Hacked Tokyo Cryptocurrency Exchange to Repay Owners $425 Million

TOKYO (Reuters) – Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck … Coincheck’s application, submitted in September, is still pending. Coincheck told a late-Friday news conference that its NEM coins were stored in a “hot wallet” instead of the more secure …
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