Atomic Wallet hack leads to at least $35M in stolen crypto asset

A cyberattack on crypto wallet Atomic Wallet has resulted in at least $35 million worth of crypto assets being stolen since June 2, according to ZachXBT. The five most significant losses account for $17 million. 

“Think it could surpass $50m. Keep finding more and more victims sadly,” said Twitter user ZachXBT, who is an on-chain investigator known for tracing stolen crypto funds and assisting with hacked projects.

The biggest victim of the Atomic Wallet was an individual who reportedly lost $7.95 million in Tether. 

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