“Digital currencies (Crypto) aren’t on the edge of a collapse.” There were the controversial words conveyed by Joseph Lubin, an Ethereum (ETH) co-founder and Consensys founder, during a recent appearance on CNBC’s “First On CNBC” segment.”Traders of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies who had their assets at the small Canadian Exchange, MapleChangeEx are now counting their losses following a hack at the end of last week. The exchange said that some people were able to exploit a bug and withdrawing all the exchanges including customer funds. You can see a tweet from the exchanges official Twitter below
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We have not disappeared guys. We simply turned off our accounts temporarily to think this solution through. We cannot refund everyone all their funds, but we will be opening wallets to whatever we have left so people can (hopefully) withdraw their funds.— MapleChange (@MapleChangeEx) October 28, 2018