The data shows that in the past two days, TokenStore has flowed a total of 7,788 ETH inflows to the exchange.

According to PeckShield Digital Asset Escrow System (AML) data, TokenStore's key address frequently transferred ETH to various exchanges in the past two days, of which 4,634 ETHs were transferred to ZB exchanges, 1,289 ETHs were transferred to KuCoin, and 831 ETHs were transferred. To Bit-Z, 675 ETHs were transferred to Coinbene and 359 ETHs were transferred to Coin. Since the TokenStore project was exposed, a total of 18,479 ETHs have been successfully transferred to the exchange for money laundering, and 19,730 ETHs have been temporarily dispersed among 9 different addresses, which may further flow to the exchange for money laundering. In view of the recent wallet running events, PeckShield reminds users to pay attention to identify some suspicious "fraud" wallets, carefully participate in investment, to avoid loss of digital assets, and call for major exchanges to mark the address. , assist and timely freeze the influx of dirty money.