Sunday, 8 March 2020

Crex24 Exchange Accused of Hiding Hack From Customers



Users are accusing Estonian cryptocurrency exchange, Crex24, of hiding the scale of a hack from its users after suspending trade for several altcoin pairings. 
Crex24’s members claim that the exchange has not given an explanation for its suspension of more than sixty altcoins. The exchange has also frozen withdrawal and deposit services for many of the platform’s coins.
Despite the apparent disruption to services and calls for answers on Twitter, the exchange’s social media posts suggest that it has been more interested in trying to drum up support for new listings than addressing the concerns of its users.

Accusation mount over suspicious Htmlcoin activity



A report published by Brazilian crypto press Livecoin on March 6 cites an anonymous Crex24 user who claims to have identified suspicious movements of the alternative cryptocurrency Htmlcoin, and may suggest foul play on the part of the exchange.
The user claims that the exchange froze his funds in mid-February, leading to a loss of approximately $32,000 of cryptocurrency.
Crex would later announce that 200 million Htmlcoins, worth $11,200, were stolen from its wallets and that it would be working with the Htmlcoin team to reimburse investors.

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