Cryptopia Fumbles Customers’ Stolen Crypto Recovery in Catastrophic F**kup

By CCN: Cryptopia, the cryptocurrency exchange shattered by an over $16 million hack earlier this year, is in a huge mess as a third-party server host demands $2 million to release customer data. The fall of Cryptopia In January, Cryptopia got hacked two times. In the first case, the attacker stole approximately $16 million worth of Ethereum tokens from over 76,000 wallet addresses. At the second time, the losses were less significant; the hacker siphoned a total of 1,675 ETH. PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY DEPOSITS TO CRYPTOPIA. — Cryptopia Exchange (@Cryptopia_NZ) May 16, 2019 While the operators of Cryptopia

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Cryptopia Fumbles Customers’ Stolen Crypto Recovery in Catastrophic F**kup written by Benjamin Vitáris @ https://www.ccn.com/cryptopia-fumbles-customers-stolen-crypto-recovery-in-catastrophic-fkup May 27, 2019 Benjamin Vitáris

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