Bithumb Hacked Again? – Hackers Reportedly Steal $15 Million in EOS
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In a notice published on the company’s website on Saturday (March 30, 2019), Bithumb apologized to its users for inconveniences suffered on account of its decision to temporarily suspend deposit and withdrawals services on the platform.
According to the statement, the move was a precautionary step following the detection of unusual cryptocurrency withdrawals from its cold wallet storage. Bithumb also said that it was collaborating with other platforms to trace and recover the stolen funds.