СРОЧНО Криптовалютная биржа CoinEX якобы подверглась массовому хакерскому атаке, убытки превышают $27 миллионов

URGENT Cryptocurrency exchange CoinEX reportedly suffered a massive hacker attack, with losses exceeding $27 million.

Во волнующем развитии событий популярная криптобиржа CoinEx, предположительно, стала жертвой подозреваемой хакерской атаки, что привело к значительным потерям из ее горячих кошельков Ethereum (ETH), TRON (TRX) и Polygon (MATIC). Инцидент, который произошел во вторник, вызвал ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing saga of the now $2 billion dollar insider trading case that the SEC has brought against SAC Capital Advisors. The SEC is now alleging that SAC Capital made at least $275 million in illegal profits and avoided losses of $194 million. All told, the SEC has asked for over $600 million from SAC Capital, which is a lot of money. This comes after SAC was already forced to pay $616 million to settle two insider trading cases brought by the SEC. But, it appears that the SAC Capital will not face any criminal charges, which are typically much more severe. I find it interesting that the SEC thought it wise to charge the firm with a civil case instead of a criminal one, considering the scale of the alleged insider trading. I wonder if this is a sign of the changing times and the new norm for how even the most egregious financial crimes will be treated. The SEC is seeking to bar SAC and Cohen from the securities industry for life. The SEC alleges that Cohen failed to supervise his employees, and therefore the SEC is holding him accountable for their actions. Cohen’s lawyer has stated that he is innocent and plans to fight the charges. The SEC has also filed charges against a former SAC employee, Mathew Martoma, who was arrested in November 2012. The SEC alleges that Martoma traded on insider information he received from two doctors participating in the clinical trial of a new Alzheimer’s drug. The SEC is also seeking to bar Martoma from the securities industry for life. Martoma has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Meanwhile, the US Justice Department is still investigating Cohen for criminal charges. If Cohen is found guilty, he could face up to 10 years in prison. The US Attorney for the Southern District of New York has said that a grand jury will likely decide whether to indict Cohen soon. So, we’ll see how this all shakes out. But it sure doesn’t look good for Cohen, who has always been a notoriously secretive and aggressive trader. What are your thoughts on this case? Do you think the SEC should have charged SAC Capital with a criminal case? Do you think Cohen should go to prison if convicted? How do you think this will all end? Please discuss.

Yesterday, the SEC announced that it had charged the City of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, with securities fraud for making misleading statements in public financial statements that were used to promote the sale of municipal bonds. The SEC alleges that the city made misleading statements in its budget report, annual and midyear financial statements, and a State of the City address. The SEC also alleged that the city failed to disclose in public statements that its financial information had become stale and that the city was in danger of not paying its debt obligations. The SEC also charged the city’s former Mayor and current City Controller with securities fraud, for their part in the alleged scheme. The SEC is seeking to impose financial penalties on the city and bar the city’s former Mayor and current City Controller from the securities industry. These charges are noteworthy because they represent the first time that the SEC has charged a municipality with securities fraud.

So, what do you think about this case? Do you think that the city officials should be held accountable for making false statements? Do you think that the city should be held accountable for the false statements made by its officials? Do you think that the SEC should have charged the city with securities fraud? Do you think that the city’s former Mayor and current City Controller should be barred from the securities industry? Please discuss.

Today, the SEC announced that it had charged a former hedge fund manager with insider trading. The SEC alleges that the former hedge fund manager used inside information to make trades in the securities of a pharmaceutical company that was in the process of being acquired. The SEC alleges that the former hedge fund manager made $1 million in profits from the trades. The SEC is seeking to impose financial penalties on the former hedge fund manager and bar him from the securities industry. The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has also filed criminal charges against the former hedge fund manager. The SEC has said that this case is part of a broader initiative by the SEC to fight insider trading. This case is notable for two reasons: (1) the SEC has brought civil charges against a person who is also facing criminal charges; and (2) the SEC has chosen to pursue a lesser charge of insider trading, rather than a more severe charge of fraud.

So, what do you think about this case? Do you think that the former hedge fund manager should be held accountable for insider trading? Do you think that the SEC should have charged the former hedge fund manager with fraud? Do you think that the former hedge fund manager should go to jail? Do you think that the SEC is doing enough to fight insider trading? Please discuss.

Today, the SEC announced that it had charged a former employee of a brokerage firm with insider trading. The SEC alleges that the former employee learned of an impending merger through his job and then purchased stock in the target company and made a significant profit when the merger was publicly announced. The SEC is seeking to impose financial penalties on the former employee and bar him from the securities industry. The US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York has also filed criminal charges against the former employee. The SEC has said that this case is part of a broader initiative by the SEC to fight insider trading. This case is notable because it is the first time that the SEC has brought civil charges against an individual who is also facing criminal charges for insider trading.

So, what do you think about this case? Do you think that the former employee should be held accountable for insider trading? Do you think that the SEC should have charged the former employee with fraud? Do you think that the former employee should go to jail? Do you think that the SEC is doing enough to fight insider trading? Please discuss.

Today, the SEC announced that it had charged a former employee of a pharmaceutical company with insider trading. The SEC alleges that the former employee traded in the securities of the pharmaceutical company based on inside information that he had acquired through his job. The SEC alleges that the former employee made $1 million in profits from the trades. The SEC is seeking to impose financial penalties on the former employee and bar him from the securities industry. The US Attorney’s Office has also filed criminal charges against the former employee. The SEC has said that this case is part of a broader initiative by the SEC to fight insider trading. This case is significant because it shows that the SEC is continuing to aggressively pursue insider trading cases, even in the face of recent setbacks in the courts.

So, what do you think about this case? Do you think that the former employee should be held accountable for insider trading? Do you think that the SEC should have charged the former employee with fraud? Do you think that the former employee should go to jail? Do you think that the SEC is doing enough to fight insider trading? Please discuss.

Today, the SEC announced that it had charged a former partner of a prestigious law firm with insider trading. The SEC alleges that the former partner traded in the securities of several companies based on inside information that he had acquired through his job. The SEC alleges that the former partner made $4 million in profits from the trades. The SEC is seeking to impose financial penalties on the former partner and bar him from the securities industry. The US Attorney’s Office has also filed criminal charges against the former partner. The SEC has said that this case is part of a broader initiative by the SEC to fight insider trading. This case is significant because it shows that the SEC is willing to go after even the most prestigious members of the legal profession if they engage in insider trading.

So, what do you think about this case? Do you think that the former partner should be held accountable for insider trading? Do you think that the SEC should have charged the former partner with fraud? Do you think that the former partner should go to jail? Do you think that the SEC is doing enough to fight insider trading? Please discuss.

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