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January 16, 2019, 11:17:35 PM
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Cryptopia: A wildly popular platform that veered from one crisis to the next - Link - Susan Edmunds 06:52, Jan 17 2019 - Archive

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A year ago, it seemed there was news about cryptocurrencies every other week.

Bitcoin surged in value from US$900 a coin to nearly US$20,000.

A new industry grew alongside it, allowing punters to buy, sell and speculate in the host of new digital currencies springing to life.

One of the big international players was Kiwi trading firm Cryptopia.

READ MORE:
* Kiwi crypto-currency trader weathers the bitcoin blizzard
* Bank pulls support for cryptocurrency platform Cryptopia
* Bitcoin prices dive as South Korea says cryptocurrency ban still an option

​Now, the value of Bitcoin has fallen to US$3606 and the digital currency chatter has dropped away with it.

 But many of Cryptopia's followers stuck around - and were shocked by news on Wednesday that it seems that millions of dollars had gone missing from the exchange.

What is Cryptopia, anyway?

Cryptopia is an online currency trading platform started by Rob (Hex) Dawson and Adam Clark, first as a hobby, in 2015.

As Bitcoin surged to new heights at the start of last year, so too did the Cryptopia business. In early 2017, Cryptopia had 30,000 users, rising to 1 million in December 2017. After the first week of January, 2018, the number of users hit 1.4 million.

Not bad for a Christchurch-based start-up.

 But that huge growth created its own problems.

In early January last year, the platform froze trading in some of its markets as it struggled to deal with the volumes being processed.

Then-business development manager and shareholder Adam Lyness said it had had to suspend trading in two basemarkets, in the Doge and Litecoin currencies, to keep up with demand.

That upset some traders who were watching the value of those coins surge on other markets, but unable to sell the tokens they had locked in via Cryptopia.

Legal threats emerged

Problems continued over the next few months.

By March, there was talk of a class action against Cryptopia by people who were frustrated by delays and the inability to access money tied up in the platform.

 Canterbury Legal director Clive Cousins told media that his firm had received enough complaints about the platform to become aware of the scale of problems. It sought expressions of interest in a class action.

Cryptopia chief executive Alan Booth said at the time that there was no basis for the action and it was doing its best in difficult circumstances.

"Cryptopia has experienced incredibly fast growth. Last quarter our user base grew by 940 per cent, and as with any company expanding at this pace, we have faced many challenges.

 "I guarantee we will dramatically improve as we increase resource and attention in this area. Rest assured that customers who raise support tickets (help desk queries) with issues relating to deposit, withdrawals or compromised accounts are our highest priority.

 "We've launched better education tools for users via our help centre, new ticketing systems and processes and set clear targets for our support team."

 As the crypto craze abated, so too did the volume of reports of problems with Cryptopia. But die-hard trading fans were still complaining.

In November 2018, users said more than 100 markets had been disabled.

New currency launched

In May 2017, Cryptopia launched its own new digital currency, linked to the value of the New Zealand dollar.

This made it easier for New Zealanders to trade: The NZDT allowed New Zealanders to put their money into a local bank account and receive the equivalent in NZDT tokens.

They could then use those to buy Bitcoin - or other currencies - and could sell their digital currencies for NZDT, then transfer it to New Zealand dollars when they wanted to get out.

Then shelved

But it was not long before the currency had to be set aside due to bank concerns.

The exchange said that its bank, ASB, had told it that it would close the accounts for its New Zealand dollar-tethered currency (NZDT) on February 9.

Then-New Zealand Bankers' Association chief executive Karen Scott-Howman said anti-money laundering laws were one of the main reasons that banks struggled with cryptocurrencies.

Those laws require banks to be able to trace funds to their source - but anonymity is one of the reasons that many people use digital currencies.

ASB said it could not comment on Cryptopia's case.

"However, we are currently reviewing our relationships with crypto-exchanges, while ensuring we comply with our regulatory obligations," a spokeswoman said.

"Ultimately, our goal is to keep our customers safe as we turn our minds to a number of evolving business models, including crypto."

Is this the end?

Police have now stormed the office of a Christchurch cryptocurrency trader after millions of dollars worth of currency appears to have disappeared in a security breach.

Cryptopia's Colombo St headquarters was under police lockdown on Wednesday morning after a "significant amount" of cryptocurrency is thought to have been transferred without authorisation.

What this means for traders is yet to be seen, but whether money has been lost or not, the blow to confidence in Cryptopia will most likely prove fatal.

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January 17, 2019, 12:28:14 AM
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Cryptopia: A wildly popular platform that veered from one crisis to the next - Link - Susan Edmunds 06:52, Jan 17 2019 - Archive

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Police have now stormed the office of a Christchurch cryptocurrency trader after millions of dollars worth of currency appears to have disappeared in a security breach.

Cryptopia's Colombo St headquarters was under police lockdown on Wednesday morning after a "significant amount" of cryptocurrency is thought to have been transferred without authorisation.

What this means for traders is yet to be seen, but whether money has been lost or not, the blow to confidence in Cryptopia will most likely prove fatal.

Bogus article. It even implies bitcoin and crypto in general is a scam.

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​Now, the value of Bitcoin has fallen to US$3606 and the digital currency chatter has dropped away with it.

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Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned of the failures of cryptocurrencies.

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Police have now stormed the office of a Christchurch cryptocurrency trader after millions of dollars worth of currency appears to have disappeared in a security breach.

We would also like to make clear that Cryptopia are cooperating fully with the investigation team and a media report that police ‘stormed’ the building today is entirely incorrect.

https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-investigation-involving-cryptocurrency-company

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Update: Investigation involving cryptocurrency company
Wednesday, 16 January 2019 - 7:30pm
National News
The investigation into the alleged unauthorised transaction of cryptocurrency at the Christchurch company Cryptopia has continued today.
 
The inquiry is still in its very early stages and police are continuing to work with Cryptopia to establish what has happened and how.
 
Police are not yet in a position to say how much cryptocurrency is involved, other than it is a significant amount.
 
A large team, including Canterbury CIB and specialist staff from the police High Tech Crime Unit, have been assigned to the case.
 
There has been a visible police presence at the company’s Colombo Street headquarters throughout the day as police take the steps needed to progress the investigation.
 
While police are unable to go into details about specific steps being taken at this stage, we can say that our focus includes commencing both a forensic digital investigation of the company, and a physical scene examination at the building.
 
We are dealing with a complex situation and we are unable to put a timeframe on how long the investigation may take.
 
We are also aware of speculation in the online community about what might have occurred.  It is too early for us to draw any conclusions and Police will keep an open mind on all possibilities while we gather the information we need.  
 
A priority for police is to identify and, if possible, recover missing funds for Cryptopia customers; however there are likely to be many challenges to achieving this.
 
We would also like to make clear that Cryptopia are cooperating fully with the investigation team and a media report that police ‘stormed’ the building today is entirely incorrect.
 
Anyone with information which could assist the investigation can contact police by email at crypto@police.govt.nz (link sends e-mail).
 
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January 17, 2019, 12:33:48 AM
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Today I read an article where some users claim that it could be initiated from within. Perhaps the exchange itself or someone from the employees appropriated the money for themselves. Article in Russian https://forklog.com/chast-propavshih-s-cryptopia-sredstv-obnaruzhena-na-birzhe-binance/
On January 13 there were two big transactions for $ 4 million (19,391 ETH/ 48,029,306 CENNZ). Very suspicious

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Some of the funds missing from Cryptopia were found on the Binance exchange.

news 01/16/2019

CEO Binance Changphen Zhao confirmed that a part of the funds missing earlier this week from the New Zealand Cryptopia was found on the cryptocurrency exchange headed by him, after which he was successfully blocked.

In particular, Zhao responded to the tweet by @ShaftedTangu, who tried to attract the attention of Binance representatives to the fact that the funds missing from Cryptopia seem to have been found.

    Just checked, we were able to make some money. I don’t understand why the hackers keep sending to Binance. And we will freeze it. It's a high risk maneuver for them. https://t.co/i0PeahLzic

    - CZ Binance (@cz_binance) January 16, 2019

    “Just checked, we managed to freeze part of the funds. I do not understand why hackers constantly send [coins] to Binance. Social networks react very quickly, and it is easy for us to freeze funds. These are very risky maneuvers for them [hackers], ”Zhao wrote.

Recall, representatives of Cryptopia reported on Tuesday, January 15, about the suspension of work due to "substantial losses" due to a security breach. Somewhat later, when there were rumors that the exchange itself could be involved in the loss of funds, the New Zealand police joined the investigation into the incident. Official confirmation of exactly what amounts in question, however, has been reported.

Nevertheless, as Changpeng Zhao correctly noted, “social networks react very quickly,” and we can say in advance that the damage has been partially fixed. In particular, users drew attention to a rather interesting chronology of events, suggesting that the theft of approximately $ 14 million (this amount is previously discussed) in ETH and ERC-20 tokens could be initiated from the inside. At the same time, the so-called exit-scam is not excluded - an attempt by the management or someone from the staff to appropriate the funds of users.

So, on Tuesday, on the subreddit of r / cryptopia, user toldjahP posted an entry in which he referred to several Ethereum transactions that were made from Cryptopia’s purses about 17 hours before the exchange announced “unplanned technical work” and then recognized the loss of funds.

It is also noteworthy that the famous Twitter account Whale Alert drew attention to the fact that funds from Cryptopia are transferred to unknown wallets on January 13th. It was about at least two very impressive transactions: at 19,391 ETH (about $ 2.5 million) and 48,029,306 CENNZ ($ 1.17 million).

    19,391 #ETH (2,438,152 USD) transferred from #Cryptopia to Unknown wallet

    Tx: https://t.co/xTxMKRJSD8

    - Whale Alert (@whale_alert) January 13, 2019

    48,029,306 #CENNZ (1,176,596 USD) transferred from #Cryptopia to Unknown wallet

    Tx: https://t.co/u3RiHh7riT

    - Whale Alert (@whale_alert) January 13, 2019

In his record on Reddit, toldjahP also provides a link to a transaction in the amount of 3.8 billion DAPS tokens from the Decentralized project Anonymous Payments System. But even more interesting is the last link, which leads to an address that at some point turned out to be more than $ 11 million in various ERC-20 tokens. All of them were sent from Cryptopia almost simultaneously and belong to a variety of projects, including Dentacoin, Spank, Ethereum Dark, TenX Pay, Bytom and Golem.

Later, the already mentioned @shaftedTangu led a detailed course of events in the thread on Twitter:

    Topia hack addresses. This is topia ETH / ERC20 address https://t.co/wZ7THdpYc6

    - 🐒🐵I Dream Of Alts🐵🐒 (@ShaftedTangu) January 15, 2019

It is also alleged that part of the funds was not only on Binance, but also on other exchanges.

We add that the representatives of Cryptopia have not yet commented on the information published on social networks.

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January 17, 2019, 12:40:47 AM
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We would also like to make clear that Cryptopia are cooperating fully with the investigation team and a media report that police ‘stormed’ the building today is entirely incorrect.

When you say "we" does that mean you are an employee or authorised representative of Cryptopia?  Given Rob Dawson's Father Pete (CEO and director) has already given a blanket "no comment" http://archive.fo/m4It5#selection-1573.1-1573.220 are you sure you want to comment on the police investigation?

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Dawson's father, Pete Dawson, is now the sole director and a 5 per cent shareholder of Cryptopia. Pete Dawson, who is the Canterbury Returned Services Association (RSA) president said police had told him to say nothing.



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I am strongly of the opinion that whenever an exchange hack happens, there are insiders and staff who might have compromised information. This is the case with Cryptopia. I really don't care how anyone argues otherwise. This is my 2cent.

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Fresh Cointelegraph article - Cryptopia Alleged Hack: Police Are on the Case While Community Tracks Down Stolen Funds

https://cointelegraph.com/news/cryptopia-alleged-hack-police-are-on-the-case-while-community-tracks-down-stolen-funds
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One of hacker/s address - Cryptopia_Hack2 is blocked or marked with "Heist" with Balance: 29,113.679050642739615899 Ether.

Link: https://etherscan.io/address/0xaa923cd02364bb8a4c3d6f894178d2e12231655c

Cryptopia to Cryptopia_Hack to Cryptopia_Hack2.
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January 19, 2019, 11:33:32 AM
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LINDA Cryptopia cold storage https://lindaexplorer.kdhsolutions.co.uk/richlist

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January 19, 2019, 10:07:36 PM
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One more article. What will happen next? - Where’s My Money? Crypto Users Crusade To Claim Cryptopia Investments  Angry

https://www.cryptoglobe.com/latest/2019/01/wheres-my-money-crypto-users-crusade-to-claim-cryptopia-investments/
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January 20, 2019, 01:53:05 AM
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Thanks people, keep those links coming in.

Timelord2067's Timely Test and Main-neT LighTning Loans to a "T"
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5184177.0
main-net BTC 0.0001 loans, test-net BTC 0.001 loans 1% seven days max.
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January 20, 2019, 05:43:44 AM
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Am just moving this to here so that I can redo the post on the first page.

Lost funds:

http://archive.fo/m4It5#selection-1349.1-1361.69

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She said there had been reports by blockchain transaction monitoring accounts on social media that the Cryptopia transfer involved two transactions worth a US$3.6 million (NZ$5.3m) combined.

One was for US$1.2m worth of a cryptocurrency called Centrality. That equates to 48 million tokens.

The second was for US$2.4m in Ethereum, or about 19 thousand tokens.




The receiving address: ??

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January 20, 2019, 06:01:07 AM
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LOST FUNDS.

ABCDEWalletAmount$USD ValueCryptopia or Receiving Address
ETHhttps://etherscan.io/address/0xaa923cd02364bb8a4c3d6f894178d2e12231655c29,113.679050642739615899$3,640,374.43 (@ $125.04/ETH)ReceivingArchiveCryptopia_Hack2
ETHTX19,390.66318614898972218$2,437,018.55TXhttp://archive.fo/nm50ATX to Cryptopia_Hack
ETHhttps://etherscan.io/address/0xc8b759860149542a98a3eb57c14aadf59d6d89b90.00$ 0.00ReceivingArchiveCryptopia_Hack
ABCDEWalletAmount$USD ValueC/RArchiveName



Main post for totals of stolen funds can be viewed here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5097916.msg49253290#msg49253290

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main-net BTC 0.0001 loans, test-net BTC 0.001 loans 1% seven days max.
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January 20, 2019, 04:28:08 PM
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DOGECOIN Cryptopia cold wallet
https://dogechain.info/address/DFBZ2U7cErTBNDFqFBfA3cGbGfnxwVXuth
42,450,000.00000000 DOGE

Doge possible are safe

I made depo on Cryptopia hot wallet DHKfajPsVBoTCgQxZJfQcT1CS3FuDPmmVF at end 2018.

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January 21, 2019, 09:04:12 AM
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When will cryptopia customers be able too log in and get there coins back
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January 21, 2019, 11:41:23 AM
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When will cryptopia customers be able too log in and get there coins back

Short answer - given there is a police investigation, could be months if not years for the NZ Police to establish what was taken and by whom.  Firstly there is the theft in January 2019 of Crypto to investigate, then there is the issue of potentially trading while insolvent due to Cryptopia being unable to repay to depositors funds that had been stolen via 51% attacks in the second half of 2018. Then there are the class actions to recover funds by depositors to be considered. In all likely-hood an administrator would be likely be appointed to forensically examine which accounts owned what and seek a determination from a Judge how best to distribute to the masses funds from both hot and cold wallets which is why I am trying to gather together in this thread proof of what crypto was stolen and what hot and cold wallets have been left intact (not to mention any class actions & news articles on the Police's investigation and the NZ Crown's DPP potentially laying charges ( and the time frames those proceedings might take) ).

Get yourself a pen and paper and write down as many details as you can about your own account.

user name, password, email address - any 2FA and any recovery codes. Deposits. Withdrawls. What coins were up for sale (or buy). Even your Karma score.

Given that it could be years - put that sheet of paper in a safe place. Memories, Hard Drives and Mobile phones come and go, a sheet of paper in a safe place can be the key to recovering your funds in a few years time.

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January 21, 2019, 04:41:27 PM
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Good article https://elementus.io/blog/cryptopia-hack-transparency/
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January 21, 2019, 05:05:44 PM
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https://chainz.cryptoid.info/vivo/wallet.dws?42143.htm
It's VIVO Cryptopia wallet, possible(not active withdrawals from 14.01.2019)

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January 21, 2019, 09:54:11 PM
Last edit: January 23, 2019, 01:06:20 AM by Lafu
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You can edit your First post right now .
You are right with that , that i am a part of Cryptopia in form as an volunteer Moderator without any payments and also as Xrtraelv a Customer .
And I am not contracted.
I am not employed by cryptopia!

For this Cristmas day i just posted an update for the maintenance .
All i posted in this thread was and is done  volunteer and posted from myself without any instructions from Cryptopia , i just asked if i can post the things with there approval !


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Thanks for the edit !
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