Bitcoin Mining Pool Reveals $3M Cyberattack
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Crypto mining provider BIT Mining has revealed in a press release that its mining pool had suffered a cyberattack in early December, resulting in a loss of $3 million.

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The company didn't go into details on the attack, but noted that "certain digital assets were stolen," including $700,000 owned by the pool's clients, and $2.3 million in owned by BIT Mining.

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BIT Mining has already reported about the incident to law enforcement authorities in Shenzhen, China. While details of the ongoing investigation remain unclear, the company says "some of's digital assets have already been secured."

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