- The 40 trading pairs have been quantified as secure.
- Cryptopia suspended services after they suffered a multi-million hack on mid-January.
New Zealand crypto exchange Cryptopia has resumed trading on 40 trade pairs. Cryptopia tweeted the following:
“Update: We have resumed trading on 40 trade pairs that we have quantified as secure. We will continue to expand this list as we clear more coins.”
Earlier in the week, Cryptopia updated its users via email:
“We were given access back to our site on the 14th of February 2019. This was the first time since the event that we could begin to assess the impact. We have a comprehensive plan in place to get our exchange back trading. This however is quite labour and time heavy as we are effectively rebuilding our service from the ground up again. Since having access returned we have made significant steps to resuming service.”
On mid-January, Cryptopia suspended services after they suffered a multi-million dollar hack. They had initially informed the public that they were undergoing unscheduled maintenance before officially disclosing the security breach.
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