$1M of BitKeep Crypto Wallet Hacked In BNB Chain, Polygon Token

Crypto wallet BitKeep was hacked for over $1 million worth of BNB Chain and Polygon-based tokens in early Asia hours on Tuesday.

It will launch a compensation portal that supports tokens from over 30 major networks, such as Ethereum, Polygon, Solana, and BNB Chain, and claims to have over six million users within 3 days, the number of tokens hit theft will be compensated 100%.

According to an announcement on twitter BitKeep announced that: “Our development team has managed to prevent the emergency and prevent hackers,” adding that they will compensate all users for their losses use. The Swap service has been paused to avoid further security breaches.

At that time, BitKeep contacted the relevant security agencies to find a way to catch the attackers behind the incident.

The attack is the latest in a long list of exploits this month, with October becoming the worst month for attacks in crypto history.

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$1M of BitKeep Crypto Wallet Hacked In BNB Chain, Polygon Token

Crypto wallet BitKeep was hacked for over $1 million worth of BNB Chain and Polygon-based tokens in early Asia hours on Tuesday.

It will launch a compensation portal that supports tokens from over 30 major networks, such as Ethereum, Polygon, Solana, and BNB Chain, and claims to have over six million users within 3 days, the number of tokens hit theft will be compensated 100%.

According to an announcement on twitter BitKeep announced that: “Our development team has managed to prevent the emergency and prevent hackers,” adding that they will compensate all users for their losses use. The Swap service has been paused to avoid further security breaches.

At that time, BitKeep contacted the relevant security agencies to find a way to catch the attackers behind the incident.

The attack is the latest in a long list of exploits this month, with October becoming the worst month for attacks in crypto history.

DISCLAIMER: The Information on this website is provided as general market commentary and does not constitute investment advice. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.

Join us to keep track of news: https://linktr.ee/coincu

Website: coincu.com

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