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If you have bought via P2P exchange, then it’s highly possible that you have bought stolen funds (for example stolen from Coincheck exchange).
Looking at transactions hashes both were done from addresses marked containing stolen funds.
You should ask HitBTC for a reason.
Wow, and if you were able to determine the stolen funds by hash, then why didn’t these coins simply be frozen on the account of the thief? So I lost my deposit due to suspicious addresses?
Or maybe you have experience resolving such contentious issues?
This is open ledger not a bank. You can’t stop funds even if someone steals them. Only current holder can hold it.
You must ask HitBTC for an exact reason. Nobody but they can return it. But if you have bought from thief I don’t think it will happen.