REPORT: Binance Gives $200K to Investigators Who Helped Identify Actors Behind 2018 Attack | CoinDesk

By Googler | Blockchain Announcements | 11 Nov 2020

Daniel Palmer, CoinDesk's longest-tenured contributors, and news editors who have authored over 750 stories for the site, a few moments ago published an article where he said that *Cryptocurrency exchange Binance has followed through with its pledge to reward anyone helping bring about the arrest of the bad actors who attacked the exchange in March 2018 and stole from users in a phishing campaign.*

He's also mentioned how exactly BTC's are stolen:

A direct attack on Binance by the attackers saw no losses from the exchange, according to a blog post at the time. However, around 566 bitcoin (now worth around $8.8 million) was taken from 142 users through the phishing campaign’s fake sites between Dec. 19, 2017, and March 2, 2018, according to the DoJ indictment. At least some of the cryptocurrency was placed in a Bitfinex account “controlled by Kamasavidi.”

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