Earlier today, Cryptopia, the New Zealand-based cryptocurrency exchange delayed the relaunch of its site by a day because of unknown reasons. The exchange had shut down all its operations after a security breach resulted in the exchange losing funds.
The team announced on the platform’s official Twitter handle,
“Update: We were aiming to get the site live today however, we have had a slight delay and are aiming to have the site live tomorrow. We will keep you updated as this progresses.”
The relaunch of the site was much anticipated by the community, especially the exchange’s own customers as it would give them more information pertaining to their tokens. This recent announcement invited both positive and negative responses, with some even strongly supporting the exchange.
Hanish bh, a Twitter user said,
“Ready to be patient for few days but when you come again make your exchange secure top notch , thanks for frequent updates”
Dr. Reggie, another user said,
“Wow this is awesome !!! So ready to trade ! I’m sure your security will be too notch now !! Let’s goooooo cryptopia !!”
Prior to the announcement of the site relaunch, the exchange platform gave a little more insight on the hack, which is currently being investigated by the New Zealand Police and the concerned authorities. Cryptopia had on Twitter announced that the exchange was considering the loss of over 9% of its total funds to be the worst case of the hack.
The exchange had also stated,
“Update: We have transitioned 24% of all wallets to our new secure servers. Once the read only site is online, we will be keeping users up to date on which wallets have been checked and secured via the coin info page.”
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