New Zealand cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia victim of hackers in mid-January, sent customers a letter in which he described the circumstances of the break and their next steps.
We will be sending out an email to all customers impacted over the next day, a copy of this email can be found here: https://t.co/NODRiDsrxU
— Cryptopia Exchange (@Cryptopia_NZ) 18 Mar 2019
According to management of the site, to the accounts of affected users will be credited tokens Cryptopia Loss Marker (CLM), which is a record in the database about their fees.
Cyptopia expects to begin the payment of compensation and resume trading until the end of March after completion of necessary legal procedures.
Also today, March 18, the exchange temporarily resumed trading. Given that this was not preceded by an official announcement, experts suggest that the auction was launched in test mode. To date, the auctions have been stopped, their daily volume was just over 10 BTC.
We will remind, in March the website Cryptopia resumed work in the “read-only”, and preserved the assets were transferred to the new wallets.