- The exhcnage has prepared 2.06 billion yen ($20 million) worth of cryptocurrencies for a refund.
- Recently published document revealed that the hacker took off with 1,225 BTC, 1,985 BCH, 11,169 ETH, 5,108 LTC, and 28,106 XRP.
- 3.5 billion yen worth of cryptocurrencies were stolen, 2.5 of them belonged to customers.
- The hot wallet that was drained was holding BTC, BCH, XRP, ETH and LTC.
- Bitrue has been transparent about the situation, calming users that their funds will be restored.
- $4.2 million worth of XRP and ADA were stolen, authorities have been notified and are trying to identify the perpetrator.
- The change means that exchanges will be responsible for paying out, even if no wilful or gross negligence occurred on their part.
- Previously, users only got reimbursed if it was proven that the exchange's own system was at fault.
- Grant Thornton, Cryptopia's assigned liquidator, announced it has applied for urgent interim relief in the Bankruptcy Court in the SDNY.
- Arizona-based company, which holds Cryptopia user data, is terminating services with the defunct exchange and is requesting $2 million in compensation.
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