Korean Crypto Exchange Gdac Suffers $13M Hacker Attack
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South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Gdac has become the latest victim of a hack attack, losing nearly $13 million worth of crypto.

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In a blog statement published on Sunday, the exchange's representatives said the hackers withdrew from a hot wallet around 23% of Gdac's custodial assets. While the nature of the attack remains undisclosed, Gdac said it had already notified the local authorities about the incident.

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According to the report, Gdac lost nearly 61 BTC, over 350 ether (ETH), 10 million wemix (WEMIX) and $220,000 in the USDT stablecoin. Founded in 2018, Gdac supports only crypto-to-crypto deals with 20 trading pairs, according to data from CoinMarketCap.

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