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Addresses (Cryptocurrency addresses) are used to receive and send transactions on the network. An address is a string of alphanumeric characters, but can also be represented as a scannable QR code.

A 200 ETH Pre-Mine Address Was Activated After 8.5 Years
The reactivation of a dormant Ethereum address with 200 ETH highlights a trend of similar incidents amid Ethereum's volatile market. This raises questions about long-term investor strategies and market dynamics.
Tether Intervenes on Terrorism Funding, Freezing 32 Cryptocurrency Addresses
Tether has frozen 32 cryptocurrency addresses tied to terrorism funding in Israel and Ukraine, manifesting the growing partnership between crypto firms and global law enforcement to combat digital-financed crime.
Shibarium Wallets Surge 200% to 306K in One Day: Limited Impact on Shiba Inu ($SHIB) Price
Shiba Inu's Shibarium Layer 2 network has experienced a 200% increase in wallet addresses, processing 524,559 transactions, and mining 368,891 blocks. The network's mainnet and cross-chain bridges are operational, enabling quick withdrawals. Despite this, the Shiba Inu price has only increased by 2.5% in the past 24 hours.
What is SHIB Burn and Impact on Price?
Explore SHIB burn: the process of removing SHIB tokens from circulation, the addresses used, and its impact on price.
Ethereum Co-founder Jeffrey Wilcke Moves $41.13M Worth of ETH to Kraken
In a significant cryptocurrency transaction noted a few hours ago, Jeffrey Wilcke, the co-founder of Ethereum, moved a substantial amount of 22,000 Ethereum ($41.13 million) to the popular digital currency exchange, Kraken.
Binance to Disable Multiple Old Deposit Addresses
Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, is retiring selected deposit addresses and memos on various blockchains, including Ether, Tron, BNB, and Stellar, as part of its infrastructure upgrade. The exchange encourages impacted users to obtain new addresses and memos to enhance security and efficiency, and the migration is scheduled for April to June 2023.
CryptoPunk NFT Accidentally Sent to Burn Address
NFT collector Brandon Riley accidentally sent a CryptoPunk to a burn address while attempting to borrow money against the asset.
Collector Accidentally Burns $200K CryptoPunk NFT
NFT collector accidentally sends a CryptoPunk NFT worth 77 ETH to a burn address, intending to borrow money against it to buy another NFT.
Hackers Steal $500,000 Worth of Tokens from Arbitrum Airdrop
Hackers have reportedly stolen $500,000 worth of tokens from Arbitrum’s airdrop by using vanity addresses to redirect the airdropped tokens to their own addresses. The use of vanity addresses to claim crypto assets has been known to compromise the security of users’ private keys, making it easier for hackers to steal crypto assets.
Hacker Steals $950,000 from Crypto Vanity Address as Exploits Continue
$950,000 in worth of cryptocurrencies are stolen afresh from vanity Ethereum wallets. Anyone using the Profanity tool to generate their addresses is at risk

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