The company had said that more than 27 corporate partners -- including Visa, Mastercard and companies like Uber -- had pledged to support the project.
Bitrue explained in an official tweet that a hacker exploited a vulnerability in its Risk Control team's second review process to access the personal funds of about 90 Bitrue users, Mashable reports.
The accused have been identified as Ashish Malik and case has been registered against him under section 66 C, D of the IT Act-2008 and Section 419, 420, 120 (B) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and section 5 of Andhra Pradesh Protection of Depositors of Financial Establishments Act 1999," said police.
New York: After Facebook and Twitter, Google has cracked down on malicious cryptocurrency mining extensions on its Chrome platform. Until...