The network is again undergoing what looks like a spam attack. A single address is sending and receiving transactions, consuming 24.85% of the gas, based on data from the Ethereum service station. This was the peak value in the early hours of Tuesday UTC, and later transactions began to gradually decrease their use of gas.
Whereas in the past the increase in activity was connected to flights or other project-related transactions, this time, the use seems like a real spam, which was also reflected in the comments on Etherscan .
"What's this? It's sending spam to the entire network. It looks like a clone of PlayerBook, but it makes no sense, it's recording strange names," wrote the EtherGuy user.
Another user explored the transactions and noticed a repetition scheme of the wallet addresses, loaded with Ethereum to pay taxes:
"This is a ring-based ring wallet system with around 150,000 to 200,000 ethereum in it The bots translate the addr …
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