Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini, which is owned by the Winklevoss brothers, has recently reported it has suffered a leak of user data as a result of a series of phishing attacks.
However, according to the platform, that client funds are safe.
The press release shared by the company says:
“Some Gemini customers have been targeted by phishing campaigns that we believe are the result of an incident at a third-party vendor.”
According to a press release, these unknown bad actors have gained access to email addresses and incomplete phone numbers of users. However, account data or platform internal systems have not been compromised.
The exchange users have been advised to set up two-factor authentication or use hardware keys to strengthen the security of their accounts.