In February, a hacker gained access to a bitcoin wallet belonging to one of the largest bitcoin exchanges in the world, Mt.
The hack forced the exchange to halt withdrawals from all accounts and banned some users from the platform, while Mt.
Gox’s chief executive Mark Karpeles said the company was investigating the incident.
A month later, the company said it was also considering shutting down its bitcoin exchange and had begun the process of closing the Mt.gox-linked accounts.
Bitcoin is a decentralized cryptocurrency that was created in 2009.
It is widely used by people around the world to send and receive payments for goods and services.
Bitcoin exchanges and wallet providers such as Mt., which have been hacked in the past, have been targeted in recent years by hackers with the aim of stealing customer data.
A cyberattack on Mt.gur, one of Bitcoin’s most popular bitcoin wallets, took down the exchange’s servers on January 31.
The attack has led to the loss of customer funds and the loss for bitcoin users of their private keys, which allow them to transfer bitcoins from one account to another.
Gur claims to be the world’s second largest bitcoin wallet.