Update: 03/09/2018 DIBCOIN Token Swap: problem solved
DIBCOIN was hacked for over 300 million DIBCOIN on November 29, 2017. Its seems that the incident was isolated towards certain targets of the DIBCOIN executive team like Honson Luma, the former Vice President of Sunshine Capital (SCNP) and DIB Funding and the creator of the cryptocurrency, DIBCOIN. Honson states that he got a phone call on the same day from the hacker who demanded a ransom in which he hung up the phone after he recognized he was talking to an external attacker. Honson indicated that the hacker was able to steal 238,618,847 DIBC from the company Legacy Wallet – 1FsEA38e3XqGDLvcZ1iaYMFU8tHUQ1xnKM.
The bandit is holding funds in the following address – http://omniexplorer.info/lookupadd.aspx?address=16SoUGKhsxucDJLRdr78mzwRX8h1HJnKd and https://omniexplorer.info/lookupadd.aspx?address=1769wRqPiVUgzyEHeAWpLS6vVD9wG51bxi
The DIBCOIN team is monitoring the address above closely. DIBCOIN is an unmanaged Security Token and we will not swap any of the stolen tokens. We are in the process of working with Livecoin Exchange to halt trading while we can plan a reissuance of the upgraded version of DIBCOIN. If you receive any DIBCOIN from the above address, or from any downstream address that receives these tokens, we advise you to not accept them. The addresses have been flagged and will not be eligible to swap for the upgraded version of DIBCOIN.
The DIBCOIN team will provide further updates as they become available. We like to say we appreciate the shareholders patience while we are going through this decline. Please understand that we are working to remedy the situation in a way that is beneficial for each DIBCOIN Shareholder.
Company site: https://dibcoin.io.
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