Japan's Bitpoint is the latest password exchange exchange by ownership-based hacking. The exchange said that about 3.5 billion yen ($ 32 million) of money was stolen and 2.5 billion yen is attributed to customers. Hot wallets related to hacking include five cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ripple, according to Bloomberg .
Bitpoint responded by pausing all services, including withdrawals, transactions, and deposits. The company said it did not find irregular activities or missing funds that affect cold wallets (wallets that are not connected to the Internet).
Bitpoint's problem is more than a year since hackers earned $ 400 million from Coincheck, one of Japan's biggest password exchange deals. Blairberg Bloomberg instructed the national financial authorities to take preventive measures and strengthen security controls after such trials.
Customer received an email warning Bitpoint that he would investigate the issue and discontinue the service.