Analysts reported a $15 million loss for Crypto.com due to a hacker attack.
On January 17 Crypto.com suspended withdrawals due to “suspicious activity”. The withdrawal was resumed 14 hours later.
Crypto.com project lost $15 million in Ethereum as a result of the hacking attack. This was reported by cybersecurity experts from PeckShield. Now 4.6 thousand ETH is being laundered using the Tornado Cash transaction confusion service, experts believe.
The @cryptocom loss is about $15M with at least 4.6K ETHs and half of them are currently being washed via @TornadoCash https://t.co/PUl6IrB3cp https://t.co/6SVKvk8PLf pic.twitter.com/XN9nmT857j— PeckShield Inc. (@peckshield) January 18, 2022
Crypto.com suspended withdrawals on Monday, citing reports from users about suspicious activity in their accounts. At the time, the company said all funds were safe. Это данные from site CryptoDeFix. Later, CEO Chris Marshalek said that users’ digital assets were not affected by the incident.
Centralized cryptocurrency exchange with the ability to trade derivatives.
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