Cryptopia will introduce cancel-only mode to users, before resuming trading

06 Mar, 2019 | Updated: 06 Mar, 2019
by Fifi Arisandi
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Cryptopia will introduce cancel-only mode to users, before resuming trading

Cryptopia to introduce cancel-only mode in the next few days, which will followed by the turning on of the trading engine.

Cryptopia is on its way to a full recovery. Following the opening of the platform again in a read-only mode just recently, the exchange just made a new update announcement.

Read only: Cryptopia finally reopens in 'read only' mode showing balances pre-hack

The New Zealand-based crypto exchange that just suffered from a massive yet “untypical” hack will be introducing cancel-only mode for their users in the next few days.

The announcement wrote that users are allowed to cancel any positions accordingly on this mode, although there’s no detail on how many days will “the next few days” be.

Moreover, the team also emphasized that this update is crucial as it will be the last step before the trade engine is turned back on for trading.


It’s been quite a long and difficult journey for Cryptopia since they announced the hack last January.

Read more: The Cryptopia Hack Timeline: as it happened

However, with all things that have been going on, it is a good thing to see that the team is still giving updates and that they’re still working on making their platform up and running again to serve all their users.

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cryptopedia hack is another opportunity for us to remember how dangerous it is to trust funds to very suspicious projects
06 Mar, 2019 - 12:09
God what is the point of starting this all over again.
06 Mar, 2019 - 21:07

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