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Coincheck: NEM Foundation ceased to track the stolen funds

Coincheck: NEM Foundation ceased to track the stolen funds

According to NHK World all coins NEM (XEM) stolen from Japan’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges have been withdrawn from the account hackers. January 26, hackers stole $ 530 million in cryptocurrency NEM after hacking cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck. As of February 1, NEM Foundation found out that the hackers transferred stolen funds NEM at different addresses, but… More

Coincheck has decided to delist three cryptocurrency

Coincheck has decided to delist three cryptocurrency

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck will cease to serve the bidding at three anonymous cryptocurrencies: Monero, Dash and zcash for. The decision was made on the background of the January break-in when it was stolen tokens NEM in the amount of $ 534 million These crypto-currencies will be bought from customers Coincheck at a fixed price…. More

Stolen from Coincheck tokens NEM discovered on stock exchanges in Canada and Japan. Law enforcement agencies informed

Stolen from Coincheck tokens NEM discovered on stock exchanges in Canada and Japan. Law enforcement agencies informed

Researchers from the Blockchain Intelligence Group Inc. (BIG) tracked some tokens NEM (XEM), abducted on 26 January as a result of hacking Coincheck. According to a press release from the team’s BIG March 1, coins found on crypto-currency exchange Vancouver, Canada. Today, March 2, the newspaper of the Central Committee of the Communist party of… More

Team NEM: kidnapped 530 million dollars in XEM can I track

Team NEM: kidnapped 530 million dollars in XEM can I track

This week has been the biggest theft in the history of cryptocurrency, when the Japanese stock exchange Coincheck has been stolen approximately $ 530 million in XEM. On 27 January, after only a few hours after the announcement of the theft, the developers of NEM has created an automatic system of tags for tracking of… More

Coincheck compensates kidnapped 523 million NEM to all affected users

Coincheck compensates kidnapped 523 million NEM to all affected users

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck announced on Saturday, January 27 that it would pay compensation to all 260.000 its users who have become victim of a hacker attack, which was stolen 523 million NEM in the amount of about 534 million dollars. As it turned out after the break, the funds stored in the wallet with… More