Hackers robbed the Singaporean crypto exchange DragonEx

Hackers robbed the Singaporean crypto exchange DragonEx

Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange DragonEx reported hacking and stealing assets of the platform and its users. The administration turned to the police for help, and also asked other trading platforms and large crypto companies to freeze the stolen funds..

The hack occurred on March 24 and was immediately recorded by DragonEx employees. The amount of losses has not yet been disclosed, but the administration has indicated 20 addresses of crypto wallets (1 for each stolen virtual currency), to which the stolen assets are believed to have been transferred. The list includes Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Litecoin (LTC), EOS, Teaser (USDT) and other less popular assets..

Representatives platforms also reported the return of some of the stolen funds and blocking assets transferred by hackers to Huobi and gate.io. Adding that in any case, the company will take full responsibility for the incident.

In addition to local law enforcement agencies, DragonEx asked for help from colleagues and other market participants, and informed several court administrations, including Estonia, Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong..

Hackers robbed the Singaporean crypto exchange DragonEx

Recall that recently the trustee of the Mt. Gox Completes Investigation of Victims’ Claims, so soon they will be able to receive their compensation.

text: Ivan Malichenko, photo: unsplash

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