Japan’s financial watchdog, the Financial Services Agency (FSA), has laid out yet further regulatory stipulations for domestic crypto exchanges
Coincheck is set to be relaunched by the Monex group. The broker purchased the organization for around $33.5 million.
Report reaching Cryptona.co revealed that the NEM coins, which worth $530 million, stolen from Coincheck – the largest Japanese cryptocurrency exchange, have been transferred out of the hackers’ account as NEM Foundation stops the tracking…
According to the regulations initiated in Japan, the entire world has been following suit. This was initiated after the $500 million Coincheck hack in Japan which is a Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange.
What a good news for Coincheck exchange as report came in from researchers that some of the $530M worth of NEM coins hacked from the exchange on January 26 has been tracked to Canada.
Coincheck, who suffered a theft of $530M in loss of the NEM cryptocurrency, promised to reimburse its customers. However, Coincheck Exchange hasn’t upheld its promise as report came up this week from the local Japanese news outlets that the…
The Japan’s FSA has given its responds to the $530M Coincheck exchange cryptocurrency theft after hackers managed to steal NEM coins from the “hot wallet”. The exchange has also concurred to reimburse the victims of the hack attack.
The Tokyo-based Coincheck Exchange was hacked in what was termed ‘The Biggest Exchange Theft in History’. However, this story is constantly developing, but here’s what we know so far about the $530 Million Coincheck Hack.