This infographic is mainly to summarize the past money currency exchanges and then display them in a visual form. The hacking attacks contained in this infographic are not limited to exchanges, and other large organizations have experienced similar hacking attacks, such as Silk Road 2.0. At the same time, in this information map, the bitcoin prices corresponding to all hackers are also mapped one by one.
The x-axis shows the price of bitcoin when hacking. The y-axis represents the damage caused by hacking (if it is another digital currency, it is converted to BTC to calculate). Regardless of the currency price, the size of each hacking event is determined by the number of BTC losses.
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It is worth noting that several exchanges (marked in green ) have been identified as hackers, and stolen assets include but are not limited to bitcoin.