The new Zealand stock exchange altcoins Cryptopia said that in the worst scenario, the result of which took place in January of a break-she lost a maximum of 10% of all their funds.

A statement of the exchange made on Wednesday, February 27, on Twitter:

We are continuing to work on assessing the impact incurred as a result of the hack in January. Currently, we have calculated that worst case 9.4% of our total holdings was stolen. Please keep an eye on our page for further updates today.

— Cryptopia Exchange (@Cryptopia_NZ) February 27, 2019

“We continue to assess the impact of the January hacking. Currently, according to our calculations was in the worst case lost 9.4% of our savings. Follow our updates”, — wrote the Cryptopia.

At the same time they did not call, what is the amount in dollar terms were about to lose the exchange.

Additionally, the administration Cryptopia announced that it is preparing for the resumption of work, ensuring the safety of each wallet separately. In this respect, the exchange request to refrain from making deposits to old addresses.

Update: As a result of the new wallets immediately please refrain from depositing funds into old Cryptopia addresses.
We have more updates to come tomorrow, keep an eye on our page.

— Cryptopia Exchange (@Cryptopia_NZ) February 27, 2019

We will remind, hackers broke into the exchange Cryptopia in the middle of January, stealing, according to analyst firm Elementus, $16 million. Soon, the company said that from Cryptopia stolen another $3.2 million.

In mid-February the New Zealand police reported that investigations in the office of Cryptopia has been completed and that trading platform may resume operations at any time