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New Zealand Police Calls Cryptopia Hack ”Complex”, Binance Able to Freeze Some of the Funds
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New Zealand Police Calls Cryptopia Hack ”Complex”, Binance Able to Freeze Some of the Funds
Earlier this week, cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia suffered a substantial security breach, allowing hackers to make away with 19,390 ETH. Now, it would appear that Binance was partly able to foil the hackers’ transaction – as New Zealand police start investigations. New Zealand authorities investigate Cryptopia hack, examining ”all possibilities” First and foremost, New Zealand police authorities have publicly ceded that the recent cryptocurrency hack is a ”complex” matter. The hack…
Crypto Exchange Cryptopia Hacked And Reports Major Losses
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Crypto Exchange Cryptopia Hacked, Reports Major Losses
Hackers have succeeded again. This time the victim was the famous cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia. The exchange confirms the security breach and reports that the losses are significant. Cryptopia hacked The New-Zeeland based cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia has suffered a major security breach. Hackers were able to steal a significant amount of money. The exchange just announced it on social media via Twitter. The hack occurred yesterday, January 14th 2019, and the…
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Cryptocurrency Exchange Bithumb Hacked But Not Responsible
A client lost thousands of dollars in a hacking incident and accused Bithumb, according to recent news. However, a South Korean Court freed Bithumb from all wrongdoings.   Exchange Hacked The crypto world is still a paradise for a hacker. Cryptocurrency exchanges all around the world are targets. A little while back, the Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Zaif got hacked, and hackers stole over $60 million worth of cryptocurrency. Noth Korean…
Crypto Hackers From North Korea Are Coming For Individual Investors
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Crypto Hackers From North Korea Are Coming For Individual Investors
Hackers from North Korea have developed a new strategy, designed by Pyongyang, to steal cryptocurrencies. The hackers are aiming for individual investors to ease the impact of international sanctions, according to the South China Morning Post (SCMP). North Korea and Hackers The hackers have previously targeted institutions and exchanges and are now changing their strategy. Pyongyang is targeting individual investors because they are seeking a new source of income. The…