KuCoin exchange was able to return 84% of crypto assets stolen in September

The KuCoin Cryptographic Exchange, cracked in September this year, was able to restore access to 84% of stolen crypto assets worth about $236 million at current rates;

KuCoin exchange CEO Johnny Lyu reported on the progress in recovery of stolen crypto assets. Он написал
on his Twitter:

“Already 84 % of the stolen cryptoactives are restored by means of tracking within a network, updating of contracts and collecting in the notarial order. At the request of law enforcement agencies, we will publish all the details after the case is closed”

KuCoin has resumed servicing 176 crypto assets, and operations with the rest will resume until November 22. Liu writes:

“I would like to thank all the people and organizations who helped us in the aftermath of this incident, together we will make the cryptographic community stronger.”

Let us remind you that on September 25, the KuCoin crypt-currency exchange withdrawn
a hacker attack. Attackers gained access to one of the hot wallets of the site and withdrew crypto assets equivalent to $150 million at the time of the hack, their current value is almost twice as high. BTC, ETH and several types of ERC-20 tokens were stolen. At the beginning of last month, the exchange team claimed that they found the hackers;

In late September, Ocean Protocol provided
hardfork and prevented the exchange of tokens stolen from KuCoin. Elliptic reported that the hackers who broke into KuCoin were using the Wasabi Wallet to launder money, and that the bitcoins stolen from the stock exchange passed
through the ChipMixer.