Chinese Firm Says South Korean Ponzi Behind Abnormal Ethereum Fees, but Another Firm Disagrees

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Three abnormal Ethereum transactions last week stirred up massive debate in the broader crypto community. Valued at over $5.3 million in just fees for the transfer of a few ETH collectively, many suggested an exchange had been hacked. However, one firm believes the contrary.  China’s PeakShield Says Exchange Hacked PeakShield, a Chinese blockchain analytics company,

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