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Atomic Wallet hacked, Recover stolen crypto

Atomic Wallet hacked, Recover stolen crypto
Atomic Wallet hacked, Recover stolen crypto

Initial indications of the hack emerged from the crypto community on Twitter, with users expressing their distress over the complete loss of their funds. They voiced their concerns, urging the team behind the platform to provide a transparent and concise explanation in response to the situation.

Atomic Wallet hacked, Recover stolen crypto

Recently, Atomic Wallet, a popular multi-cryptocurrency wallet, was hacked and over $35 million worth of cryptocurrencies were stolen. The hack has left many users devastated and worried about the safety of their funds.

According to reports, the hackers were able to gain access to the wallet’s infrastructure and steal the private keys of the users. This gave them access to the users’ wallets and allowed them to drain their crypto assets.

Many users have taken to social media and forums to express their frustration and anger over the hack. Some have reported that their entire crypto portfolio was wiped out, while others have lost a significant amount of money.

The Atomic Wallet team has acknowledged the hack and has been working to investigate the issue and recover the stolen funds. They have also urged users to take extra precautions and enable two-factor authentication to secure their accounts.

However, many users are still skeptical about the safety of their funds and are considering switching to other wallets. The hack has raised serious concerns about the security of multi-cryptocurrency wallets and has highlighted the need for better security measures.

In conclusion, the Atomic Wallet hack has been a major blow to the crypto community, with users losing over $35 million worth of assets. While the Atomic Wallet team has been working to address the issue, the incident has raised serious questions about the safety of multi-cryptocurrency wallets. It is important for users to take extra precautions and only use wallets with strong security measures in place.


On June 3, the Atomic Wallet team took to Twitter, acknowledged the reports of compromised wallets, and assured users that they were actively investigating and analyzing the situation. The team also expressed their commitment to sharing further details as they become available.

It is important to note that anyone who has been affected by the Atomic Wallet hack and is having difficulty withdrawing their funds should open a detailed case with the Smart Contract Audit Team at TheHackersPro, an American forensic smart contract firm. The team specializes in investigating and recovering stolen crypto assets and can provide valuable assistance to affected users. It is important to act quickly and seek professional help to increase the chances of recovering the stolen funds.

ZachXBT on the case 

To gauge the extent of the damage, on-chain investigator ZachXBT has urged affected individuals to share transaction hashes related to the stolen funds.

Based on the reports received thus far, ZachXBT has traced and confirmed the theft of funds amounting to over $14 million. However, the overall sum stolen is estimated to reach as high as $35 million.

The exploit has impacted more than 100 addresses, resulting in the theft of assets across various blockchain networks, including bitcoin (BTC), ethereum (ETH), tron (TRX), binance smart chain (BSC), and cardano (ADA), among others.

The illicit activities occurred between June 2 and June 3. The most significant individual loss reported is $7.95 million in USDT. According to ZachXBT, the five most significant losses combined totaled $17 million.

Atomic Wallet hacked, Recover stolen crypto

Meanwhile, the on-chain investigator has disclosed that approximately $1 million has been successfully recovered. He has assured the community that he will share further details regarding this recovery process.

In an alarming development, several malicious actors have taken advantage of the situation by disseminating phishing links in comment sections, seeking to exploit unsuspecting victims.

ZachXBT has issued a cautionary message, urging the community to exercise utmost vigilance when encountering such tweets.



  • Lola Bramston Kesk

    June 8, 2023 - 1:47 pm

    A supply chain attack. This is when hackers tamper with the software source code on the server and then ordinary users download this code. The biggest point that led them to believe this was that the website had just undergone a major update.

    Basically what everyone suspected.

    So sorry to the victims over 50 million dollars lost as at yesterday.

  • Jonathan Wieck

    June 8, 2023 - 12:13 pm

    That SOMEONE SOMEHOW got access to your MNEMONICS and MOVED your RVN out. Simple as that.

    Who, how, when? That’s up to you to answer.

    12 words seed can’t be guessed, or cracked… it’s IMPOSSIBLE.

    Wallet is safe as much as you can to protect your device and mnemonics.

    You are the issue here, not the wallet.

    Sorry, but this will happen with other wallets as well because you lack security and crypto knowledge. Every wallet works the same. They all have 12 or 24 words as ultimate “password” (access to your crypto).

    I bet you talked with fake support or used some online links from fake websites.

    Prove me wrong.

  • Mariam Embry Schuetzenweg

    June 8, 2023 - 12:11 pm

    This is ONLY POSSIBLE if you exposed your mnemonics somehow or somewhere.

    Have you talked with someone? Any “support”? Have you tried to restore your wallet through some website?

    We miss details here.

    These transactions don’t happen on their own. One must have access to your wallet or your mnemonics. Once it has that, everything can be moved out. if you’re still having a hard time with it, id advice you open a detailed case with h4ck@thehackerspro.com they are in the best position to help you rewrite the smart contract code and trace it back to the outsourced wallets, if at all you have been hacked.

  • Kai Orr Rosenweg

    June 8, 2023 - 12:07 pm

    I never shared my seed or private key and nevertheless my btc was transferred away without happening that on my computer. That experience leads away from Atomic wallet to cold wallets only … do not trust anybody 🙁

  • April C. Bueno

    June 8, 2023 - 12:04 pm

    Last weekend my atomic wallet was hacked and steal all my 367.4 eth funds they were transferred. Support said can not do anything. I saw there are several cases similar can we join and do something please?

    • Erin Leitch

      June 8, 2023 - 12:06 pm

      Yes same as me because i lost all my eth wallet before i went to sleep i have a fund in my wallet but when i woke up ..it was empty…i didnt shared my 12phrase to anyone but .i really dont know how come or what happened to my eth fund

  • Baldwin Hasenbühlstrasse

    June 8, 2023 - 11:59 am

    Atomic wallet is absolutely dog shib- do not use! I made the mistake and learned the hard way and looks like ppl defending the app will do the same

  • Theodore W. Dietrick

    June 8, 2023 - 11:57 am

    Hi there. Sorry about your loss. There’s nothing I can say to help but being truthful.

    Any crypto scammer that finds those 12 words will automatically know what they are. You don’t need to have “Atomic Wallet” in the title of the txt document for someone who is looking for it to know exactly what it is. In addition, they can use those 12 words in many other wallets, they don’t even have to use Atomic Wallet to drain your crypto.

    Many users make a mistake in storing their 12 words in their email or Google Docs, One Drive, or local txt file on their computer.

    You can scan your computer sixty times and not find modern malware depending on what it is. Their first design goal is to not be detected. Zero day exploits become known every week.

  • Arthur A. Jolin

    June 8, 2023 - 11:50 am

    You probably not installed a genuine Atomic wallet software on your computer then ! 🤷🏻

    Where you get your source ? If you made a search to get to the link, never click on the first link that is sponsored. It could be a scam !!

    I don’t know the hole details, but I’m given you one of the possibility… Sorry for your loss

  • David S. Phillips

    June 8, 2023 - 11:48 am

    The keyphrase is stored on another machine as a textfile and not marked in any way as being related to Atomic Wallet.

    That’s your problem right there. Why would you store your word as plain text. Easy to do a quick scan and all hackers look for gems like text files where people store all sorts of weird notes

  • Anna H. Billings

    June 8, 2023 - 11:38 am

    Have you been in contact with anyone?

    This thing doesn’t happen on its own. Only when someone gets hands-on your mnemonics (12 words) is able to move your coins.

    Also, can you list addresses from coins you’re missing?

  • Wanda W. Obrien

    June 8, 2023 - 11:35 am

    Help me out, what would be possible mistakes?
    – I didn’t give anyone my key phrase
    – The keyphrase is stored on another machine as a textfile and not marked in any way as being related to Atomic Wallet.
    – I had a secure password- My computer was off when it happened
    – I checked with various scanners and I don’t have any trojan or alike on my computer

    At least I want to learn something out of this experience. I’m serious!

  • Rebecca F. Walker

    June 8, 2023 - 11:32 am

    # 1 common problem is you clicked on a “link” of some sort that may or may not have been “crypto” related to your knowledge but was in fact the reason to get you to click on that link. Happens all the time. Specially from MSG’s via Here or Telegram w/ people pretending to be ADMINS of w/e systems you are using. Although i argue w/ AlmightySho on here all the time 🙂 they are correct in saying that you must have done something

  • Essie T. Holland

    June 8, 2023 - 11:32 am

    Losing $700k in atomic wallet hack was a devastating experience, but thehackerspro forensic firm and their smart contract expert audit were able to identify the fraudulent activity and help me recover 95% of my lost funds. I highly recommend their services to anyone who has been a victim of a similar scam. To get in touch with them, email support@thehackerspro.com or message them via whatsapp at +1 310 773 4859. i have just detached 35.6 btc from my atomic wallet. i am immediately exchanging to fiat on coinbase today after the ethereum gas fee comes through.

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