$62 Million Gone? Cryptocurrency Mining Market Nicehash Hacked

7 Dec 2017.

Bitcoin Miner NiceHash Hacked, Possibly Losing $62 Million in Bitcoin.

Slovenia-based bitcoin mining company NiceHash has temporarily halted its.

reports CoinDesk, a publication that follows the blockchain industry.

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6 Dec 2017.

Mining outfit says its entire wallet gone, estimated $62m.

Cryptocurrency mining market NiceHash says it has fallen victim to a hacking attack that may have resulted in the loss of its entire Bitcoin wallet.

been going on for years prior to the market's collapse, led to losses of hundreds of millions of dollars.

Nicehash Mining Market Hacked. 4.7 Thousand Coins Stolen!22 Jan 2020.

One of the highest number of crypto exchange hacking occurred in 2014 with.

in its contract-for-difference (CFD) market against the Bitcoin to USD.

in the Bitcoins platform PicoStocks lost about $62 million (7,196 BTC).

On the other hand, the mining platform Nicehash also lost 4,736 BTC ($41 million),

27 Aug 2018.

Nicehash, the cloud mining service that got hacked in December,

the missing cryptocurrency was valued at approximately 56 million EUR (~$65 million USD).

Nicehash claims to be the “largest crypto-mining marketplace.

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