Received my transfer from exchange via "internal transaction." Is that cool?
I transferred a test amount from a centralized exchange to my address. My balance *did* increase, but the transaction shows up as an internal transaction. Is everything cool? Why did it use an internal transaction? When I'd done this previously it transferred via a normal transaction, so it makes me curious/nervous that this time it's different. I have a variety of normal transactions but this is the first internal one. I did some searching and one of the statements I found is below. The 'not included...in the blockchain' part is why I'm second guessing. >"They are also **not included directly in the blockchain**; they are value transfers that were initiated by executing a smart contract (smart contract Ether or token transfer)." I'm asking for your help with this before I transfer any more from the exchange. Thanks!
AAVE is blocking addresses that ever got touched by Tornado Cash ETH. We've created an AAVE UI mirror so that you don't have to worry about that. Same smart contract, just mirrored frontend.