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News Tech: According to a source, the hackers who stole US$610 million worth of cryptocurrency from Axie Infinity’s Ronin bridge in March have subsequently converted the majority of their ETH holdings into BTC using renBTC and privacy programmes like Blender, ChipMixer, and TornadoCash.

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