Reports about Poloniex exchange crash earlier in the day have left many wondering whether it was genuine or malpractice. The exchange was undergoing scheduled maintenance when users experienced unanticipated downtime. […]
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Early March 2nd, 2020 the exchange Poloniex.com began a process of embezzlement of an unknown number of user accounts funds. The funds, primarily a crypto currency called STEEM were loaded into the Poloniex account, with the amount embezzled equalling roughly 2,283,437.60 STEEM, which was locked away in a manner making it impossible for users to access their funds for trading or withdrawal from the exchange.
The founder of TRON and CEO of BitTorrent, Justin Sun, has said he supported Poloniex decision, despite the team making their decision
The trading platform Poloniex has been scrutinized for its relationship with Tron after deciding to delist Digibyte (DGB) from the trading platform.
Jared Tate, the founder of the well-known blockchain platform DigiByte, as well as its native DGB digital asset, has been taking to Twitter a lot recently over the past few weeks to spark a war