Cryptocurrency industry commentators have poured scorn on decentralized exchange platform Bancor after hackers stole around $12 million July 9. Bancor Hack Cause Remains Unknown Bancor, which shot to fame in 2017 when it raised over $150 million in three hours during its ICO, confirmed the hack in an update Tuesday. Malicious parties originally attempted to […] read whole article

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