Coinrail announced an incident on its site, which states that a user seems to have carried a large amount of ICO tokens from the company's servers.
The transaction was announced via a message on the company's website, where he admitted that the hacker had stolen Pundi X (NPXS), NPER (NPER) and Aston (ATX) encryption.
Conrail has just realized the problem has put the platform in a maintenance mode and has begun investigations with ICO partners to freeze the stolen tokens as well as the corresponding addresses through which they attacked. The strange thing is that it was not officially announced the amount transferred, but by surveys of other users, they estimate about 30 -40 million dollars in NPXS.
While the attacks are constantly increasing in companies hosting cryptosnotes, the scenarios for the creation of a compensation contract for the affected users are growing, but the company did not publish any information as to whether or not to make compensation plans in the future.
Coinrail is a relatively small platform for exchanging cryptos and is ranked #99 (currently) on the CoinMarketCap site. While dealing extensively with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and other known encryption, it became popular because it hosted transactions and several new entry token in order to increase users and other reputation as well. Almost two fifths of Coinrail's trading volume was in NPXS, hence the reason hackers they took so much in their hands.