Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck, a breach of which was stolen more than 500 million dollars, yesterday reopened the opportunity for the user withdrawal of deposits in Jena.
According to the application of the company, shortly after Coincheck partially resumed operations, users took to 40.1 billion yen (about 373 million U.S. dollars).
Such a large amount of evidence that users Coincheck has lost the confidence of this cryptocurrency exchange, especially after the recent statements of the financial services Agency of Japan (FSA). In a statement the FSA said that the security for the exchange is poor and that the representatives of the FSA informed the administration Coincheck long before breaking.
The FSA later said that Coincheck is one of the 16 cryptocurrency exchanges in Japan which have not yet received a license due to vulnerabilities in the security system.
Recall that in Coincheck has decided not to declare bankruptcy and to pay compensation to all the victims of a hacker attack. According to news Agency Nikkei, COO Yusuke Otsuka said on February 13 at a press conference that the firm does not intend to leave the business.