A recent, sophisticated attack on the popular Binance cryptocurrency trading platform saw users’ accounts compromised and simultaneous withdrawals made to the tune of 7000 Bitcoins (worth $40m at the time).
The hackers who stole 7000 bitcoins from cryptocurrency exchange Binance during a large-scale security breach, which was discovered last week, have salted away their gains at seven addresses, the anti-money laundering firm Coinfirm says.
Global cryptocurrency exchange Binance has suspended all deposits and withdrawals after discovering a large-scale security breach on Tuesday.
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