Crypto trading platform, which halted withdrawals on Tuesday citing maintenance, may have been hacked to the tune of US$4.8 million, blockchain analytics firm PeckShield said on Wednesday.

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Fast facts

  • According to PeckShield, hackers drained 21 different tokens from, including USDT, USDC, AAVE, SHIB, and APE. 
  • On Aug. 2, halted deposits and withdrawals “due to the sudden failure of some core applications.”
  • The exchange also warned customers against depositing funds on the platform until recovery. 
  • is the latest victim in a series of exploits, which saw cross-chain bridge Nomad losing US$200 million on Tuesday while a Solana exploit on Wednesday affected over 7,700 wallets on the network.

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