Current value stolen

$12,855,558,543.8 million


1,617,482 BTC

+ 2,609 BTC Lost *

+ 171,955 BTC Confiscated

* private key lost


12,931,353 ETH

513,774.16 ETH lost in Parity

12,000 ETH lost in typos


$ 603.3 M

in EOS/NEM/..

  • October 28, 2018 - MapleChange hack 913 or 8 BTC

    Analysis still ongoing

    “The negative balance was used in order to fully buyout every market the attackers felt like, they were able to sell without limitations and accumulated 15BTC of non-existent funds. Out of which they only managed to withdraw what he had in total – 8BTC.” from

  • September 17, 2018 - Zaif Exchange Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and MonaCoin $60 million

    Hackers were able to steal $60 million worth of company and user funds belonging to the Zaif Japanese cryptocurrency exchange. The breach occurred last week, but the company discovered the hack on Monday, September 17.

    “Investigators are still gathering details, but Zaif said the hack took place on September 14, between 17:00 and 19:00 local time, when the attacker siphoned off three types of cryptocurrencies from the company’s “hot wallets.” [A “hot wallet” is a term used to describe a cryptocurrency addresses with light security measures where a cryptocurrency exchange keeps funds for immediate transactions, such as cryptocurrency-to-cryptocurrency or cryptocurrency-to-fiat (and vice versa) operations.] Zaif says the hacker stole Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and MonaCoin from its hot wallet, all three worth 6.7 billion Japanese yen (roughly $59.67 million) when combined. Of the 6.7 billion stolen yen, 2.2 billion yen — 32 percent — were Zaif funds, while 4.5 billion yen were customer funds. Zaif plans to secure a 5 billion yen loan to pay back affected customers.

  • September 13, 2018 - EOSBet Dice 44,400 EOS coins or $220,000

    EOSBet Dice, is run by a company named EOSBet Cassino. The app lets users bet EOS cryptocurrency as part of a classic dice game. The hacker operated by sending a transaction to the EOSBet main game account, which exploited a lack of proper parameter checks that allowed the hacker to trick the game into sending back fake earnings.

  • September 9, 2018 - DEOS Games 4728 EOS / $24’000

    A wily hacker has scored a thousand dollar cryptocurrency jackpot – 24 times – by using their own code to tamper with a smart contract run by a betting company on the EOS blockchain.

    Customers send a quantity of the EOS cryptocurrency over the network to DEOS smart contracts running Lotto, Blackjack or Roulette. A smart contract processes the bet, and if the customer wins, it sends them their winnings and their original stake. source

  • July 26, 2018 - KICKICO ICO 70M KICK or $7.7 million

    In a statement released on its Medium post on July 26, the company acknowledged the security breach, informing its customers that an unknown attacker managed to gain access to the account of the KICK smart contracts and the tokens of the KICKICO platform on last Thursday at around 9:04 (UTC).

  • July 12, 2018 - Alleged SIM-swap scammer $5 million in BTC

    They’re charging Joel Ortiz with hijacking phone numbers to steal the Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Ortiz is now facing 28 charges: 13 counts of identity theft, 13 counts of hacking, and two counts of grand theft, according to the complaint filed against him on the day before his arrest and subsequently obtained by MotherboardSource

  • July 9, 2018 - Bancor Trading platform 29,984 ETH

    Hackers compromised a Bancor wallet to steal three cryptocurrencies, comprising 24,984 in Ethereum tokens, (approximately $12.5 million), 229, 356, 645 NPXS (approx. $1 million), 3.2 million BNT Source: Twitter

  • June 1, 2018 - Block Broker, an organization that claimed to develop anti-fraud blockchain technologies.

    Block Broker, an organization that claimed to develop anti-fraud blockchain technologies. Block Broker stole $3 million from traders and wiped its online presence after it was found the CEO’s picture had been stolen from an unaffiliated photographer.

  • June 1, 2018 - Ethereum wallets JSON-RPC 38,642 ETH

    Researchers have noticed that cybercriminal group have managed to steal a total 38,642 Ether, in past few months by hijacking Ethereum wallets of users who had opened their JSON-RPC port 8545 to the outside world. Geth is one of the most popular clients for running Ethereum node and enabling JSON-RPC interface on it allows users to remotely access the Ethereum blockchain and node functionalities, including the ability to send transactions from any account which has been unlocked before sending a transaction and will stay unlocked for the entire session.

  • June 1, 2018 - Coinrail exchange 1,927 ETH, $40 million

    $40M in various altcoins were stolen:

    • 1,927 ether,
    • 2.6 billion NPXS of which around $19.5 million
    • 93 million ATX/Aston X for $13.8 million
    • 831 million DENT for $5.8 million
    • $1.1 million TRON

    The hacker’s account is here on the Ethereum blockchain: Fake_Phishing1432