Correspondent of Cointelegraph spent almost 2 weeks to investigate this story. Here is the results.
To summarize the events, on November 13th, Mike placed a large Bitcoin buy market order to fill various limit prices up to $2,200 per Bitcoin. The operation was clearly atypical, as the average trading value was set around the $340 quota at that time.
With the transactions, Mike earned up to around 6 BTC for each Bitcoin sold.
Was that a typo from the buyer? Was that a slip on the mouse button? We can’t know, and it surely isn’t Mike’s business.
The transaction went through, there was no system malfunction, and everything looked fine.
To say it in other words: it was entirely the buyer’s error, as later confirmed by Gemini executives.
Despite this, few hours later the trade.....
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