suffers $3 million attack

In a press release, BIT Mining reported that their subsidiary had experienced a "cyberattack" in which $700,000 of customer assets were stolen. They also reported that $2.3 million of company assets were stolen, though they said that some of these funds had been recovered. They wrote that they were working with Shenzhen law enforcement to investigate the attack, but provided few details on the attack vector. is the seventh largest Bitcoin mining pool, which also operates other crypto mining services. Its parent company, BIT Mining, is publicly traded on the NSYE.