Crypto currency exchange Cryptopia hacker stealing a portion of the hacker’s money was determined to transfer to Binance.
Cryptopia, a relatively well-known stock exchange in the crypto-money community the previous day, announced it was hacked and reported that the hack was large in size.
The New Zealand-based stock exchange announced that the incident was transferred to state institutions and that the New Zealand police were conducting an investigation. It was recorded that the stock market could not be put into operation until the investigation was completed.
New Zealand police said in a statement today that the investigation into the hacking of Cryptopia is a complex investigation and all possibilities are considered. Police officials said they had not yet been able to explain the financial dimension of the attack, and that the investigation was at a very early stage.
On the other hand, today Cryptopia thief was trying to transfer some of the crypto coins to Binance. It was also determined that he transferred to the stock exchanges such as CoinExchange, Digifinex and Kucoin as well as the Thief Binance.
According to initial estimates, the thief has so far sent over 50,000 KNC, 55,000 ENJ and 31,300 MTL to Binance.
Changpeng Zhao: A high-risk maneuver for hackers
When the thief or the thieves transferred some of their crypto coins to Binance , Binance founder and CEO, Changpeng Zhao, made a statement. Zhao said, We checked and freeze some of the funds. I don’t understand why the hackers still keep sending money to Binance. This will be quickly reported on social media and we will freeze it. This is a high-risk maneuver for them.