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Virwox Exchange is Shutting Down

M. Ali




The Virtual World Exchange (VirWox) sent an email to its users stating that it will be shutting down it’s online platform by January 6th, 2020. VirWox exchange has been online since 2007 and offers a variety of trading services including the option to buy Bitcoin using PayPal.

VirVox sent an email to its clients

VirWox is one of the world’s oldest online currency exchanges. It has become a leading independent exchange for virtual currency trading. VirWoX primarily serves as a market for Second Life Lindens (SLL), a virtual currency used in the virtual game, Second Life. Currently, VirWox is one of the only platforms that allows you to purchase Bitcoin through PayPal.

VirWox Website

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Exit Scam? Dubai-Based Crypto Exchange ADAX Vanishes With Users’ Funds

M. Ali




Dubai-Based Crypto Exchange ADAX Vanishes With Users’ Funds

Dubai based cryptocurrency exchange ADAX.AE AKA “The Arab Digital Asset Exchange” has vanished and it looks like ADAX exchange might become the latest exit scam in crypto projects.

It seems the exchange’s owners have decided to pull an exit scam and disappear with hundreds of thousands of dollars in cryptocurrency belonging to its users mostly from Arabic speaking countries.

The exchange website is offline and all of it’s Facebook and Twitter accounts were noted to be offline. LinkedIn accounts for key employees have also been scrubbed.

ADADX Exchane Exit Scam
A screenshot taken from ADAX exchange before the website goes offline along with its social media accounts

ADAX has been operating since 2017, an had thousands of active Arab speaking traders. The exchange was promoted heavily on social media platforms as well as Telegram channels.

Before pulling the exit scam. ADAX exchange has launched its own crypto coin Arab Coin (ARB) that was traded exclusively on its platform and has hosted couple of successful IEOs (Initial exchange offering) for couple of crypto projects such as MenaPay. Unfortunately, we could not verify the exact trading volume at the exchange.

According to, Sami El Dwieb is the CEO of ADAX exchange. Dwieb’s contact details appears when performing a domain whois for the

Adax domain whois

Some Arabic speaking crypto traders have posted couple of videos speaking about the alleged ADAX exit scam.

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Nano is Listed on Kraken Exchange

June G. Bauer



Nano is lised on Kraken

The US-based cryptocurrency exchange has listed Nano (NANO) coin on its platform. Nano trading went live on November 6, 2019, at 13:30 UTC.

NANO had a decent 11% price spike after the listing news. Yet it seems that some whale traders have decided to take profit and dump the coin.

NANO’s Price after Kraken listing- Image from TradingView

Nano is a very simple but effective protocol, it has seen a massive influx in user-created apps and POS implementations. It doesn’t rely on expensive mining operations or reward mechanisms or trust quorums or consensus algorithms of flawed human design.

What is NANO cryptocurrency?

Initially named Raiblocks, NANO is an open-source blockchain project that was created by Colin LeMahieu in 2015. NANO is the only cryptocurrency that support the “block-lattice architecture” instead of the traditional singular blockchain. In Block Lattice, each user is assigned their own blockchain, which is called account-chain.

NANO USD Price Chart

What is Kraken Exchange?

Kraken cryptocurrency exchange was founded by Jesse Powell in 2011 and it’s considered one of the largest and oldest Bitcoin exchanges in the world. Kraken also ranks as a top-four exchange in its order book depth, the liquidity it provides and total traded volume.

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BitMex is Having a Bad Day

M. Ali





Another bad day for BitMex. The exchange’s official twitter account has been hacked and thousands of its customer email addresses were leaked online. BitMex is the world’s largest Bitcoin derivative trading exchange.

Today around 1:53 PM GMT, Bitmex‘s twitter posted two tweets that were deleted after only three minutes. One read “Hacked” and the other said “Take Your BTC and run. Last day for withdrawals.”

Source: @CryptoDeleted

A new twitter account that was created today that goes by the name of Bitmexdatabaseleak posted 53 tweets about some leaked BitMex’s customer IDs.

And earlier today, Bitmex had another serious security incident resulting in the email addresses of many of its users being leaked by mistake.

A newsletter email was send out by BitMEX tp some of it’s customers, all the recipient email addresses were simply added as “To” rather than as “Bcc.” This means that every person’s email who was on the list of recipients was visible to everyone who received it.

Source @sakuraricebird

BitMEX confirms that the funds are safe.

Following this, Binance exchange tweeted that they are aware of the large-scale user email leak from another exchange and encouraging affected users who trade both on BitMEX and Binance to change their email addresses asap to prevent any troubles with their accounts on Binance.

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