Representatives of hacked in January, the cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia reported that marketplace is preparing to begin work on March 4. Both its founder, Adam Clark (Adam Clark) and Rob Dawson (Rob Dawson), will return to manage the platform and will focus on the development of a strategic approach to its development. And before users were asked to refrain from placing funds to the old addresses Cryptopia.

Update: We are aiming to have the Cryptopia site re-opened as read only by Monday.

— Cryptopia Exchange (@Cryptopia_NZ) February 28, 2019

Recall that Cryptopia stopped work on January 15, saying the security breach, “which led to significant losses”. In the future, the company does not comment on the hacking incident, citing an investigation that leads the police. The amount of damage and called law enforcement, denoting it as “significant”. Experts of the analytical company Elementus has estimated the losses of the exchange from breaking $16 million in Ethereum and other tokens ERC-20. According to the latest assessment of the employees of the exchange, hackers were stolen 9.4 per cent of its assets.