In a declaration of all the property he owns and has access to – an anti-corruption procedure for all public officials in Ukraine – Solod listed, alongside real estate, cars and stock, 185,000 . That’s an amount worth $24,375,600 at press time, according to data.
According to the publicly available , he bought the coins in December 2015, when the price of the cryptocurrency fluctuated . So the holdings would likely have cost Solod somewhere around $74,000 at that time (based on a price of $0.40). With XMR’s price around $132 currently, he has likely profited by roughly $24,300,000.