has swiftly recovered from the $41.3 million hack and has resumed its services just five hours after the security breach. This remarkable development comes as blockchain security firms estimated substantial losses incurred during the breach, and‘s ability to bounce back so swiftly underscores the resilience of the cryptocurrency industry.

The Swift Recovery from faced a major setback when it reported unauthorized transactions from its hot wallets on September 4th. Blockchain security firms estimated that hackers had managed to pilfer at least $41 million during the incident. However, despite the significant loss, managed to bounce back impressively.

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The platform confirmed that all services resumed at 9:28 pm UTC time on the same day, just a few hours after acknowledging the unauthorized transactions on its ETH/BNB Chain hot wallets. While didn’t initially disclose the cause of the exploit or the precise amount stolen, the platform assured users that their funds remained secure.

Estimating the Losses

Blockchain security firm Beosin conducted a comprehensive analysis and calculated the total loss to be $41.35 million. This staggering figure included $15.7 million on Ethereum, $7.8 million on Polygon, and an additional $17.8 million from the BNB Smart Chain. Notably, a previous estimate by PeckShield had not accounted for the $25.6 million allegedly lost on BNB Chain and Polygon, as pointed out by on-chain analyst ZachXBT.

The breach unfolded with the attacker initiating the first transaction at 12:48 pm UTC, transferring roughly $3.9 million worth of stablecoin Tether from Stake to their account. Subsequent transactions saw over 6,000 Ether, valued at approximately $9.8 million at current prices, being moved.

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The attacker continued their spree by withdrawing various tokens, including about $1 million in USD Coin, $900,000 worth of Dai, and 333 Stake Classic (STAKE), amounting to the initial $15.7 million on the Ethereum network.


The rapid recovery of and the resumption of its services just hours after a $41.3 million hack showcases the resilience and adaptability of the cryptocurrency industry. While the incident serves as a stark reminder of the persistent security challenges in the crypto world,’s swift response offers a glimmer of hope for users and investors. As the crypto sector continues to evolve, incidents like this highlight the importance of robust security measures and ongoing vigilance to protect digital assets.

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