Japan’s Coincheck suffers largest virtual currency theft

Such an attack may have been behind Friday’s theft, which tops the 2014 disappearance of roughly 47 billion yen in currency from former Japanese bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox as history’s largest virtual currency breach. Coincheck “deeply regrets” the incident …
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