Japan’s Line to launch cryptocurrency exchange amid hacking fears

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Line Corp plans to launch a cryptocurrency exchange, a move that comes as regulators investigate such exchanges in the country after hackers stole $530 million in digital money from Coincheck in one of the world’s biggest …
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