Blockchain security firm PeckShield has revealed a series of transfers from three addresses, including one from the Bitfinex cryptocurrency exchange to Alameda Research’s consolidation wallet.

According to Etherscan, the address labeled “Alameda Consolidation” received $13 million in crypto assets from three different wallets. The first belongs to the leading crypto exchange Bitfinex. He transferred approximately 6 million USDT and 1,545 ether (ETH), worth approximately $8.5 million. The unidentified others wired about $6 million in USDC to the address of Alameda Consolidation.

Although it is unclear why Bitfinex transferred the funds to Alameda, the transactions have raised questions about the connections between the two companies. Meanwhile, Alameda has been trying to recover funds since its parent company, FTX, filed for bankruptcy in November 2022. Last week, the trading firm sued Voyager Digital to recover the $446 million it paid to the bankrupt crypto lender. Despite attempts to raise funds, a recent report revealed that Alameda liquidators incurred $11.5 million in losses in the first two weeks of January.

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