The Hacker of The DAO 3.6 million ETH Stolen Is Suspected To Be The TenX Founder Toby Hoenisch

The Hacker of The DAO 3.6 million ETH Stolen Is Suspected To Be The TenX Founder Toby Hoenisch
TokenInsight news, according to a new report by Forbes reporter Laura Shin, the suspected hacker who attacked the Ethereum 'The DAO' project in 2016, ultimately causing a hard fork of Ethereum into Ethereum and Ethereum Classic and stealing 3.6 million ETH (now worth about $10 billion) is TenX founder Toby Hoenisch. Toby Hoenisch's Twitter account appears to have deleted all but one of his tweets. In addition, two likes on The DAO tweet can be found on his Twitter account.
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