Kraken Сites Phishing Not Breach on its Exchange

Kraken Сites Phishing Not Breach on its Exchange

The Kraken support team has drawn to the attention of Cointelegraph its recent blogpost in response to various claims of compromised accounts and stolen funds on the exchange. In the last month, CoinTelegraph received two separate mails from alleged Kraken users who claim their accounts were compromised after a reported security breach on the Kraken system. Kraken was not hacked. Both cases were presented to Kraken for clarification before our articles were published about them in July and August. But in a response on Monday August 15, Kraken says the claims of a breach could be as a....


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