Canadians Charged for $220,000 Bitcoin Scam on Twitter
Two Canadian nationals posed as HitBTC customer service representatives in order to steal a user's login credentials.
The exchange has awarded a bounty of $200,000 to private investigators who helped now-indicted bad actors who attacked the exchange in 2018.
Ledger confirmed that for the last week some customers have been the target of a phishing attack.
The crypto lender's data leak comes almost a year to the date after a similar data leak hit BlockFi.
According to a recent report, a 16-year-old was served with a search warrant by federal agents at his home on Tuesday.
The exchange said it helped British police bust a cybercriminal who sold phishing tools that resulted in the theft of millions of pounds.