Cryptocurrency exchange Livecoin, which suffered a hacker attack at the end of December, has been moved to the temporary domain Livecoin.news.
According to representatives of the platform, they have managed to partially restore access to media channels. However, the new site remains the only channel of communication with users:
"We're highly restricted in publishing news after the investigation started out. The only we can say at the moment, that a carefully planned attack to our service was carried out from different sides. We temporarily lost control of our servers and much more."
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Livecoin has not shared the exact date when the platform will resume its operations.
At the same time, the exchange has launched a reward program for users who provide information about the attack:
"If you have any useful information, which can help to return transferred funds and find breach or attacker, please feel free to contact us via e-mail: email@example.com. Bounty size will be determined in each case individually."
Livecoin announced on December 24 it had suffered a "carefully planned attack." Withdrawals from the platform are not available.
The attackers reportedly stole 106 BTC, 361 ETH and 236 BCH.
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