Noatu te mau parau fafau, Binance did not go online in the morning. Hau atu i te hoe mahana e i teie nei, technical work began on the stock exchange, which should only lead to a “temporary decline in productivity,” but eventually stopped the work of the exchange and dragged on for an indefinite period. Inanahi, Binance UPOO Changpeng Jao ua papai i nia i te Twitter e, te vai ra te fifi ite-ore-i roto i tana mau parau, e e titau oia i te hamani-faahou-synchronization i te pue itepiri, e rave na i te mau hora e rave rahi.
I te 8.00 i roto i Berlin, Jao-faahou-hia te parau i nia i te ohipa, ma te parau e, te rorouira, te tamata nei e toru ravea no te synchronization, duidui i roto i te tere: 1-2 hora, 5 hora e 9 hora to. I teie taime e mea papu maitai e, te mau ravea i te haapae i te maa na eiaha te ohipa. Na roto i te mau parau api roa ae, te “tiai i te mau parau hopea” i teie nei, e i te vahi, the resumption of trading is expected at 15.00 on Berlin. Within an hour before the stock exchange is online, users will be able to cancel orders. E hau atu, the team announced that as a token of gratitude for “continuing support”, the exchange will reduce the commission to 0.03% per transaction until February 24.
Despite the fact that Changpeng Jao has repeatedly stated that the Exchange is offline solely because of technical work, and denied the hacker attack, some users still think it’s a hack. I roto i te mau mea, comments from the exchange were demanded by John McAfee, saying that “no company has admitted to the hacker attack until it was forced.” Last night, McAfee wrote on his Twitter that he “does not try to sow FUD,” but he receives dozens of messages with information about hacking the stock exchange. To the post is attached a screenshot, under which, under the Binance logo, the exchange allegedly admits itself that it was attacked. And although someone supported Makafi, many accused the crypto expert of unsupported information and dubious evidence: “The picture sent by some” yellow “group – so you prove the facts?”, “Never heard of photoshop? matured, “” you’re a security expert. ”
Makafi insisted that he “just asks a question” and as a security expert knows that “if the attack did happen and attempts to return funds were not taken immediately, the chances of recovering them are reduced to zero within 24 hours.” Tera ra, Binance CEO, who answered many tweets, said that the programmer still “distributes FUD”, and assured: “We will prove that you are mistaken.” In response to the charges, Binance posted a tweet with untouched bitcoins and Ethereum addresses:
Not trying to spread FUD, but I have received dozens of reports like this one. I'm just trying to understand. As a security researcher, I know that potential hacks are far more easy to solve if investigated immediately. Days later magnifies the task by orders of manitude. pic.twitter.com/u1PL9Z4tGf
— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) Fepuare 8, 2018
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Te taata papai: Richard Abermann