Atomic Wallet, a non-custodial decentralized crypto wallet, has recently faced reports of its users experiencing drained digital assets. With a user base of over five million customers, the wallet has received complaints from several users, some of whom claimed to have lost significant amounts of cryptocurrency. The largest reported victim lost 7.95M USDT on Tron network and second largest victim reportedly lost $3.5M (1897 ETH), while others suffered losses in the six-figure range.
In response to the complaints, the Atomic Wallet team took to Twitter to acknowledge the reports and announced that they would initiate further investigations. However, as of now, there have been no official updates provided by the team.
The Twitter thread under Atomic Wallet’s announcement continues to receive waves of complaints from affected users. Some individuals have even claimed that they previously had their funds stolen and that the wallet provider did not assist them at the time.
Well-known crypto sleuth ZachXBT has also weighed in on the matter, stating that he received numerous messages from Atomic Wallet users detailing their lost funds. According to ZachXBT, the largest single victim lost 7.95M USDT on Tron network and second largest victim lost $3.5M worth of 1897 ETH, overall, the five biggest losses account around $17M, while over $35M in total worth of crypto.
The situation surrounding the compromised accounts and drained assets within Atomic Wallet is still unfolding, and it remains unclear how the incidents occurred or what steps Atomic Wallet will take to address the issue. Affected users and the broader crypto community are eagerly awaiting further updates from the Atomic Wallet team regarding the investigations and potential resolution of these incidents.