Disagree with this takeaway. If anything, it is challenging more and more the sustainability of storing money on a programmable ledger. Meanwhile, the case for storing money on a non-programmable ledger like Bitcoin is stronger.
OK I see what you mean now. Therefore 0x563 is not necessarily belonging to a single party and therefore there’s no guarantee that two different wallets receiving from it are in any way related.
Assumption? Did you read the second post in the series? I showed how the funds were tracked from the creation of the malicious smart contract:
I don’t mean this to be disrespectful, just offering my advice.
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