Bithumb Hack: Exchange Confirms It Will Reimburse All Users

Wilma Woo · June 21, 2018 · 8:00 am South Korea’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Bithumb, has confirmed that it indeed lost 35 billion won ($31.4 million) in this week’s high-profile hack — which it will repay to users in full.  Bithumb: Amount Lost Could ‘Decrease’ In an update posted on June 21, the Bithumb said it […]

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Monex Owned Coincheck Confirms Delisting of Privacy Coins

Nick Chong · May 20, 2018 · 10:00 pm CoinCheck has plans to remove 3 privacy coins – Monero, Dash, and Zcash – from their platform along with an ERC-20 token which elicits gambling on a non-regulated platform. Cryptocurrency Privacy: Is It Under Attack? Coincheck has just announced that they will be ceasing the trading […]

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Half of Coincheck’s Stolen NEM May Already be Laundered

Adam James · March 19, 2018 · 9:30 am Hackers involved in the high-profile Coincheck heist earlier this year may have successfully converted half of the stolen NEM tokens into other digital currencies. Hung out to Dry As reported by Japan Today, hackers involved in the large-scale Coincheck heist may have utilized the anonymous “dark […]

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