The blockchain hub collects data on some of the biggest holders of Bitcoin (BTC) – from the Winklevoss twins to numerous scammers and hackers and even “zombie coins”.

The twins are assumed to carry 150,000 bitcoins, which places them among the Bitfinex hackers, who own 120,000 bitcoins, and MT. Gox managers claim 166,000 BTC. Somewhere above the latter, there’s another notable scam – the Plus Token scammers who are said to have 200,000 BTC. Tim Draper is said to have a bad sum of 30,000 Bitcoin, which he obtained at a government auction of coins confiscated from the Silk Road.

Zombies are not bitcoins held by the undead, but 1.5 million coins are believed to be lost forever. The approximately 1.1 million Bitcoins allegedly mined by Satoshi Nakamoto are included in this sector.

Bitcoin Trust Grayscale is Bitcoin’s largest institutional investment fund and currently has just over 400,000 BTC. The Lightning Network provided only 1,000 BTC, while Ethereum (ETH) blocked another 80,000 BTC.

An additional 2.5 million bitcoins are expected to be released into circulation, and who knows who might join this list in the coming decades.

Source: CoinTelegraph