Kraken Security Director: We know who is behind the $600 million FTX theft
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Answer Kraken Security Director: We know who is behind the $600 million FTX theft
Just an hour ago, in response to Mario Novel, Kraken’s security bureau chief Nick Percocco tweeted that the Kraken team now knows the name of the user who hacked FTX.
How did you know the hacked Kraken?
Kraken’s KYC (Know Your Customer) mechanism was enough for the Kraken team to be able to identify the hacker because he used the platform to cash out the stolen funds during the hack.
Mario Novell, founder and CEO of IBCgroup.io, wrote on Twitter that the hacker is most likely an incompetent person.
A well-known member of the crypto community aka “Satoshi Stacker” also commented on the matter, stating that the FTX hacker funded his TRX wallet from Kraken.Read:NEO is the first to join a blockchain-based service network in China
Hacken.io CEO and co-founder Dyma Budorin commended Tobias Silver, creator of just.money for his comprehensive analysis of FTX Tron accounts.
Given the incompetence of the hacker, Budorin concluded that some actors behind the FTX scam were also responsible for pulling the rug out from FTX users.Read:Canadian Securities Regulators Warn of Misleading Ads from Cryptocurrency Exchanges
Kraken and law enforcement are now likely to collaborate in order to track down the exact person behind the hack.Read:Learn about the main reasons for the rise in the price of the DASH cryptocurrency
Continuous FTX effect:
Hours after FTX announced its decision to file for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy, reports emerged of a $600 million hack.
Sam Bankman-Fred also resigned from his position as CEO of FTX prior to the hack.
Currently about 130 additional FTX entities are also parties to the proceedings, according to the filing.
Currently, according to reports, customers have lost nearly $1 billion in deposits held on bankrupt cryptocurrency trading platform FTX, and Fred Bankman allegedly used a “back door” into FTX’s system of ledgers to privately steal funds.
Hedge fund Galois Capital announces that half of its funds are stuck with FTX
In conjunction with the FTX crisis… the activity of the crypto community on social media reaches a new record
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