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The number of BTC millionaires has decreased by 24.26% in three months | In 2021, criminals laundered a $ 8.6 billion in cryptocurrencies

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Due to the bearish trend that is raging in the crumpled market, the number of BTC millionaires has decreased by 24.26% in the last three months.

The number of BTC millionaires has dropped

According to BitInfoCharts and the Wayback Machine, between October 2021 and January 2022, the number of BTC wallets with a balance of at least $ 100,000 decreased by 30.04%. The number of addresses holding coins worth at least $ 1 million has decreased by 23, 50%. The number of accounts with savings of $ 10 million decreased by 32.08%.

The number of bitcoin millionaires has decreased by 24.26% in three months  In 2021, Kober criminals bought a $ 8.6 billion crunch

In February 2021, experts identified 109,952 BTC wallets with a balance in excess of $ 1 million. The number of millionaire addresses then dropped to 87,953 during the year.

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In 2021, the Cybercriminals laundered $ 8.6 billion in cryptocurrencies, and that number has risen by 25% compared to 2020.

According to the analytical company Chainalysis, in 2019 a record was set in the value of legalized digital assets acquired illegally. Three years ago, cybercriminals laundered a virtual currency worth $ 10.9 billion.

The number of bitcoin millionaires has decreased by 24.26% in three months  In 2021, Kober criminals bought a $ 8.6 billion crunch

Since 2017, have been laundered $ 33,4 billion in crypto. This number pales in comparison to the amount of money laundered in fiat currencies, which reached $ 2 trillion in 2021.

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All content in this article is for informational purposes only and in no way serves as investment advice. Investing in cryptocurrencies, commodities and stocks is very risky and can lead to capital losses.

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