The New Zealand-based cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia has been working on getting back on its feet after it was hacked twice in January. In order to maintain transparency, the exchange created a CoinInfo page to check the status of the coins.
Cryptopia provided the link of this page to users and informed them about what the chart represents,
“We are making progress on securing our wallets, you can check the status here:
Offline means the coins have not been checked yet.
In Maintenance means coin has been secured.
The maintenance message will detail the impact the event had on that coin.”
According to information presented by the CoinInfo page, most of the top 10 cryptocurrencies have not been checked yet. This list includes tokens that have been listed on the exchange, like Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH], Litecoin [LTC], EOS, Bitcoin Cash [BCH], and Tron [TRX]. XRP, Binance Coin [BNB], and Stellar Lumens [XLM] are not listed on the exchange. However, the listed offline tokens have ‘Active’ listing status.
Since the coins have not been checked yet, the impact that the hack had on these coins is still unknown.
Cryptopia previously informed users that they had secured 35% of the coins to new wallets. The exchange will have to secure all the coins listed in order to get full functionality. The exchange also opened the option for users to cancel orders, a move that was welcomed by users of the exchange. The exchange had posted,
“As we work towards full re-launch of the platform, we have now enabled the ability for users to cancel their standing orders. The API is still disabled, so you will need to cancel through the website.”
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