In August-September, Bitcoin wallet Electrum was hacked twice, and according to multiple sources, at least 1,450 BTCs worth $11.6 million were stolen from phishing attacks that faked Electrum upgrade tips.
Exchange wallet balance: BTC balance increased 1.00% and USDT balance increased 14.26%. This week's exchange BTC wallet balance was 2.419701 million BTC, up 1.00%; exchange USDT balance was 3,318.32 million USDT, up 14.26%; and the current total USDT circulation (including Omni, ERC-20, TRC-20) was $10,780.4 million, up 1.37% from the same period last week
Dash Electrum 18.104.22.168 was released, renamed Dash-Electrum, adding the option to use Tor Proxy at startup, according to Dash Coin. DASH is now trading at $159, down 3.26 percent.
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Open v0.14.0.0 monero-wallet-gui.app (MAC OS X) or monero-wallet-gui.exe (Windows).
ZClassic (ZCL) has released a beta version of the ZCL Electrum wallet.
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This isn't the first time electrum has appeared in a fake version. In December, nearly $1 million of BTC was stolen when hackers developed a fake encrypted wallet, Electrum. 1 this year.
Bitcoin Wallet Electrum confirms a phishing attack against its users, reminding them not to download Electrum Wallet software from any channel other than the official website. Earlier media reports said Electrum users had maliciously stolen millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrencies. Hackers create Electrum wallet software with malicious code, induce users to download, and trick users into providing login information such as passwords to commit theft.
Lightning support in Electrum has been around for a long time. Thomas Voegtlin, the founder of Electrum, first told CoinDesk last summer that Lightning would take it to the next version.