Recently hacked Italian crypto exchange Bitgrail tweeted Wednesday, May 2, that they reopened their exchange, only to report its temporary closure three hours later.
We have temporarily disabled the BitGrail exchange pending further notice.
— BitGrail Exchange (@BitGrail) May 2, 2018
Bitgrail posted a statement on its website later that day in order to explain the reason for the abrupt shutdown, which they “don’t agree with”:
“This morning, following the re-opening, we were notified of a deed by the court of Florence requesting the immediate closure of BitGrail and this situation will persist until a decision is made by the courts, about the precautionary suspension request made by the Bonelli law office on behalf of a client.
The decision is scheduled for May 16 2018.
Even though we don’t agree with this decision, we are obliged to respect the law and to suspend any BitGrail business immediately.”
On Feb. 8, 17 mln coins of cryptocurrency Nano – now worth around $136 mln – were discovered missing from the Italian exchange…