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Circle has officially frozen 82 USDC addresses, with a cumulative amount of 3.2 million USDC



Time:8/16/2022 12:28:25 PM

[Circle officially froze 82 USDC addresses, with a cumulative amount of 3.2 million USDC] On August 16, according to Tokenview data, Circle officially froze 82 USDC addresses with a total amount of 3.2 million USDC. Among them, Circle officially froze 57 USDC addresses in the first half of the year, with a total amount of 1.2985 million USDC.

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