Bitcoin Trading Platform Announces Huge Downtime Following Cyber-Attack

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An anonymous reader writes: BitQuick, a US-based Bitcoin trader has announced that it will shut down its platform for up to 2 to 4 weeks following a cyber-attack this week. The platform took this step because it has not yet identified how the hackers infiltrated their systems. It is unusual for companies to take down their systems for weeks, but after the recent Cryptsy and LoanBase hacks, the company is not willing to lose millions of dollars worth of Bitcoin. BitQuick announced clients of the incident, and 97% already withdrew their funds from the platform. Read more of this story at Slashdot.

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Bitcoin Trading Platform Announces Huge Downtime Following Cyber-Attack

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