Developer Jeffrey Wilke, co-founder of Ethereum, indirectly confirmed that he made a transfer of 79,000 ETH to the bitcoin exchange Tradeupcoinex.com.
Wilke founded a computer game development company in the Netherlands. He claims that money is needed to create some kind of game.
Richard Barton, advisor to the Zenith Ventures foundation, stressed that some people who have done almost nothing for the development of Ethereum have received a huge amount of coins. This, in his opinion, is the injustice of ICO financing in general.
Barton added that even the plasterer who was engaged in finishing the walls of the Ethereum team office in Zug is now a multimillionaire.
Yesterday it became known that more than 250,000 coins were received on the hot wallets of major exchanges. It is assumed that the altcoin developer Vitalik Buterin may be involved in this.