Users Affected By Binance KYC Leak Hack Will Get Free VIP Accounts


Binance has decided to give something to the users who were allegedly hacked. According to a recent blog post, the company will give free VIP accounts to any user related to the Know Your Customer (KYC) leak incident.

While the company disputes that it was hacked and affirms that some of the information was actually stolen from a third-party company, it has chosen to offer some kind of compensation for the incidents, as some of the leaks match actual clients. Most “leaks” are said to missing vital information, though, which is great.

According to the crypto exchange, some of the images stolen from the third-party company overlap with the ones that Binance has in its own KYC. Multiple pictures were photoshopped, though, or do not match the records that the company has. The main reason for the company not to believe that the hack happened was because the images lack the company’s watermark.

The exchange affirmed that it has “robust security” measures which are being used to safeguard the assets of its clients. These measures include AI-verification and all the data is stored with several protections, so the hacker would really need to do a notable job to be able to crack them.

Now, all the potential victims can become VIP customers for their lifetimes. They will get all the advantages without ever having to pay for them.

Binance has also requested that, just in case, everyone affected by the hack should issue new documents in their countries, as there is the risk that some sensitive information might be leaked by the actual hack, the one made on the third-party company hired to handle KYC some time ago.

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