Kucoin was hacked yesterday for $150 million, which caused Bitfinex and Tether to freeze over $33 million of USDT on the EOS blockchain. The stolen funds can be being tracked in real-time on an Ethereum address where users sent some of the stolen funds. More than $4 million in ETH was received here and another $146 million withdrawn as  AMPL, MKR, OMG, YFI, and other decentralized finance (defi) tokens like CHR, VI and OCEAN. Johnny Kyuhas, KuCoin's CEO, promised to reimburse users who lost funds in the hack using their insurance fund. KyCoin shut down its servers once it noticed funds were being moved out.

Bitcoin News (Sept 26, 2020)