MtGoyo, the largest Bitcoin exchange in the world, is facing an increasing number of complaints over a breach of data on its customer accounts, including one where it stored more than 5 million customer credit cards.
MtGoya has not released a statement on the breach.
However, it is not clear how the information on the cards was accessed.
On Thursday, Bitcoin exchange MtGee reported that it had received a notice from MtGion, a subsidiary of MtGX, which claims to handle customer credit card data for the MtGEx platform.
The breach involved information about more than 1 million customers who used their cards in December 2016 to purchase virtual currency, according to a statement from Mt.
According to the statement, MtGoex has confirmed that it is aware of a breach and has contacted the relevant authorities.
Gox has since announced a temporary suspension of all customer accounts to improve the security of its network.
A representative of Mt.gox declined to comment on the company’s investigation into the breach or how the data was obtained.
For now, the company said it would not be offering refunds to customers affected by the breach and that it was cooperating with law enforcement.
Mt Gox said it is currently cooperating with US authorities on an investigation into possible violations of securities law.