In its blog post on Monday, Coinrail declared it had stopped its services after a “cyber intrusion” in its systems on Sunday morning. Without revealing the exact amounts stolen, Coinrail displayed some of the stolen ERC-20 tokens, namely NPXS tokens from Pundi X, a payment project; ATC from Aston X, a decentralized document project and; NPER tokens from the namesake decentralized IP project.
The heaviest hit was Pundi X, that said the hackers made away with a general of 2,619,542,080 NPXS tokens, approx. $19.5 million at the time of the theft. Data from a wallet address allegedly associated with the hacker has also pointed to 93 million (approx. $13.8 million) in ATX tokens and 831 million DENT coins, nearly $6 million in value, as well as a number of other tokens from projects including Jibrel Network, Storm, Kyber Network, B2BCoin and over $1 million in TRX tokens from Tron. The common value of the stolen tokens at the time of the attack reached $40 million.
The remaining one-third of coins are being investigated with investigators, relevant exchanges and coin developers.
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Coinrail affirmed that 70% of its common coin reserves have been dislocated to an offline cold wallet and stay secure. Two-thirds of remaining 30 percent of token compromised have been frozen or recalled via consultation with developers like Pundi X and communication with exchanges like IDEX, according to the operator.