There is a $660 reward for information about Elon Musk's cryptocurrency wallet
A reward of $660 in cryptocurrency has been set for information about Elon Musk's cryptocurrency wallet
The billionaire has become one of the first public cryptocurrency owners whose data users of the company's new Arkham platform are willing to pay for
A certain user of the Intel Exchange platform of the analytics company Arkham Intelligence has offered a reward in cryptocurrency to get data about the crypto wallet of Ilon Musk.
The person who can figure out the address of the Tesla CEO's wallet is rewarded with 1,000 ARKM tokens (about $660 at the July 19 exchange rate), but other users of the platform can raise the bet.
Arkham Intelligence has developed its own platform to visually analyze data in the most popular blockchains. It can be used to view data about cryptocurrency wallets and the movement of funds, match wallet owners, and analyze their actions.
The developers have also launched the Intel Exchange Marketplace, which organizes a data marketplace where buyers can charge a fee for information that can be obtained from analyzing cryptocurrency wallets, including the identification of specific individuals who own those wallets.
The Intel Exchange service was launched simultaneously with the launch of the ARKM token, which entered the market through a pre-sale to accredited investors on the Binance Launchpad platform and through an airdrop giveaway. On July 18, trading in the token opened on the crypto exchange Binance. As of 16:00 Moscow time, the token was trading at $0.65.
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