Coincheck heist sheds light on Japan’s rush to create cryptocurrency rules

TOKYO (Reuters) – After the Mt. Gox cryptocurrency exchange was stung by a half-billion dollar theft in 2014, Japanese regulators swung into action. Their goal was to craft rules that both protected traders and allowed a promising sector to flourish.
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