The Hong Kong-based digital currency exchange, which was hacked by anonymous criminals last week, said its clients will lose 36% of their bitcoin deposits.
Bitfinex announced that all trading, deposits, and withdrawals will be temporarily disabled.
Bitfinex has confirmed that the hacker attack resulted in the loss of approximately 120,000 of bitcoins.
One of the leading bitcoin exchanges has expanded its bitcoin buying feature to Canada and Singapore, following the launch of the service in Australia.
Well established Bitcoin exchange CEX.IO enables instant withdrawals to Visa and MasterCard in US dollars, Euro and Russian Ruble.
The major bitcoin exchange has finally received a license from the government of Luxembourg, thus becoming the first regulated digital currency trading platform in Europe.
The bitcoin exchange is planning to get an electronic money license to offer its regulated bitcoin trading services for users across Europe.
Coinsecure focuses on establishment of reliable bitcoin trading platform and promotion of the cryptocurrency to Indian users.
Kraken, one of the world’s largest Bitcoin exchanges, has announced an investment from Money Partners Group, one of Japan’s leading foreign exchange brokerages, as part of Kraken’s Series B financing round.
Coinbase recently announced that stop orders are now available on Coinbase Exchange. Stop orders allow customers to buy or sell bitcoin at a specified price.
The project called ‘Blockchain Angel Fund’ aims at supporting blockchain companies in Japan.
The acquisition will allow Kraken to offer its exchange service to most Americans and Canadians.
Cryptsy published a blog post with step-by-step explanation of conducted cyberattack.