The breach was reportedly identified on the 30th of June, at the same time as the OpenSea client data leak. Back then, Celsius reached out to – the company handling market communications for both OpenSea and Celsius – who stated that the crypto lender’s client data was unaffected.

However, on July 8, representatives allegedly recanted their statement and informed Celsius that some of their client data actually had been breached. The employee has since been terminated, and updated its statement on the incident, stating that the data of five other customers had also been stolen. It appears that Celsius may have been one of the five, as users took to Twitter to share screenshots of cautionary emails that they received.#togrp7

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