European Cryptocurrency Exchange Hacked!


Slovakia based cryptocurrency exchange Eterbase fell victim to a hacking attack according to their own Twitter account. Cryptocurrencies worth an approximate $5 Million were allegedly stolen from the hot wallets.

In another tweet, Eterbase announced that they’re closely cooperating with law enforcement forces to solve the case. The exchange further promised to do everything in its power to make sure the customer’s funds aren’t affected by the security breach.

Eterbase announced over Twitter that six of its addresses where affecte by the hack. The addresses are tied to Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH/ERC-20 tokens), XRP, Tron (TRX), Tezos (XTZ) and Algorand (ALGO).

The $5 Million number doesn’t come from Eterbase’s Twitter account itself, but from the research of online news site The Block, which inspected the addresses on their blockchains.

Stolen cryptocurrency exchange hack

Value of stolen coins according to The Block

 

The crypto exchange is currently in maintenance mode following the incident. Eterbase contacted other exchanges to make sure the hackers can’t simply move their stolen crypto and trade it elsewhere.

About Eterbase

Eterbase advertises itself as being the first crypto exchange fully compliant with European regulations. The exchange went online on the 31st of May 2019 and has existed for a bit over a year. According to CoinMarketCap. the exchange boasts a daily trading volume of $2 Million.

It is unclear if Eterbase will be able to reclaim its users funds, or if it’s insured. It would remain to be seen if the exchange can survive this should this not be the case.

 

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