The digital currency exchange was just one of several Ethereum-based platforms to be hit in the last month.
Lendf.me, the decentralized lending platform under DForce’s umbrella of DeFi services, was hacked for $25 million.
The malicious third-party extensions include those impersonating existing digital currency brands, such as Ledger, Trezor and Electrum.
In a precedent setting case for New Zealand law, the judge described digital currency as “property.”
French soccer sensation Kylian Mbappe is suing scammers who used his image to promote a digital currency scam. The scam promised incredibly huge returns.
BitBay went offline for 18 hours, blaming a third-party service provider for the outage. It raised suspicion among users that it was covering up an exit scam.
bZx suffered two hacks last month with the hackers making off with $1M. The platform has pledged to compensate the users and implement new security measures.
Crex24 was hacked recently, with the hackers mostly stealing HTMLcoin. The exchange denied the hack first, accepted it later, but the stolen amount is unknown
After the project lost $400 million of its value, the decision to re-enable the network is designed to get the project back online.
The Singapore-based exchange has reassured its users that their funds are safe and that the damage was minimal.