Japanese exchange Liquid has lost over $80 million worth of cryptocurrencies in a security breach.
The exchange took to Twitter to reveal the wallets that were affected by the attack.
So far, Liquid has suspended withdrawals and deposits and is currently moving its assets into cold storage. And although the company is yet to verify how much was lost in the attack, it has promised to provide regular feedback while further investigations are ongoing.
Meanwhile, based on the addresses linked to the attack, it appears the attacker was able to steal almost $60 million worth of ETH and ERC-20 tokens, in addition to 107 BTC, 11 million XRP, and 9 million TRX.
Unconfirmed reports suggest that the compromised wallets held deposits belonging to crypto yield provider Celsius Network.
In April, Celsius integrated with Liquid to offer its customers accumulated returns on digital asset investments. The partnership made Liquid one of the first fiat-to-crypto exchanges to support Celsius’s native CEL token.
This is not the first time that Liquid is experiencing a security breach. In November 2018, the platform was compromised, exposing the personal information of its users to hackers.
Meanwhile, fellow exchange KuCoin has responded to the recent development by blacklisting the addresses involved in the attack.
The latest event comes a week after a white hat hacker exploited a bug on Poly Network, allowing him to withdraw over $600 million worth of cryptocurrencies.