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January 19, 2019, 08:41:09 PM
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Here, it seems, they are cleaning the BTC wallets of traders after closing the authorization in exchange (?)

https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL


Maybe they are being forced to shut down and the NZ government is creating a fund? They couldn't be hacking themselves with that level of scrutiny.

How do you know that's Cryptopia addresses?

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January 19, 2019, 09:01:04 PM
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Here, it seems, they are cleaning the BTC wallets of traders after closing the authorization in exchange (?)

https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL


Maybe they are being forced to shut down and the NZ government is creating a fund? They couldn't be hacking themselves with that level of scrutiny.

How do you know that's Cryptopia addresses?

Sorry, this is not hacking, but scammers inside the exchange.
The address is published in another post, it is associated with a hot wallet of Cryptopia. Look at the dates! January 14-17, there is cause for concern.
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January 19, 2019, 09:01:49 PM
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What was your experiences from previous hacks? I remember having heard of other exchanges being hacked in the past but reopening and I think most if not all exchanges had paid back people.

bitgrail is awaiting court decision after months of hearings, they probably will go bankrupcy and ppl's money will be blocked for years (in italy things are slow) if cryptopia too will go bankrupt, good bye also tu unaffected funds.
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January 19, 2019, 09:02:51 PM
Last edit: January 19, 2019, 09:20:44 PM by FinalProgram
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Here, it seems, they are cleaning the BTC wallets of traders after closing the authorization in exchange (?)

https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL


Maybe they are being forced to shut down and the NZ government is creating a fund? They couldn't be hacking themselves with that level of scrutiny.

How do you know that's Cryptopia addresses?

It was on Jan 14 so NZ government has nothing to do with it.

Someone in russian topic said https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3ALZ4ALw2T4jebXXUy8GMv2rLB7JpFL1JD is Cryptopia BTC deposit address.

Before the maintenance there were some transfers from this address 10 BTC each to
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/12YBZCaPe45LFbvgYWP5AVm3pvZTtHTiNY so it might be Cryptopia address too.

And on 2019-01-14 all coins from 12YBZCaPe45LFbvgYWP5AVm3pvZTtHTiNY - a huge amount of 389 BTC were moved to
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL

And then from 3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL it started splitting to smaller amounts to different addresses - looks like mixer or so...

So if 3ALZ4ALw2T4jebXXUy8GMv2rLB7JpFL1JD and 12YBZCaPe45LFbvgYWP5AVm3pvZTtHTiNY are really Cryptopias then it looks very suspicious - what if 3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL belongs to the "hacker" and BTC were stolen too?

So this one might be a "hackers" transaction moving BTC off Cryptopia: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/c45c46be414db8f9f354e6e94c5f62ca72ea15c3b298d72443f8d1a4146c66ec
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January 19, 2019, 09:14:22 PM
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And, I think, the New Zealand government wanted to sneeze on overseas traders. The police go to sleep, and a friendly team of 100 people continues to work, 1.5 million accounts and each must be given 10 minutes. In a week they will finish. On the monitors we will see ERROR404.
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January 19, 2019, 09:59:37 PM
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I am not sure if this information is confirmed, but I have heard that about $3M has been stolen. It is not little amount, but for such a large exchange as Cryptopia it should not be a deadly amount.

An interesting announcement appeared this morning in the "digital goods" section. Someone wanted to sell a database from Cryptopia. This announcement is no longer available, because it is prohibited to sell hacked items on the forum, so we can not verify it. It might as well have been a fake, or a joke.
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January 19, 2019, 10:41:03 PM
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IMO.

Cryptopia should've posted all their addresses on here, and let experienced crypto users dig in those chains, instead of a police department, which doesn't know the difference between bitcoin and blockchain.


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January 19, 2019, 11:07:14 PM
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They didnt even bother to send automatic email to users about hack so it seems they dont give a fuck about us.
Dont think we will see any chaegeback even from untouched wallets (if such exists)
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January 20, 2019, 12:23:37 AM
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They didnt even bother to send automatic email to users about hack so it seems they dont give a fuck about us.
Dont think we will see any chaegeback even from untouched wallets (if such exists)
There's no point of doing that.
You already know it happened. They tweeted about it, posted it on their homepage, reddit, etc.
They have millions of users, so that email you're talking about costs, a lot.

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January 20, 2019, 01:26:00 AM
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Users are the victims and those who pay the price
We lost our money because of thieves
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January 20, 2019, 01:42:51 AM
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Here, it seems, they are cleaning the BTC wallets of traders after closing the authorization in exchange (?)

https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL


Maybe they are being forced to shut down and the NZ government is creating a fund? They couldn't be hacking themselves with that level of scrutiny.

How do you know that's Cryptopia addresses?

It was on Jan 14 so NZ government has nothing to do with it.

Someone in russian topic said https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3ALZ4ALw2T4jebXXUy8GMv2rLB7JpFL1JD is Cryptopia BTC deposit address.

Before the maintenance there were some transfers from this address 10 BTC each to
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/12YBZCaPe45LFbvgYWP5AVm3pvZTtHTiNY so it might be Cryptopia address too.

And on 2019-01-14 all coins from 12YBZCaPe45LFbvgYWP5AVm3pvZTtHTiNY - a huge amount of 389 BTC were moved to
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL

And then from 3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL it started splitting to smaller amounts to different addresses - looks like mixer or so...

So if 3ALZ4ALw2T4jebXXUy8GMv2rLB7JpFL1JD and 12YBZCaPe45LFbvgYWP5AVm3pvZTtHTiNY are really Cryptopias then it looks very suspicious - what if 3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL belongs to the "hacker" and BTC were stolen too?

So this one might be a "hackers" transaction moving BTC off Cryptopia: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/c45c46be414db8f9f354e6e94c5f62ca72ea15c3b298d72443f8d1a4146c66ec

I REALLY hope you're not right.

I confirm that after a deposit my btc are moved to 3ALZ4ALw2T4jebXXUy8GMv2rLB7JpFL1JD

if 389 BTC have been hacked, it's another 1.5 million dollars stolen, still not a catastrophic loss IMO.

chances we have been mtgoxxed (our funds lost for years or forever)  increase every day.

Running an exchange is the job of the future: you make profits on someone else's money, and when you make a mistake, you lose someone else's money.
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January 20, 2019, 02:03:34 AM
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Well, we asked the help of government's justice and old economy law enforcement practices, which all goes against the idea of bitcoin.

Oh well, we have seen this happen many times before. All depositors will lose their coins, all Cryptopia's coins will be sold at auction to pay for parasite lawyers, and Cryptopia will close down, from it's newly acquired bad reputation.

Also, this process will take 2-3 years. I'm like a broken record - don't leave coin at exchanges guys, and you won't lose from events like this one (which are like routine occurence in the crypto world).


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January 20, 2019, 02:36:27 AM
Last edit: January 20, 2019, 05:54:06 PM by paramind22
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But how else do you make money unless you set buy and sell orders, and that takes leaving coins on an exchange.  You could watch it all the time and do it live but that would take many hours a day.


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January 20, 2019, 04:46:45 AM
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They didnt even bother to send automatic email to users about hack so it seems they dont give a fuck about us.
Dont think we will see any chaegeback even from untouched wallets (if such exists)
There's no point of doing that.
You already know it happened. They tweeted about it, posted it on their homepage, reddit, etc.
They have millions of users, so that email you're talking about costs, a lot.

If a customer's funds or account is affected in some way then they should be informed, direct from Cryptopia. The company should not expect that every customer will magically find out through other channels. (If the security incident involves customer details being compromised then legally they may be required to inform customers, regardless.)
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January 20, 2019, 08:22:32 AM
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Here, it seems, they are cleaning the BTC wallets of traders after closing the authorization in exchange (?)

https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL


Maybe they are being forced to shut down and the NZ government is creating a fund? They couldn't be hacking themselves with that level of scrutiny.

How do you know that's Cryptopia addresses?

It was on Jan 14 so NZ government has nothing to do with it.

Someone in russian topic said https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3ALZ4ALw2T4jebXXUy8GMv2rLB7JpFL1JD is Cryptopia BTC deposit address.

Before the maintenance there were some transfers from this address 10 BTC each to
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/12YBZCaPe45LFbvgYWP5AVm3pvZTtHTiNY so it might be Cryptopia address too.

And on 2019-01-14 all coins from 12YBZCaPe45LFbvgYWP5AVm3pvZTtHTiNY - a huge amount of 389 BTC were moved to
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL

And then from 3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL it started splitting to smaller amounts to different addresses - looks like mixer or so...

So if 3ALZ4ALw2T4jebXXUy8GMv2rLB7JpFL1JD and 12YBZCaPe45LFbvgYWP5AVm3pvZTtHTiNY are really Cryptopias then it looks very suspicious - what if 3FeGz3AivG9SUEPKcGASh4ZcD9JojUjHSL belongs to the "hacker" and BTC were stolen too?

So this one might be a "hackers" transaction moving BTC off Cryptopia: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/c45c46be414db8f9f354e6e94c5f62ca72ea15c3b298d72443f8d1a4146c66ec

I REALLY hope you're not right.

I confirm that after a deposit my btc are moved to 3ALZ4ALw2T4jebXXUy8GMv2rLB7JpFL1JD

if 389 BTC have been hacked, it's another 1.5 million dollars stolen, still not a catastrophic loss IMO.

chances we have been mtgoxxed (our funds lost for years or forever)  increase every day.

Running an exchange is the job of the future: you make profits on someone else's money, and when you make a mistake, you lose someone else's money.

I think that's hacker transaction and also this is their ltc wallet:
https://bitinfocharts.com/ru/litecoin/address/Lcwr6zgXEMtPyrqeTxWTfYwUU11AuaoM1w
and it's cleaned by hacker , if you find their doge address probably it's clean too, it's better for cryptopia team to run their previous business(dress shop) rather than a crypto Exchange....
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January 20, 2019, 11:03:44 AM
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I don't like that their last update on twitter was on January 16th.
Though it might be because now it's up to the police to make announcements.
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January 20, 2019, 11:04:39 AM
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I think that's hacker transaction and also this is their ltc wallet:
https://bitinfocharts.com/ru/litecoin/address/Lcwr6zgXEMtPyrqeTxWTfYwUU11AuaoM1w
and it's cleaned by hacker , if you find their doge address probably it's clean too, it's better for cryptopia team to run their previous business(dress shop) rather than a crypto Exchange....

If we assume that the hacker walked away with 30,000 LTC then it was $ 943,660 worth of lite coin, if it was all 145,619.2541 LTC as the wallet address suggests, then the amount is closer to six million dollars worth of LiteCoin:

LOST (STOLEN) FUNDS.

ABCDEWalletAmount / Balance$USD ValueCryptopia or Receiving AddressWallet Name
ETHTX - 0x8a7c2b34f23eee02401e7c3fa1ea2ce8d3132e7ca3811d673ca35898c9535aae19,390.66318614898972218$2,437,018.55TXArchiveTX to Cryptopia_Hack
ETH0xc8b759860149542a98a3eb57c14aadf59d6d89b90.00$ 0.00ReceivingArchiveCryptopia_Hack
ETH0xaa923cd02364bb8a4c3d6f894178d2e12231655c29,113.679050642739615899$3,640,374.43
(@ $125.04/ETH)
ReceivingArchiveCryptopia_Hack2
LTCTX - Broken into 0.01 pieces30,008.4464$ 943,660Receivinghttp://archive.fo/b0WCQ(unnamed)
ABCDEWalletAmount$USD ValueC/RArchiveName

Total Stolen (known) - $4,584,007.43



FROZEN FUNDS

ABCDEWalletAmount / Balance$USD ValueHot/ColdName
ETH0x5BaEac0a0417a05733884852aa068B706967e7900.479823209569675315$59.54
(@ $124.08/ETH)
HOTArchiveCryptopia
LINDALbQwZbTN2K8ypHuRKNhdq5sv1hkWNJZnZX2661000000.0BTC 372.54 @ 14 satsColdArchiveCryptopia Cold Storage
LTCLcwr6zgXEMtPyrqeTxWTfYwUU11AuaoM1w-145,619.2541$USD ZeroHotArchiveIn four days 145k of LTC passed through this wallet - 30k last amount taken
ABCDEWalletAmount$USD ValueH/CArchiveName

Total Frozen (known) - $59.54 (in $USD) PLUS
Total Frozen (known) - BTC 372.54 ~ $1,374,342.07



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January 20, 2019, 11:46:41 AM
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I am not sure if this information is confirmed, but I have heard that about $3M has been stolen. It is not little amount, but for such a large exchange as Cryptopia it should not be a deadly amount.

An interesting announcement appeared this morning in the "digital goods" section. Someone wanted to sell a database from Cryptopia. This announcement is no longer available, because it is prohibited to sell hacked items on the forum, so we can not verify it. It might as well have been a fake, or a joke.
I have heard it was probably $11M or $12M worth of crypto - and there was suspicious activity few hours before a hack took place.
I have read that binance froze some hack funds, but I cannot find if it is confirmed.. I think it is a time for decentralised exchange now.  But I hope cryptopia won't be second mt.gox

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January 20, 2019, 12:02:50 PM
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I am not sure if this information is confirmed, but I have heard that about $3M has been stolen. It is not little amount, but for such a large exchange as Cryptopia it should not be a deadly amount.

An interesting announcement appeared this morning in the "digital goods" section. Someone wanted to sell a database from Cryptopia. This announcement is no longer available, because it is prohibited to sell hacked items on the forum, so we can not verify it. It might as well have been a fake, or a joke.
I have heard it was probably $11M or $12M worth of crypto - and there was suspicious activity few hours before a hack took place.
I have read that binance froze some hack funds, but I cannot find if it is confirmed.. I think it is a time for decentralised exchange now.  But I hope cryptopia won't be second mt.gox

you're forgetting about Bitgrail where at the time of hack 120M$ of user's funds were stolen (or better, double spent or multiple time withdrawn) and i was involved in that, too.

I've my funds spread in multiple exchanges because of activities I do, in this way I could multiply my funds (not in value unfortunately because of the bear market) so I must accept the risk, anyway I try to not have a too big part of funds in the same exchange.

on cryptopia I've lost a month of work. The more days pass without updates, the more is likely they will not return our funds.
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January 20, 2019, 12:14:59 PM
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sold some coin in this fucking exchange and wanted to withdraw btc on jan 13 but the transaction lasted in progress for more than 24H, Jan 14 i heard that cryptopia was hacked, but now i realise that we are the only ones that have been hacked.
i sent more than 75% of my crrypto saving in to cryptopia in a time fram of one week, all my hope gone and turned to a nightmar.


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