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Bitstamp Reopens with a Revamped Website

Taking after a malevolent assault that brought about give or take $5 million value of bitcoins being stolen, bitcoin trade Bitstamp is currently back online and continuing operations, this time with a recently patched up site.

Organization CEO Nejc Kodric took to the Bitstamp website to offer the accompanying clarification to clients:

“Dear Bitstamp clients,

We are cheerful to advertise that we are back open for business with a recently redeployed site and backend frameworks that are more secure and more secure than at any other time. Much obliged to you for your understanding amid our brief disturbance of administrations not long from now.”

The site goes ahead to state:

“We took the choice to remake our frameworks from the beginning from a safe reinforcement for a couple of reasons. By redeploying our framework from a protected reinforcement onto totally new equipment, we had the capacity safeguard the proof for a full criminological examination of the wrongdoing. We have likewise taken this time to execute various new efforts to establish safety and conventions so clients can resume utilizing Bitstamp with full certainty and trust. While this choice means we have not possessed the capacity to give you with administrations to various days, we feel this additional measure of safeguard was to the greatest advantage of our clients.”

The trade is presently offering various new gimmicks to increase security in light of the hacking, including multi-sig characteristics, a totally new fittings framework, Amazon web administrations and without commission exchanging.

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