Cryptocurrency exchange Coinsecure said it was not yet legally able to refund its customers due to an ongoing investigation.
Indian cryptocurrency exchange Coinsecure has announced the theft of nearly $3.3 million in bitcoin.
Binance has reassured customers their money is still in their accounts after hours of speculation that the cryptocurrency exchange had been hacked.
A hacker who compromised CoinDash's website last year and took 43,500 ether tokens from would-be investors has returned 30,000 of them to the project.
The 58 billion yen worth of XEM tokens are on the move, according to the NEM Foundation, but no attempt to sell them on exchanges has been made.
Though the Coincheck theft may superficially resemble 2014's Mt. Gox hack, the impact on cryptocurrencies is not nearly as significant.
A hacker stole more than $400,000 in Stellar lumens after compromising the digital wallet provider BlackWallet.
Hackers and scammers netted nearly $490 million in 2017. In this recap, CoinDesk takes a look at the most important incidents and their impact.
A South Korean bitcoin exchange is moving to declare bankruptcy following what it said was a debilitating cyber attack.
Cryptocurrency mining marketplace NiceHash has confirmed that yesterday’s hack resulted in the loss of over 4,700 BTC.