Coinmaster hacks are nothing new, but they’ve become more prevalent this year due to a variety of reasons.
A new report from CoinMaster shows that in 2017, there have been a total of 669 hacks involving coins and tokens.
Coinmaster found that coin and token hacks were a top cause of CoinShare’s loss of $9.2 million in 2017.
CoinShare also lost a whopping $18 million in 2018, according to CoinMaster.
CoinMaster also noted that the coin and tokens thefts were not limited to the blockchain, but included other cryptocurrencies as well.
For example, CoinShare lost $1.3 million in Ether and $3.2.7 million in Ethereum.
CoinShare said that it was not able to verify the source of the hacks because it was unable to confirm that the CoinMaster’s report was accurate.
The CoinMaster report said that the theft of coins and their use was a widespread issue, with CoinShare losing a staggering $1 million in two weeks, according in CoinMaster reports.
The CoinShare platform is based in New York and is one of the first cryptocurrency wallets to accept bitcoin.
CoinMaster said that CoinShare was not the first wallet to be hacked and that it will be one of many cryptocurrencies that are hacked in the coming months.
“It is highly unlikely that CoinShares wallet was the source for CoinShare hacks,” CoinMaster wrote.