KuCoin exchange resumes deposit / withdrawal of bitcoin, Ethereum and Tether after hacking
Cryptocurrency exchange KuCoin continues to rebuild its services after the hacker attack it suffered last month.
The company today announced the resumption of the ability to deposit and withdraw funds in Bitcoin, Ethereum and Tether. USDT is available for deposit and withdrawal in ERC20 tokens. Users can also make deposits in USDT through Tron and EOS. USDT is not yet available on Omni. Prior to this, KuCoin carried out work to improve the security of the respective wallets..
The company draws the attention of users to the fact that the addresses for crediting deposits on the platform have been updated. Deposits sent to the old addresses will be credited to clients’ wallets, but the exchange does not recommend using them.
After the hack, KuCoin suspended all asset deposits and withdrawals. Servicing of 65 other cryptocurrencies has been resumed to date, the message says..
KuCoin CEO Johnny Liu announced last week that they had identified the suspects in the hack. He also said that with the help of partners, KuCoin prevented the spending of $ 204 million in stolen assets. They were partially returned to the platform, for example, the Ocean Protocol project tokens. Tether CTO Paolo Ardoino, for his part, announced the freezing of $ 22 million in USDT.
UPD: Fixed information about the availability of operations with USDT
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