- November 19, 2017
- Posted by: admin
- Categories: Altcoins, Blockchain, Investing, Other Altcoins, Trading
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Now, another topic that I wanted to write about is Lisk Nano wallet.
Here’s what happened:
I downloaded a Lisk Nano wallet from Lisk’s website. I sent my Lisk from Bittrex exchange to my wallet address. I saw that the coins arrived. Everything was fine. The coins were there a few days later as well.
Then something strange happened. I logged into my Lisk wallet after a month or so, and the coins were gone. Have I been hacked? Or what’s going on here?
I logged into my Bittrex account, viewed past transactions and holy shit – the address where I sent my Lisk is different. A malware?
If I transferred the coins to a wrong address, then how come the coins arrived on my Lisk wallet in the first place? It doesn’t make any sense.
I got on Reddit and Lisk forums to see if anyone else has had the same problem. It turns out they have. Exactly the same problem. The wallet address somehow changed, and there are no coins anymore.
Recently, Lisk released a press release saying there’re websites where you can download a fake Lisk wallet, and of course, they will scam your Lisk coins. Addresses like “wallet-lisk.com” and so forth.
I don’t know. I could swear I downloaded the wallet from the Lisk website. So, let’s check the file information?
Here’s what it says:
So, I got it from their own website!
I will look into it more, but at the moment, I am leaning towards the opinion that their wallet is or was buggy, but they don’t want to own up to this or admit that it was their fault.
I could be wrong, but that’s what it looks like.
Hopefully, me and other people that lost their coins, will get them back, but it’s an unlikely scenario.
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