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$ ETH Bitcoin
Stolen
  • $3’288.8M in Ponzi, Scam in EOS/NEM/..
  • 12,373,579 ETH
1,632,064 BTC
Lost
  • 513,774 ETH (Parity)
  • 12,000 ETH lost in typos 
  • 5,017,135 BTC

  • September 29, 2019 - Fusion Network $6.4 million hack

    At 6:34pm EST Saturday, Fusion Foundation CEO DJ Qian announced in the official FSN Telegram group that the token-swap wallet, an Ethereum address used to swap ERC-20 FSN tokens for tokens on the FSN mainnet, had been compromised. Qian said 10m native FSN and 3.5m ERC-20 FSN were stolen—a combined 38% of circulating supply according to CoinMarketCap.

    “After it was stole, we found the [thief] kept moving those stolen FSN in order to wash the address holding FSN, and sent part of the them to exchanges to sell,” Qian said in the Telegram group.

     

  • July 11, 2019 - Bitpoint exchange loses $32.3 million

    3.5 billion yen ($32 million) of funds were stolen, with 2.5 billion yen of that belonging to customers. The hot wallet involved in the hack contained five cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and Ripple. In a more detailed document released by RemixPoint, the legal entity behind Bitpoint, the company said that hackers stole funds from both of its “hot” and “cold” wallets.

    Bitpoint confirmed the stolen crypto assets included

    • 1,225 bitcoin,
    • 1,985 bitcoin cash,
    • 11,169 ether,
    • 5,108 litecoin.

  • June 27, 2019 - Bitrue exchange hack $4.2 million

    The exchange said:

    “At approximately 1am June 27 (GMT+8), a hacker exploited a vulnerability in our Risk Control team’s 2nd review process to access the personal funds of about 90 Bitrue users. The attack was soon detected, and [trading] activity was temporarily suspended on Bitrue.”

    How it was done:

    “A hacker exploited a vulnerability in our Risk Control team’s 2nd review process to access the personal funds of about 90 Bitrue users. The hacker used what they learned from this breach to then access the Bitrue hot wallet and move 9.3 million Ripple (XRP) and 2.5 million Cardano (ADA) to different exchanges.”

    Moreover

    “First of all, please let us assure you that this situation is under control, 100% of lost funds will be returned to users, and we are reviewing our security measures and policies to ensure this does not happen again.”

    source Twitter

  • June 1, 2019 - GateHub Hack $10M / 23,200,000 XRP

    “On June 1 we were made aware of a theft of 201,000 XRP (transaction F6E9E1385E11649A6C2F88723A821AF209B54030886539DCEF9DDD00E6446948) and immediately started investigation. It turned out that the account robbed was managed through Gatehub.net, and that the offending account (r9do2Ar8k64NxgLD6oJoywaxQhUS57Ck8k) had stolen substantial amounts from several other XRP accounts, likely to be or have been managed through Gatehub.net.” Source

    “At the moment we estimate that approximately 100 XRP Ledger wallets were compromised,” Pungercar added. “So far it looks like all the victims had their XRP Ledger wallets hosted on GateHub, but we cannot yet rule out that some wallets were not.”  Source

  • May 23, 2019 - Daniel Pacheco $26 Million Crypto Pyramid Scheme

    The U.S. SEC as initiated court proceedings against a California resident, Daniel Pacheco, for allegedly operating a multimillion-dollar cryptocurrency pyramid scheme. Source

    The SEC’s complaint, filed Wednesday, alleges that from January 2017 through March 2018, Pacheco conducted a fraudulent, unregistered offering of securities through two California-based companies he controls, IPro Solutions LLC and IPro Network LLC (collectively, “IPro”). IPro raised more than $26 million from investors by selling instructional packages that provided lessons on e-commerce. Investors also received “points” that could be converted into a digital asset known as PRO Currency. Investors who contributed additional funds could earn a mixture of cash commissions and additional convertible points by recruiting new investors into the IPro network. As alleged in the complaint, however, IPro was a fraudulent pyramid scheme. IPro’s inevitable collapse was hastened by Pacheco’s fraudulent use of investor funds, which included, among other things, the all-cash purchase of a $2.5 million home and a Rolls Royce. Pacheco’s misappropriation accelerated the rate at which IPro became unable to pay the commissions and bonuses due its investors.

  • May 7, 2019 - Binance hot wallet hack 7’074 BTC

    Binance announced that a “large scale security breach” was discovered earlier on May 7, finding that malicious actors were able to access user API keys, two-factor authentication codes and “potentially other info,” the exchange’s CEO, Changpeng Zhao, said in a letter. As a result, they were able to withdraw roughly $41 million in bitcoin from the exchange, according to a transaction published in the security notice.

    “The hackers had the patience to wait, and execute well-prepared actions through multiple seemingly independent accounts at the most opportune time. The transaction is structured in a way that passed our existing security checks. It was unfortunate that we were not able to block this withdrawal before it was executed.”

  • April 15, 2019 - Bitcoin ransomware payments ?? $

    Bitcoin continues to be the most common cryptocurrency for ransomware payments Source CoveWare

  • April 8, 2019 - bitcoin Ponzi scheme in Korea $18m

    Swindlers who used a bitcoin Ponzi scheme to rob around 56,000 people of over 21.2 billion won ($18.7 million) were arrested last Thursday.
    The swindlers lured people with scant knowledge about the digital currency, mostly elderly people, housewives and retirees, with recruitment bonuses and free cryptocurrency.

    (source: Korea JoongAng Daily)

  • March 30, 2019 - Bithumb exchange hack $20M

    South Korean bitcoin exchange Bithumb was hacked again on 30.03.2019 morning

    • Three million EOS were stolen
    • 20 million XRP tokens

    Source: Coindesk

  • March 27, 2019 - Coinbene hacks $105m in ETH

    Estimated stolen are  $6 million in Coinbene Coin and $39 million in Maximine Coin  and $105m in ETH (Source)