Blockchain-Issued Stock Provider DX.Exchange Patches User Data Leak

DX.Exchange, the Estonian exchange that rose to fame last week after launching tokenized U.S. equities on its platform, is facing scrutiny after a severe security vulnerability was discovered in its framework. Twitter was alive with excitement over DX.Exchange, a platform that would offer users the ability to buy tokenized versions of popular stocks such as Apple, Tesla, and Amazon. DX. Exchange goes live today and will support Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), XRP, Cardano (ADA), OmiseGo (OMG), Enigma, ShareToken, and Digibyte.The new platform gives traders a 24-hour seven days a week access to the traditional stock market. The beginning of the beginning — Phillip Nunn 🚀 (@PhillipNunnUK) January 7, 2019 However, a heavy skepticism, in culmination with a security incident, has dampened the enthusiasm. Data Leak As reported by Ars Technica on Jan. 10, the highly-publicized blockchain exchange is lagging on user security by leaking “oodles of login credentials” and personal…

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