Co-founder of hacked in mid-January, the new Zealand cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia Rob Dawson (Rob (Hex) Dawson) said that the platform will resume trade activity at the end of this month. According to him, the project team has fully dedicated themselves to the hard work of resumption of the activities of the exchange and acts according to a precise plan, aiming at the restructuring of the service from the very basics. Today the site worked for hours and without prior notification of the customers, and the volume made during the period of trading amounted to about 10 bitcoins.
At the moment users can log in to your account on the crypto currency exchange to check balance as at January 14, to change passwords and cancel active orders. Clients who as a result of hacking, lost funds, it is planned to reimburse them. In their accounts they will see information about the withdrawal of funds without transaction IDs, and their account will be credited tokens Cryptopia Loss Marker (CLM) in accordance with the size of the amount of compensation. Read more about this process, users learn from them targeted emails.
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) March 18, 2019
We will remind that earlier in Cryptopia caused by the hacking damage was estimated at 9.4% of the company’s assets. And the experts of the analytical company Elementus said that the loss of the exchange was $16 million in Ethereum and other tokens ERC-20.