Anonymous user sends ETH from Tornado Cash to prominent figures after imposing sanctions
On Tuesday, a day after the US Treasury imposed sanctions on the Tornado Cash cryptocurrency mixer for its alleged role in the laundering operations of cryptocurrency money, 0.1 Ether (ETH) intervals of transactions (ETH) began to materialize from the smart contract. As the general director of Coinbase, Brian Armstrong and American TV presenter Jimmy Fallon. It is not possible to track the source of transactions for the Tornado Cash project, therefore, both one person and several individuals or legal entities can be involved in the operation. Famous people/companies that have just received funds from the government authorized by the government: - Jimmy Fallon - Shakil O'Neill - Puma - Randy Zuckerberg - Logan Paul - Brian Armstrong - Steve Aoki - Ukraine crypto sacrifice - Dave Shappell - Billy Field day for investigators. https://t.co/9hdjmpzt2 - Fatman (@fatManterra) August 9, 2022 In connection with the sanctions of individuals and legal entities, it is forbidden to interact with the addresses of the Tornado Cash smart contracts, blockchain or business wages. Punishments for intentional non -compliance with sanctions may vary from fines of $ 50,000 to $ 10,000,000 and 10 to 30 years in prison. The sequence of transactions indicates that the sender (I) may have started (and) a draw to attract the attention of law enforcement agencies to the personnel persons. However, the sanctions of the Treasury require "intentional" interaction with the addresses of smart contracts from the black list as a preliminary condition for possible criminal prosecution. Thus, it is unlikely that obtaining tokens from Tornado Cash at a free basis, without any preliminary knowledge or participation, may be a violation of sanctions. On the same day, the Web 3.0 Alchemy and Infura.io development platform joined the issuer of stable Circle coins and the GitHub programs, making Tornado Cash addresses and forbid access to its external application. A few months before, Tornado Cash tried to eliminate fears that its platform is used by malicious hackers to launder stolen cryptocurrencies, forbidding access to the application illegal wallets. However, the co-founder of the company Roman Semenov said then that the tool blocks access only to the decentralized application interface, or DAPP, and not to the basic smart contract. A few months before, Tornado Cash tried to eliminate fears that her platform is used by attackers to launder stolen cryptocurrencies, forbidding access to the application of illegal wallets. However, its co-founder Roman Semenov said then that the tool blocks access only to the decentralized application interface, or DAPP, and not to the basic smart contract.