Japan’s cryptocurrency exchanges face shortage of engineers

TOKYO (Reuters) – When cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck Inc explained how hackers made off with $530 million in digital money, it said part of the problem was beyond its control: Japan’s lack of software engineers. Coincheck said that no matter how hard …
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