Keanu Reeves “HODL”, Swiss Federal Councilor’s Data Leaked in Ledger Hack, Crypto Protocols Continue Be Exploited

Last week, cross-chain NFT marketplace Vulcan Forged lost $100 million in an attack, EOS-based Pizza reached a settlement with the hacker, and AscendEX promised to reimburse 100%.

Actor Keanu Reeves of The Matrix fame revealed that he owns cryptocurrency.

In an interview with Verge, the actor said a friend bought it for him. Keanu also said that he isn’t trading any of it and is all about HODLing.

“I have a little HODL,” he said.

While commenting on Metaverse, Reeves said he does not like the fact Facebook, which rebranded itself as Meta, is taking all the credit for it when the concept of Metaverse has been way old. Neal Stephenson coined the term “metaverse” in his popular 1994 novel Snow Crash.

“Can we just not have metaverse be like invented by Facebook…the concept is way older,” said Reeves.

Meanwhile, he said that while non-fungible tokens (NFTs) can’t be copied, they can be easily reproduced. Reeves also said that he is not against decentralized technologies like crypto or metaverse as long as Facebook stays out of it.

Understanding Crypto

Alain Berset, a Swiss federal councilor, is also invested in cryptocurrency, reported by the Swiss newspaper Le Matin Dimanche, which noted that Berset was the victim of a data breach after Ledger suffered a cyberattack in June last year.

Berset’s address, private email, and phone number were leaked in this hack.

Berset was reportedly previously unaware of the data breach at the company known for its hardware wallet. According to the newspaper, his address and phone number can now be found on the Dark Web.

Berset is the minister for Switzerland’s Department of Home Affairs, and a spokesman for the department confirmed to the publication that he “bought cryptocurrencies a few years ago privately, in order to understand how they work.”

It, however, is not known just how much he invested or if the politician still owns the cryptocurrency.

Hack After Hack

Hacks are nothing new in the crypto market; just last week, cross-chain NFT marketplace Vulcan Forged had its 4.5 million PYR tokens worth about $100 million stolen. This was the result of 148 wallets holding PYR tokens being compromised.

“While we will replace the PYR taken, our first steps are understanding what’s happened,” said the team on Twitter. They have asked exchanges to blacklist the address responsible for the hack.

Among the funds lost also include others such as ETH and MATIC. The team assured that they would reimburse those assets in the equivalent of PYR tokens. “We’ll replace your PYR and LAVA from our treasury,” it added.

Those who have had their funds from their Vulcan wallet stolen are asked to provide their email and MetaMask address so that they can replace the funds.

The Vulcan team is now removing the semi-custodial solution from its ecosystem and moving to a complete decentralized wallet setup.

Another project, Pizza, an EOS-based programmable financial gateway, had its $5 million worth of tokens stolen. The hacker used an exploit in eCurve to mint infinite tokens and then deposited them as collateral on the platform to drain its assets.

In collaboration with Slowmist, EOS Block Producers, ENF, and other projects, it reached a settlement with the hacker for $500,000 in exchange for 5,000 keys.

Yet another one, the digital asset trading platform AscendEX, was also hacked for $77.7 million on Ethereum, BSC, and Polygon.

Over the weekend, AscendEX identified a number of unauthorized transfers from one of its hot wallets, but the impacted assets were relatively small, it said. The team is collaborating with forensic firms and law enforcement regarding the hack and is in contact with centralized exchanges to blacklist relevant wallets.

“Cold wallets are unaffected, and any impacted users will be reimbursed 100%,” said the team.

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More Than $284 Million In DeFi Lost Through Hacks And Exploits Since 2019: Messari Research

More Than $284 Million In DeFi Lost Through Hacks And Exploits Since 2019: Messari Research

  • About $284 million in Decentralized Finance (DeFi) outfits based on Ethereum have been lost through hacks and exploits since 2019.
  • The popularity and unprecedented growth of decentralized finance (DeFi) have seen the sector become a soft target for exploiters and hackers.

In a report released by crypto data research firm Messari, DeFi platforms have so far lost more than $284.9 million to unscrupulous exploiters and hackers. The firm analyzed DeFi data from 2019. The report states that the lost figure represents about 0.65% of the entire amount currently in DeFi platforms within the Ethereum network.

Through their official Twitter account, Messari provided a breakdown of the findings.

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The research outfit stated that only a fraction of the lost fund is covered by the DeFi insurance, emphasizing the importance of insurance growth in the sector. Although $284 million is a large amount of money, it is important to note that at the moment, about $117.6 billion is locked in different DeFi platforms.

The report shows that flash loan attacks account for about 50 percent of all the hacks. This offers extra evidence that this is the most common exploitation method in the DeFi segment. It is no doubt that the majority of DeFi hacks have been in the form of flash loan attacks which in most cases capitalize on temporary price flaws.

Although there was a notable decline in crypto hacks last year, DeFi heists and attacks accounted for over half of the total attacks in the crypto sector during the year. This year, Cream Finance and Alpha Homora have fallen victims to unscrupulous attacks leading to the loss of huge amounts of funds. In February, Alpha Homora suffered the worst single attack in the DeFi sector, losing about $37.5 million.

DeFi hacks and exploits are not only found in the Ethereum chain since the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) has also suffered attacks in the recent past. A BSC-hosted platform, Uranium Finance, suffered a $50 million heist. The platform realized that the attacker took advantage of bugs within the platform’s smart contract siphoning the money during the expected token migration occasion.

Messari’s report explains that the time is ripe to embrace insurance protocols currently on the rise. Protocols such as Etherisc and Nexus Mutual can offer valuable cover to such hacks and exploits. These protocols can ensure investors do not lose their money when an attack occurs.

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Author: Joseph Kibe

SushiSwap Captures Bigger DEX Market Share; Lays Down 2021 Roadmap

While Uniswap lost 40% of its market share since August, Sushiswap gained 1,120% in just over 2 months. Meanwhile, the Sushi token price is fast approaching its ATH as the team shares what’s to come this year.

Decentralized exchange SushiSwap’s native token Sushi has been enjoying an uptrend of 790% since November.

The token, which is still 62% away from its all-time high of $12.5 made on Sept. 1st, started climbing upwards today ahead of the roadmap release as announced by the project lead 0xMaki on Friday.

Sushiswap actually accounts for 24.4% of all DEX volume, up from a mere 2% in late Oct., as per Dune Analytics. Meanwhile, Uniswap’s share has decreased from 70.65% in late Aug. to now 42.6%.

The second-largest DEX recorded a $3.2 billion volume in the last 7 days.

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In terms of count of unique addresses that traded, trailing the last 7 days, Sushiswap comes in 3rd with 8,414 number of traders followed by 1inch’s 13,236 and Uniswap’s 98,426.

Much like other metrics, the TVL (total value locked) of the project has also reached $1.7 billion, from merely $239 million in early November.

What’s Ahead?

The team is planning to move to a new domain this year as “we aren’t an AMM anymore moving forward but an OpenOrg part of the Yearn ecosystem,” revealed the roadmap. It will also support IPFS.

The governance transition could either be like the Aragon v2 model or like Synthetix to opt for Council of community members is expected to finish by Q4 of 2021.

DSD, FRAX, and BAO projects are already secured for integration in Q1 2021 besides cross-chain AMM enabled by Rune/Moonbeam and live testing version of Sushiswap on Kusama, MEV integration via ArcherDAO, shared the team.

The plan is to incentivize teams, wallets, dApps & protocols to build with Sushiswap via an emission enabled pool of 0.1x and provide technical support for projects natively integrating Sushiswap.

As per the roadmap, the team ticked off — no lockup so that it can integrate inside Aave-Maker, Keep3r auto-serving of reward, and Wrapped-SLP to be used in various money markets that are being worked on.

The team also introduced Mirin in addition to the Deriswap that comes with franchised pools, double yield, K3PR dynamic yield rebalancing, and integrated 1-Click Za among others.

As for BentoBox, Yearn.Finance creator Andre Cronje introduced with the Sushi-Yearn merger is ready for its soft launch in mid-January. The project has already been audited by Quantstamp & PeckShield but would see another round from Trail of Bits.

When it comes to Minimal Initial Sushi Offering (MISO), a token launchpad, the team is about done with the smart contracts. The v1 of the launchpad will have multiple features; freeze of SLP with vesting for teams, liquidity mining, ICBO, farms, auctions, and crowdsales.

For the layer 2 solution, Sushi will move in sync with the greater Yearn ecosystem. Meanwhile, the Onsen program will be announcing support for mid-tier and lower cap tokens to become accredited to participate in its liquidity mining program.

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Gold Is Trashed As USD Regains Strength; Will Bitcoin Hold Onto its Gains?

The traditional safe-haven asset has lost 5.6% of its value in three straight days of losses. The digital gold is still strong above $41k but the market needs to pay attention to the macro environment to see if USD gains take its toll.

Today, gold lost 3.14% of its value while USD gained some strength to move above 90 and Treasury yields made some recovery.

The yellow metal had a good couple of days entering into 2021 as it jumped back above $1,900, but it hasn’t been long that the bullion went down again.

Today the third day in a row that the precious metal has been going down, losing 5.6% of its value since Wednesday.

“It is the first week of January and the staying power for positions tends to be low so moves can get exaggerated,” Tom Fitzpatrick, a Citigroup’s technical strategist, told Bloomberg. Fitzpatrick has been the one that predicted a $318,000 BTC target.

The weakness in gold coincides with the greenback bottoming at 89.2 on Jan. 6 to find its way back above 90 after 10 days.

“Gold and metals getting trashed. The dollar incredibly bottomed on the elections … should have gone down, but didn’t. Rates behaved as expected, but the dollar turned,” noted trader and economist Alex Kruger.

Pay Attention

Unlike gold, the stock market continued its uptrend amidst the growing speculation on further stimulus but despite a sharp slowdown in US hiring.

With the U.S. President-elect Joe Biden getting full control of Congress after the two Democratic wins in Georgia’s Senate runoffs this week, the expectation for more stimulus and higher spending on economic reconstruction has been bolstered.

Bitcoin has also been making strong moves, with this week being yet another wild one for BTC in which the cryptocurrency went from $29,000 on Monday to nearly $42,000 today.

However, trader TheCryptoDog suggests to “pay attention to the macro environment,” adding, “Is the Fed really going to continue such wanton debasement of the dollar?”

Kruger also feels that “If this dollar trend were to continue for much longer it will likely take its toll on bitcoin.”

“This parabolic move upwards, with normally staid Wall Street firms including JP Morgan calling $146,000 as their price target for Bitcoin, and Guggenheim called $400,000, feels like it has a long way to go before exhausting,” is what Guy Hirsch, managing director for the U.S. at eToro believes. “It wouldn’t be all that surprising to see $100,000 at some point this year, given the current momentum.”

While making these new highs every day, Bitcoin has been time and again giving small pullbacks, only to make these daily tops support the very next day for another push higher.

But the market believes that despite being in this new paradigm, “brutal retracements are still possible.”

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YFI Plunge Might be Over After Record Number of Addresses Unload All their Tokens

In the past three days, the DeFi darling YFI has lost more than 36% of its value, going from $34,400 to $21,950 today.

At the time of writing, the 28th largest cryptocurrency with a market cap of $719 million, has been trading over $23,900, slightly in the red.

The governance token of Yearn.Finance has been plunging recently, which in part, is because of over 55% uptrend it experienced before that. Just this month, the token also hit a new all-time high of $43,678, and after such a peak, a correction is to be expected.

Moreover, the DeFi ecosystem at large hasn’t recovered from the losses yet, following the rally it has been recording from the past few months.

So, YFI is not alone in these losses; as a matter of fact, many like bzrx, SWRV, CRV, UMA, and MLN are down 60% to 85% in the past 30 days.

However, for YFI, there is an additional driver behind the downtrend.

As we reported, Eminence.finance was launched and exploited to drain $15 million, all within a few hours of the project getting in the limelight.

The unannounced and unaudited project was Yearn.Finance founder Andre Cronje’s creation.

Trader and economist Alex Kruger, who has been a YFI bull, revealed that he no longer holds any YFI as he took the profit. “My assessment made on the fly indicated YFI could crash. When shit hits the fan, it usually pays to react fast and hit it,” he said.

He further said trust in founder matters and “Cronje simply made the YFI trade more difficult.”

Kruger wasn’t alone in that given that on Sept. 29, with a 16% drop in price, the number of addresses that transferred out all their tokens and have zero balance reached its highest number ever at 1.72k addresses, as per IntoTheBlock.

In the EMN debacle, not only YFI’s communications lead was involved in promoting the project, but Cronje himself also retweeted Eminence.Finance’s ambiguous tweets.

“EMN is a Yearn product, contract deployed by Yearn #2 Blue muppet, a Yearn team member, shills EMN #3 Cronje talks surprise launches #4 Cronje promotes eminencefi while people buying EMN #5 EMN exploited, everyone gets rug pulled.”

To Cronje’s credit, the crypto community voted to be surprised by the project launch!

In the end, Degen investors might have learned a few things here, especially not to go all rushing-in in barely researched or audited projects.

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KuCoin Hack Update: 11 Crypto Projects Freeze the Stolen Tokens

Over the weekend, KuCoin lost about $275 million in BTC, XRP, BSV, XLM, TRX, stablecoins, ETH, and other ERC-20 tokens in a security breach. As we reported, the cryptocurrency exchange took full responsibility for the hack, obviously, and promised to cover all the losses through its Insurance Fund.

Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao believes this to be an “inside” job given how “incompetent” the hacker is.

Since then, the exchange has been in touch with the industry partners.

But what’s’ even more shocking, yet not surprising, has been the response of the crypto projects to this hack.

KuCoin has released the suspicious address list and asked the related parties to add them to the blocklist. The Crypto project did them even better by replacing the tokens altogether.

The most recent update came from Ampleforth, a stablecoin with an elastic supply that announced today that $14 million AMPL, 10% of its circulating supply, was stolen by KuCoin hackers, has been disabled by upgrading the contract.

“A contract upgrade was quickly deployed to disable transfers from the attacker,” tweeted the AMPL Organization, adding: “All of the stolen AMPL remain locked in full.”

AERGO, the hybrid blockchain project, also found the “fix” today. Out of the 13.3% of the Aergo supply on the exchange, 66.8M AERGO ERC-20 tokens are in the hand of the hacker, for which, AERGO will deploy a new smart contract and migrate AERGO to the new contract.

Tether has also frozen the stolen tokens — they were actually the first ones to take this step, the same day as the hack. Paolo Ardoino, the CTO of Bitfinex and Tether, said the millions worth of USDT tokens have been “successfully frozen.”

Frozen USDT involved 13 million EOS-based USDT, 20 million ETH-based USDT, 1 million Omni-based USDT, and another 1 million Tron-based USDT were frozen.

Tether is actually infamous for taking such steps, which runs in double digits.

Other projects that made the same move include Velo Labs that will re-deploy and replace each (122 million tokens worth $75.7 million) VELO.

VIDT_Datalink freezes the 14.49 million VIDT tokens (worth about $7.2 million) and Covesting 3.12 million COV tokens (worth about $600K).

Silent Notary has announced that they will re-issue new SNTR and replace 78.9 billion affected SNTR tokens (worth about $90K) along with NOIA Network replacing about 81 million affected NOIA tokens (worth about $5 million) via a new smart contract.

Orion has already completed the Token SWAP of 3.82 million ORN tokens (worth about $9.5 million) and KardiaChain of 525 million KAI tokens (worth about $10.2 million) while Opacity is accelerating the planned Token SWAP.

With these moves, more than 50% of the stolen funds have been frozen by the protocols behind the stolen cryptos.

“If you can freeze it, it isn’t “crypto,” It’s completely fucking centralized,” commented Dan Held, growth lead at crypto exchange Kraken.

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DeFi’s Speculative Frenzy Subduing Ethereum; Users Approaching 500k

During the bloody red Monday, Ether lost about 10.6% of its value; currently, it is trading around $340.

These levels were last seen earlier this month, but another small lower and Ether will get back to July level.

“Weekly time frame still looking like a bearish retest of the previous range ($390s). Bitcoin looking better on the weekly, but also pulling back from daily resistance,” noted trader Cred.

With a lull in price came the opportunity to make cheaper transactions on the second-largest network. Not that the sky-high fees prevented users from doing that, as evident from the drastic congestion seen last week.

DEX Extravaganza

Currently, the average transaction fees on Ethereum is around $3.56, down from $11.6 on Sept. 17, the day popular DEX Uniswap airdropped its governance token UNI.

Uniswap is the project that accounts for the highest gas spent. In the past 30 days, Uniswap V2 was responsible for spending $12.7 million in gas.

It is also the largest decentralized exchange by trading volume that generates nearly $1.5 million in fees per day, less than Ethereum’s $5.2 million but more than Bitcoin’s just over $500k, as per TradeBlock.

The trading volume on DEXs overall has also been hitting a new all-time high. More than $17 billion in notional volume has already been transacted so far in September, double the August’s volume and an increase of 400% since July.

DEXs have seen explosive growth in recent months on the back of increased capital flows in DeFi tokens, which don’t need a formal listing process. All this speculative frenzy of activity results in driving up ETH gas fees.

With traders desperate to get ahead of their peers and willing to pay outrageous prices for a confirmation, the Ethereum fees proved to be inelastic, which has some projects even abandoning the network as it makes their project economically unviable.

Can even ETH 2.0 handle it?

The overwhelming demand for Ether has been going on for the past three months, which saw the daily transactions on the network hitting a new peak at 1.4 million, up from 1.34 million set at the height of last bull run, in early Jan. 2018, as per Etherscan.

This is why ETH continues to flow out of centralized exchanges and into smart contracts. Since August 15th, the balance of ETH has decreased by 11.6%, with 2.2 million ETH withdrawn from exchanges while the amount of Ether in smart contracts increased by 3.4 million.

DeFi currently has nearly 8 million ETH locked compared to 16.6 million on centralized exchanges, as per Glassnode.

The innovation in DeFi space is also drawing users in like crazy, currently just under 500k, up from 98k at the beginning of 2020 and a mere 8,325 on January 1st, 2019.

This raises the question of whether ETH 2.0 will really be able to handle this growth.

“(ETH 2.0) starts with 64 shards at first, so it should be able to handle at least 64x more usage (potentially even more if we get some L2 adoption as well),” said David Lach.

Although the first step towards ETH 2.0 has been taken, the path to launch is long and arduous, as such layer-2 applications present another solution with Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin himself endorsing the likes of OMG, Loopring, and Zk-sync.

With high gas fees also burning the profits of exchanges, with Coinbase now passing this directly onto users, an increasing push towards these solutions has been seen. Tether is already implementing Zk-roll ups; many apps are also turning to side chains such as xDai.

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Yet Another Crypto Hedge Fund Bites the Dust

Crypto hedge fund Neural Capital has lost half of its money since launching during the bull run of 2017. The firm is now in the process of refunding money to investors, reported CoinDesk citing three people familiar with the matter.

Neural Capital managed over $13 million by 2019, and by the end of December, its digital assets were liquidated. The company that raised $250,000 from over 40 investors still has some cash held in their escrow.

This year the company stopped submitting its filing to the state of California and the federal agency. At the same time, it has already withdrawn its registration with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in December.

Neural Capital isn’t the first crypto hedge fund to collapse; in 2020, several funds have closed.

Just last week, Tetras Capital called it quits after it posted a 75% loss since its launch in 2019. The New York-based fund was managing north of $33 million for over 60 investors who contributed $100,000 apiece.

A Crypto Fund Research report had stated that at least 68 of cryptocurrency hedge funds closed internationally last year, almost double from 2018.

Bitcoin meanwhile is back into action as it continues to make new 2020 highs, driving its store of value narrative, especially after it hit $10,000, which is yet against fueling a speculative frenzy just like in 2017.

Earlier this year, in February, Bitcoin hit $10k only to crash just like all the other assets due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The mad rush to trade digital assets for cash at that time got worse as people were using large amounts of debt to back their trading, leading many crypto hedge funds to close.

But since March crash bitcoin has been recovering spectacularly with names like billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones calling bitcoin a hedge against inflation. The hedge fund shark has 1% to 2% of his assets held in the digital currency. Also, bitcoin’s volatility makes it a winner to some risk-hungry hedge funds.

Thanks to all the money printing the US Federal Reserve is doing; it only makes Bitcoin more attractive to the investors — retail and institutions alike.

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Russian Court Denies Appeal for $900K Compensation for Stolen Bitcoin; It’s Not Property

A victim of a kidnapping in Russia who lost $90,000 worth of Russian Rubles and 99.7 in stolen Bitcoin, appealed to the court almost two years ago, to force the kidnappers to return his stolen bitcoin worth about $900,000 when the crime was committed.

However, the judge ruled against the victim, citing Bitcoin is not a legal tender in the country and is not deemed as property and thus cannot be returned.

The judge ruled the kidnappers must return a portion of the stolen Russian Rubel and sentenced them to 7-10 years of prison. The court order denying the victim possession of his stolen bitcoin could still be challenged in a higher court.

Russian government and regulators have maintained a passive stance on crypto despite them trying to regulate it under current property laws. Despite the court orderings and several deadlines, the status of cryptocurrencies in Russia is still uncertain.

The latest draft bill titled “On Digital Financial Assets,” recommends stricter measures to curb the use of digital currencies. However, if the bill is approved, it would categorize Bitcoin as a property that the victim can use to claim his stolen bitcoins back.

While the country hasn’t taken any concrete steps to legalize the trading or use of crypto, Russia saw a massive boom in usage during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The lockdown imposed by almost all severely hit countries for a couple of months saw a complete restriction on accessing public services, including banks. This forced the public to look for alternatives.

Russia Not Keen on Having an Alternate Financial System

Most of the countries believe legalizing bitcoin would put their financial sovereignty at risk as people would start jumping ships to a newer form of currency. This is the reason many countries are reluctant to regulate bitcoin or cryptocurrencies, including Russia. Even those countries which have regulated it has made it legal only for trading and not to use as a tender.

The Russian Central Bank holds a similar view and believes bitcoin cannot be granted a legal tender status, however, many other Russian government agencies believe banning is not an option as it would create a black market outside the jurisdictions of the government and it could also impact the flourishing blockchain industry in the country.

The Ministry of Economic Development believes a ban on cryptocurrencies could force a nascent sector out of the country, which would then cause an adverse effect on its economy in the long term.

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Investor Losses His Entire Bitcoin Savings in a Hardware Phishing Scam

In a tragic event, Eric Savics, the host of the ”Protocol Podcast” lost all his bitcoin savings — 12 BTC worth over $100k — that he accumulated over 7 years in a hardware phishing attack.

“I had all of my Bitcoin stolen from me in a hardware wallet phishing scam. Has anyone ever successfully retrieved stolen Bitcoin? Any help or guidance would be appreciated,” tweeted Savics.

Since reaching out to the community, many have offered a helping hand.

“Sorry for your loss; never enter a seed phrase into a computer,” said Jameson Lopp, CTO of Casa.

While trader NebraskanGooner came forward to buy him a Trezor for safekeeping of the bitcoin from now on, other traders Josh Rager and Cantering Cark wanted to help by sending some BTC.

“I’ve gotten a shitload of DMs asking for access to my RSI script and declined them all. I’ll make an exception. Send .02 btc to the address below and dm me the txid and I’ll add you. Lets get this guy back on his feet,” said trader CryptoGainz.

Binance CEO, Changpeng Zhao offered to put the receiving address in the blacklist.

Many more have come forward to help Savics to help build some of his BTC balance back up.

Fake Bitcoin Wallet Extensions Running Rampant

Savics put on a video on Twitter where he talked about how he has been building up his bitcoin stash since 2014 and had been using the KeepKey Bitcoin wallet on his desktop. While downloading its corresponding app, he ended up downloading a malicious version of the wallet from the Google Chrome store.

Upon entering his recovery phase — 12-words mnemonic seed used to create a wallet and generate a private key, all his BTC were then stolen.

Savics also shared a screenshot and realized it had a typo, “the scammers spelt the phrase wrong.”

Cryptocurrency exchange ShapeShift, which operates the KeepKey wallet, had warned last week that fake KeepKey apps are being advertised in the Google Chrome store.

“We will never ask you for your 12 word seed phrase, if anyone does that is a scam. Phishing attempts, such as these fake wallet apps, can lead to users losing their crypto,” the exchange had warned.

This is not the first time something like this has happened. Crypto market is still running rampant with scams and fake crypto wallet apps and extensions have long been a problem. In April, Google removed 49 fake crypto wallet extensions that were impersonating the popular wallets like Trezor, Ledger, and MyEtherWallet.

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