A retirement account trust company is suing the crypto exchange Gemini for failing to have the “proper safeguards in place” to protect its customers’ assets.
IRA Financial Trust alleges hackers stole $36 million in crypto assets belonging to their customers’ retirement accounts which were reportedly in Gemini’s custody.
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The South Dakota-based trust company has pledged to use proceeds from the lawsuit to reimburse the impacted customers. The firm claims Gemini’s Application Programming Interface (API) had a single point of failure, and that the exchange’s system had a “sweeping vulnerability that allowed for a breach of a single customer account to metastasize across all accounts.”