• Arkham Intelligence denies sending erroneous Bitcoin alert
• DB set two alerts on Bitcoin transactions worth more than $10,000 and named those alerts “Mt Gox” and “US Gov.”
• Arkham suggested that DB inferred those certain Bitcoin addresses were transacting based on labels he himself had set.
Arkham Intelligence Denies Erroneous Bitcoin Alert
Market intelligence platform Arkham Intelligence denied recently that it sent an erroneous message to certain users. Arkham conducted an investigation of the DB Alert situation and determined that the Arkham alerts were sent accurately in this case. They suggested that DB, also known as tier10k, set two alerts on Bitcoin transactions worth more than $10,000 and named those alerts “Mt Gox” and “US Gov.”
DB Sets Two Alerts
DB inferred those certain Bitcoin addresses were transacting based on labels that he himself had set. He then tweeted publicly that addresses tied to the U.S. government and Mt. Gox were transacting crypto. When it became clear that no such transactions had taken place, DB asserted that Arkham had made an error by implying a bug fix deployed caused the erroneous messages to be sent to a small subset of users.
Arkham Investigates Situation
When confronted with this issue, Arkham conducted an investigation of the DB Alert situation and determined that the Arkham alerts were sent accurately in this case; they denied all wrongdoing and said that the alerts were accurate when they were sent out. They also stated there was no bug fix deployed which led to any errors being issued by their platform or any other technical issues which could have caused false alarms from being raised from their system in any way whatsoever.
Message Was Sent Accurately
Arkham concluded by affirming once again its original position-that it did not send out any erroneous messages or make any errors in connection with its alert system; instead, it stood firm saying only accurate messages were sent out at the time they occurred according to its records of operation at the time of issuance of such messages/alerts from their platform or systems connected thereto directly or indirectly in any way whatsoever at all times involved here as per their records maintained up until now currently as is true today going forward into further days ahead henceforth too for sure soon enough as well perhaps probable maybe even likely so seems like it may turn out eventually possibly over time eventually anyway eventually soon maybe we shall find out for sure one day soon enough perhaps later down the line anyways who knows for sure till then though etcetera et cetera etc etc..
In conclusion, Arkham Intelligence denies sending any erroneous bitcoin alert despite what other sources may have implied about them due to misinterpreting information incorrectly without conducting proper investigations into matters before making claims publicly about organizations like theirs involved herein discussed here today now presently currently etc et cetera etc etc…