The world’s largest online crypto store has announced that it will be offline for a few days, due to a software vulnerability.
The crypto store Crypto Wallet, which is operated by BitPay, said in a blog post on Friday that it had been offline for the past week, and that it would be offline “for a short time.”
The blog post stated that the company had fixed the vulnerability after it was discovered in August.
It added that “we would like to thank our customers for their patience.”
The vulnerability affects the BitPay wallet and the BitGo service that it connects to, according to the blog post.
The vulnerability is also found in the software used to generate addresses on the BitPesa platform.
Users can sign up for the Bitpay service with their BitPay password and the wallet will then generate a wallet address for them.
Users will be able to use that address to access BitPedia, a website that allows users to purchase BitPagos digital currency.
BitPay also announced on Friday, which it described as a “significant outage” affecting customers, that it has been working with law enforcement to investigate the matter.
The company said that the hack “has impacted more than 2.4 million users and BitPapo users around the world.”
The post said that a fix for the vulnerability would be available in the coming days.