Connect with us


SatoWallet CEO, Samuel Benedict Publishes Revealing Report of the Challenges it’s facing with French Hosting firm



SatoWallet has revealed details of the challenges facing the exchange platform. The details were made known by the CEO of Satowallet, Samuel Benedict.

According the “report” published on Medium, the CEO gave revealing account of the journey so far. SatoWallet gained global attention immediately it was founded in May, 2017 due to the commitment of the team in improving the project by adding new features.

Satowallet revealed that exchange community grew so large and thus Customer Support became a great priority as users had to be satisfied at all times.

In the mid of 2018, the exchange decided to transit from a mobile wallet to a mobile exchange allow users to exchange crypto assets with their mobile phones. This was available in iOS, Android and PC devices.

This upgrade according the Satowallet necessitated the increase of the staff capacity to a quarter of a 100. While there had been cyber attacks on the platform, these were not successful as the security of the platform was continually worked upon.

A year after the transition from mobile wallet to mobile exchange, Satowallet had another major development achievement. Based on users’ feedback, it decided to have a web exchange platform which was to be connected to the mobile App already in the market.

During the period of the upgrade, scammers impersonated Administrators of the exchange of Telegram and were able to collect user login details. This was used to drain the account of users when the platform went live. Though the stolen fund was refunded by Satowallet, this resulted in the enforcement of KYC as an extra security measure for securing users accounts.

“This has done so much damage to my company, satowallet and her users and my personal life and finance.” – Samuel Benedict, CEO, SatoWallet.

The institution of KYC created a stable system for months according to the Report and then, seeing the stability of the system, the KYC policy was reviewed and removed allowing users to transact easily. The removal brought again another wave of scammers tricking users to provide their login details and 2FA and withdrawing their funds.

The scammers’ activities made Satowallet to make withdrawals from the platform manual but this was met with complaints from users of the platform.

In August, 2019, CEO, Samuel Benedict said he woke up to several messages from users saying they couldn’t access the platform. This was confirmed when the developer team discovered that 9 servers (for wallet nodes, app and web) were down.

“That server is no more”

The data center which houses the dedicated server that cost $6500 monthly and SatoWallet has been using for about 2 years was reached out to. That was the beginning of the challenges which SatoWallet is currently facing.

Satowallet reached out to to get to know what was happening but until a days was something done to get the platform online.  The platform came back online but some database data was lost.

Refusing to give up, Samuel Benedict continued saying Satowallet started installing the wallet nodes of all crypto assets on the platform through the “wallet.dat” backups so the platform can get up running.

Once the installation was complete, Satowallet noticed that the cryptoassets on the platform were no longer there from the backups and private keys, this was when it contacted the again hoping to get access to the main servers.

Satowallet revealed it also accused of fraud and trying to steal the server containing the wallet servers. replied via a representative as seen on a Skype chat screenshot presented by Samuel Benedict that the server is no more due to accusation and they will publish post. stopped reply messages to give further explanations and this was when the exchange attorneys were contacted on the best approach to the issue. But all details of their location have been removed from their website, Satowallet said.

Describing the issue as the most traumatic experience in his life, CEO, Samuel Benedict said they tried to contact several investors to see if they could remedy the situation but there was no positive response. Adding to issue on ground, the CEO said upon getting to the office few days later, 70% of its workers had tendered their resignation expressing fear their salaries might not be paid based on the challenges on ground.

Sam Benedict said “it’s hard for me to even believe what happened,” and for the next step forward, he said  “therefore I decided to seek merger while our lawyers are working to track down OVH team as they were not responding on any social media or contact.”

On the 23rd of September, 2019, Satowallet revealed that disabled the new web and app server after the accusation of fraud by the exchange platform. Similar complaints was also found upon checking the Facebook page of

Ending the “detailed report”, SatoWallet called everyone to join hands to help in tracking and seeing the saga come to an end. He commented saying “this has done so much damage to my company, satowallet and her users and my personal life and finance.”

Samuel Benedict continued saying

I am totally open to every positive contact as I still do not believe our funds are lost. I will never scam anyone of $1; if I wanted to do that then i would not have made my personality public from day one running my company for 8 years now.”

I see no reasons why I would want to scam, Samuel Benedict concluded.

OVH is a French cloud computing company that offers VPS, dedicated servers and other web services. The company was founded in 1999 by the Klaba family and is headquartered in Roubaix, France. OVH is incorporated as a simplified joint-stock company under French law.

Spread the news


Binance Acquires Decentralized Application Platform DAppReview



Binance, a global blockchain ecosystem has acquired decentralising applications platform dAppReview. DappReview is the leading information and analytics platform for decentralized applications.

Binance through the acquisition of DappReview will support DappReview to further develop the dapps ecosystem and foster greater blockchain adoption.

Founded in February 2018, DappReview has become a platform for decentralized applications exploration and guidance with over 300,000 active users monthly spread across 9 dozen countries. Over its short time since inception, it has become the platform of choice for Dapp developers helping them to introduce their dapps to its global userbase.

According to Binance, DappReview will maintain its independence in technical development and operation, and Binance will offer support in non-technical fields including marketing and business development. DappReview will release a new suite of products in Q1 of 2020.

Speaking on the acquisition, Binance CFO Wei Zhou was quoted saying “On-chain applications are still the missing piece for mass blockchain adoption. The DappReview team has shown its commitment to dapps and strong execution in building a leading global dapps platform within a year of establishment. Binance and DappReview share a mutual goal of driving blockchain applications,”

The acquisition is part of Binance’s consistent efforts in building a robust global blockchain ecosystem. This isn’t the first acquisition in recent time. Less than a month ago, Binance in November acquired India based cryptocurrency exchange platform WazirX.

The acquisition of DappReview according to Wei Zhou , “ marks a significant step into the dapps ecosystem, and we will have more exciting developments in the near future.”

The mission of DappReview is to build a vibrant dapps ecosystem and boost mass adoption of blockchain. Apart from dapps analytics services, we also provide full packages of support for dapps developers from fund-raising, product development to marketing and promotion,” said Vincent Niu, Founder and CEO of DappReview.

The acquisition according to DappReview will empower it with more resources to accelerate its business growth while it aims to partner with more blockchain protocols and developers on dapp data integration, and push for the adoption of decentralized applications on a global scale.

Image: Binance

Spread the news
Continue Reading


Binance now Allows Customers to Freely Transfer Crypto Between Themselves  



Leading global cryptocurrency exchange Binance has launched a new feature that allows its customers to easily transfer funds from account to another within the platform.

The feature which doesn’t charge users transaction fees for transfer works by having a customer initiate withdrawal as normally done and inputting the address of the receiving account however, the address must be from the Binance platform.

The transfers are made without having to require any block confirmation thus it ensures quick and seamless movements of crypto assets between user accounts on the platform.

For transactions which requires the use of MEMO, Binance said users are expected to include the correct memo/tag/payment ID else the transferred funds could be lost and it may not be able to recover it. Internal transfers without inputting the MEMO will be rejected.

Since each transfer internally is between customers and there is no block confirmation, Binance disclosed that there will be no TxID instead, what will be displayed to customers will be “Internal Transfer“.

Binance has continued to make the use of its platform easy for its customers by offering various features, upgrades and products. Few weeks ago, it upgraded its Buy Crypto page allowing its customers to easily purchase and cryptocurrencies with just a few clicks using various fiat currencies.

It also acquired an Indian based cryptocurrency exchange with its unique matching engine WazirX which it has integrated into its platform allowing Indians to purchase cryptocurrency on Binance with the Rupee.

According to Binance, the internal transfer function can now also be enabled and disabled via API.

Spread the news
Continue Reading


342,000 ETH transferred to unknown wallet as UpBit gets hacked



South Korean cryptocurrency exchange UpBit has been hacked with 342,000 ETH transferred to an unknown wallet.

This was confirmed in a statement released by the exchange where the CEO of Upbit Lee Seok-woo apologizes for the inconvenience caused to users.

Speaking on the hack, the statement read “At 1:06 PM on November 27, 2019, 342,000 ETH (approximately 58 billion won) were transferred from the Upbeat Ethereum Hot Wallet to an unknown wallet. Unknown wallet address is 0xa09871AEadF4994Ca12f5c0b6056BBd1d343c029

According to the statement, upon confirmation of the hack, UpBit responded by protecting customer’s assets. This it did by ensuring that owing to the hack that resulted in the transfer of 342,000 ETH to an unknown wallet, the exchange will be covered by UpBit’s funds.

Also, all crypto assets in Hot wallet storage has been transferred to Cold Wallet. Cybercrime in the cryptocurrency exchange business continues to be a threat to the growing adoption of cryptocurrency.

Over the decade bitcoin has been on, various exchanges has been hacked, while some were able to recover from the breach, some weren’t fortunate.

The hack which is worth over $47 million could be related to the negative price action across the cryptocurrency market. Ethereum is currently trade at 1.73% loss.

Owing to the breach to the exchange, deposits and withdrawals will be put on hold and resumption is estimated to commence in two weeks time.

Spread the news
Continue Reading


Exclusive Bonus for New Users: Sign Up and Earn 5USD with Huobi



Nigerian authorities have made progressive plans to regulate cryptocurrency activities in the country, a decade after it was launched.

Late last year, the Nigerian Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) set up the Fintech Roadmap Committee to develop a framework for the regulation of Virtual Financial Assets (VFAs) and their exchanges in Nigeria among other things.

Huobi has been servicing Nigerian customers for the past 3 years, they are one of the fastest growing global blockchain companies serving millions of users in over 130 countries.
The platform offers secure and credible digital asset trading and management services and has accumulated more than USD 2 trillion volume and is ranked as a top-5 exchange globally by daily volume.

Now you too in Nigeria can sign up and start trading by following these simple steps:

Open Your Account and Claim Your Bonus Right Now!

Sign Up Now

Trade Digital Assets with Huobi

  • Leading crypto exchange platform
  • Trade instantly in over 250+ high quality tokens
  • Low trading fees
  • High liquidity
  • Get matched with global traders
  • Real time API for instant trading
  • Over 450 trading pairs

Sign up on Huobi for a chance to win your share from the $600 worth of HUSD we are giving away.
Every new user who signs up on Huobi wins 5HUSD tokens, which is equivalent to 5USD for FREE in their Huobi wallet.
Huobi’s HUSD allows it to support four existing stablecoins, PAX, GUSD,USDC, and TUSDand allows users to make deposits and withdrawals in any of the above stablecoins.
Hurry, because only the first 120 new users who sign up on Huobi, get to claim their share of the $600 giveaway!

Here’s how to register on Huobi:

Go to:

Register for a Huobi account using your mobile phone or email address as below:

Fill in the fields as below:

  • Please choose Nationality correctly as it cannot be revised after your registration is completed
  • The password must be 8–20 characters with at least 1 letter. It cannot be only numbers. Example of a valid password: h8b21xs5ea

Add your referral/invitation code as f5k35
(update) as below:

Welcome to Huobi. Sit back and relax, while we transfer your 5HUSD as your welcome gift!

Join our community


Twitter: @HuobiAfrica

Disclaimer: The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. For more info, please check our Disclaimer page.

Spread the news
Continue Reading

Find Us

Address: 7 Kafi Street, Beside City Mall, Shoprite, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.

Hours: Monday—Friday: 9:00am–5:00pm

Contact: +234 817 866 6900


Copyright © 2019 Cryptoptvplus. Powered by Ma media