Exchange, remittance cryptocurrency, confused recipients and lost $ 35 million
Brazilian crypto currency exchange Bitcambio by mistake, has transferred about $35 million to one of its users, ordered the withdrawal of a modest $127. It is reported MyCrypter.
Shortly after the transfer, the representatives of the exchange called “lucky” Kaku Nunez (Kaique Nunes). He núñez told reporters that an employee of the exchange notified him about the transfer and asked him to sign some documents at the notary. Kaku thought that some hacker managed to get his personal details and now trying to get a sample of his signature, therefore the request of the stock exchange was ignored.
About the adventure of núñez wrote in the group in Facebook dedicated to the cryptocurrency. As it turned out, the group administrator was a certain Rodrigo Souza (Rodrigo Souza) relevant to Bitcambio. He told Nulesu error exchange. As has been said Sousa, given the size of the transaction to rescind a written agreement was necessary. According to him, the exchange will cover all expenses Nunez associated with the visit to the notary
Now the sides are working on a solution caused by the error problem
Napomynaet, bitcoin exchange Rate on 6 December 2018, on Thursday, fell below the critical level of 4 thousand dollars and plans to update the annual minimum.
The total capitalization of the cryptocurrency market per day decreased by 84 million, to 125,269 billion. The daily trading volume of the stock market decreased by 103 million to 13,501 billion. The total capitalization of bitcoin has risen to 67,581 billion. The dominance of the major bitcoin has grown to the level of 53.9 %.
Wednesday 5 December, as of 19:00, bitcoin exchange rate BTC/USD is at level 3 832 USD. The price of bitcoin fell by $ 200 in comparison with yesterday.
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