Last Updated on May 23, 2021 by Jason
The American government has asked people affected by the hack in 2017 that resulted in $1.4 million cryptocurrency being stolen to get in touch with them. The Secret Service and Office of the United States Attorney announced the request, after Anthony Tyler Nashatka was indicted for the incident.
Nashatka, along with another conspirator, attempted to gain hold of hundreds of private keys from EtherDelta’s exchange platform, so that they could steal their cryptocurrency.
The crypto was then placed into a wallet who Nashatka had control of. $800,000 came from one victim. Anyone who has concerns or questions about their account with EtherDelta is asked to fill out a form that they can find on the website of the Department of Justice.