Cryptocurrency exchange Poloniex is getting ready to resume withdrawals and deposits after suffering a $100-million hack on November. 10.

Poloniex required to X (formerly Twitter) on November. 29 to announce that it’ll be progressively resuming deposit and withdrawal services on November. 30 at 2:00 am UTC.

The crypto exchange stressed that it’ll implement a phased resumption from the services to “prioritize the safety” of user funds. Poloniex will particularly start restoring Tron (TRX) deposits and withdrawals first, adopted by Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Tether (USDT) along with other cryptocurrencies “within the following two days,” the announcement stated.

Additionally to restoring withdrawals, Poloniex stated it’s positively focusing on presenting new listings, which is available soon. The exchange also requested that users make use of the recently updated deposit addresses after they become available. The announcement mentioned:

“Please observe that failure to make use of the updated addresses for deposits can lead to the funds not credited. We apologize for just about any inconvenience this could cause and thank you for understanding.”

Within the same announcement, Poloniex also guaranteed to do an airdrop for users who maintain their assets on Poloniex. Developed together with HTX DAO, the airdrop campaign is anticipated to produce in December, with asset balance calculation commencing on 12 ,. 1. Tron founder Justin Sun formerly announced the airdrop intend on November. 24.

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“The tokens for that airdrop is going to be attracted from the premium project that is going to be listed. We’ll unveil the particular information on the wedding in December,” the announcement notes.

Additionally to prioritizing Justin Sun-founded Tron for withdrawals, Poloniex also tagged the entrepreneur within the announcement on X. Sun-linked crypto platforms, including HTX and Poloniex, happen to be hacked four occasions in the last two several weeks, losing nearly $240 million combined.

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