CEO responds to complaints of login issues after $31 million hack CEO Kris Marszalek responded to complaints from thousands of users about issues logging back into their accounts after the company was forced to change security settings following a hack last week

On Monday, the company admitted that 483 users were affected by unauthorized cryptocurrency withdrawals on their accounts, costing a total of “4,836.26 ETH, 443.93 BTC, and approximately US$66,200 in other cryptocurrencies.” At the time of the attack, that amounted to about $31 million. said in a statement that it revoked all customer 2FA tokens and “added additional security hardening measures, which required all customers to re-login and set up their 2FA token to ensure only authorized activity would occur.”

But thousands of people took to social media since then to complain that they could not get back into their accounts. Hundreds of people tweeted at begging for help, complaining that support channels were not working. 

When pressed for comment, directed ZDNet to a statement from Marszalek that was posted to Twitter on Friday evening. 

“If you can’t get back into our app following access reset this week, in 95/100 cases you are simply using the wrong email to login. We don’t allow duplicate accounts with the same phone number, so

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