Update:\u00a0 February 2019 - Everything written this point onward is done in February 2019 EtherDelta Sold and Tweets Deleted It amazes me that people still use EtherDelta , after I reported about their last Hack in December 2017, I didn't follow them much, but today I stumbled upon their profile and opened the tweets to find them deleted , after updating the tweets with internet Archive , i came to know that right after the mentioned Hack - EtherDelta was sold to some "Chinese Company" , and its founder heavily fined by SEC\u00a0afterwards. The new company came up with a new ICO plan which didn't seem to work and their Github Activity shows the same. I would strongly recommend to move to a better alternative Decentralized Exchange. EtherDelta might be a kind in its own capacity but it is certainly not anymore. Update 10 Jan 2018 :\u00a0EtherDelta has not been hacked again, what you heard was probably rumors. MyEtherWallet is also not hijacked. If you are not sure about a hack you can ask me for a quick system check and will let you know https:\/\/twitter.com\/Hackology\/status\/950742666324664320 Hackers started transferring coins from EtherDelta to their Wallets , 3 hours have passed since hackers have been emptying EtherDelta. An Ethereum Wallet linked with hackers have been identified and hackers have transferred 0.2 Million USD worth of ETH to their own wallet. Just few days back a korean exchange closed due to second hacking attempt in an year and now its another. Cryptocurrency has increased the risks of losing high amount of fiat as exchanges are still the weakest link How EtherDelta was Hacked EtherDelta staff was only 2 hours late to identify the Hack and even after they acknowledged they were hacked ,hackers were still emptying wallets of EtherDelta. Dear users, we have reason to believe that there had been malicious attacks that temporarily gained access to\u00a0@etherdelta\u00a0https:\/\/t.co\/NnqU5Er4rj\u00a0DNS server. We are investigating this issue right now \u2013 in the meantime please DONOT use the current site. \u2014 EtherDelta (@etherdelta)\u00a0December 20, 2017 As per the tweet, DNS Servers were compromised of the website which means that hackers never had access to the actual website but if that was the case how did the hackers manage to pull out 278 ETH from EtherDelta wallets ? (and counting) Update (21 Dec 17 5:44 AM ) : Count of stolen Ethereum from EtherDelta wallet has increased to 307.995 ETH A follow up tweet was made from EtherDelta Twitter Account 1\/2 *IMPORTANT* we have reason to believe that there had been malicious attacks that temporarily gained access to\u00a0@etherdelta\u00a0DNS server. We are investigating this issue right now \u2013 in the meantime please *DONOT* use the current site. \u2014 EtherDelta (@etherdelta)\u00a0December 20, 2017 2\/2 *BE AWARE* The imposer's app has no CHAT button on the navigation bar nor the offical Twitter Feed on the bottom right. It is also populated with a fake order book. \u2014 EtherDelta (@etherdelta)\u00a0December 20, 2017 It means its a typical DNS Hijacking and the Hackers redirected the users to their own FAKE version of etherdelta , that way they might have gained login details and started logging in to original accounts\u00a0got users a crafted websiet where the order books data was coming off etherdelta charts while logging Wallet details including keys which were later used to empty individual accounts and started draining cryptocurrency from original website users. But why did not EtherDelta close their website or disable withdrawals ? as you can see in EtherScan hackers were still transferring ETH after the above tweets were made : EtherDelta\u00a0Hacker Wallet :\u00a00x3f8a37bde9b15b65c82f9cdd00192e0ba36cc5fc EtherScan has flagged the above wallet as Fake_Phishing305 More details will be added as they are available,this Hack took place just after 2 days of new CEO Terry Liu of EtherDelta , Weird ? Who are the Hackers of EtherDelta stealing Ethers ? Currently it is unknown who the hackers are but there are strong possibilities that they may get caught \tHackers can be traced by looking at the NameServers which were used for DNS Hijacking. Details of Hackers can be accessed after unlocking Hackers used Wildcard Networks Hosting\u00a0and used Server IP :\u00a0220.127.116.11\u00a0which redirected all etherdelta.com visitors to hackers phishing website where they obtained Login Details. \tAs visible above, DNS hijacking was not done, rather Cloudflare account of EtherDelta was compromised and A RECORDS were shifted to Hackers website \tIts really strange that it took hours for EtherDelta to respond and all the loss of Coins is totally fault of EtherDelta as they should have kept better login security means. Poor Show EtherDelta , It can also be an inside job. An angry employee ?