Recently, the US government has made it illegal for US companies/citizens to interact with the Tornado Cash smart contract  . If you receive any amount of ETH from Tornado Cash, US citizens/companies cannot legally accept any of your ETH. I think this is hilarious, and in a moment you will too.
Well, some absolute chad of a madlad has sent 0.1 ETH through Tornado Cash to the EthDev address. It is now illegal for any US exchange to accept the ETH from that address -- effectively stopping the Ethereum Foundation from selling that part of their pre-mine.
As you can see, Operation Tornado Dust has already begun! 🎉 The next step is for others to start sending Tornado Cash-tainted ETH to other major institutional ETH addresses. Here is a convenient list of the top ETH addresses sorted by balance. You will notice that several are named after exchanges. It would be a shame if people were to send small amounts of tainted ETH to each those addresses, thus locking them up.
You will also notice that the top address is the ETH 2.0 staking contract. I recall Vitalik saying that that address is kind of important to the future of Ethereum.
Happy dusting, Orthzar McGee
 OFAC ruling: https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/jy0916  list of prohibited ETH addresses: https://home.treasury.gov/policy-issues/financial-sanctions/recent-actions/20220808