Singapore currency exchange DragonEx hacked

Singapore currency exchange DragonEx hacked
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Singapore's DragonEx currency store says an undisclosed number of its digital currencies has been hacked.

28 1 19

Singapore's DragonEx currency store says an undisclosed number of its digital currencies has been hacked.

On the Sunday, March 24th, DragonEx announced on its official telegram channel that the exchange was subject to a cybercrime attack, and it was seen that the digital assets owned by the users and the "transferred and stolen" currency exchanges. No information is yet available on the amount and value of this damage.

On Sunday, DragonEx, once it detected this penetration, unplugged its platform and stated that it was upgrading its systems. A little later he announced that he was still working on system repairs and eventually disclosed that the exchange was hacked on the previous day.

"Some of the assets have been returned, and we will do our best to bring the rest of the stolen property back," DragonEx said in a telegram announcement on Monday.

The currency exchange further reported that several law enforcement agencies, including Estonia, Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong, had been informed about the attack, adding that "

We help police officers do their research. All platform services and services will be closed, and the exact recovery of lost assets will be announced within a week. Draghnaks will be responsible for the losses incurred by users.

In the news regarding the hacking of this currency exchange, today the Telegraph Channel published those wallet addresses 20 of the digital currency that allegedly had been transferred to the stolen funds. The list includes the top 5 major currency market capital markets: BTC, ETH, XRP, LTC and EOS, as well as USDT currency, with 6 destination addresses for it.

The exchange said:

We ask for help from our partner colleagues and other industry leaders. Please help us to track and track assets and stop assets and their transfer flows.

The cash register manager of the Telegram continued to block the stolen assets that were transferred by hackers to the Huobi and gate.io exchanges.



Source: coindesk

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