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Electronic currency theft with $ 534 million from a trading platform

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Post by rocky on Mon Jan 29, 2018 11:03 am

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[rtl]One of the world's largest e-currency platforms was stolen over $ 500 million at the end of last week .[/rtl]
 
[rtl]The platform initially stated that all electronic currency withdrawals and the yen's currency had stopped, with the result that more than $ 500 million in electronic currency was announced .[/rtl]
 
[rtl]The Japanese company said that about 523 million coins of the NAM currency had been transferred to another account, noting that the value of stolen coins amounted to about 58 billion yen at about 534.8 million dollars.[/rtl]
 
[rtl]Last Friday, Quincy stopped the deposit of NEM, the tenth largest currency by market value .[/rtl]
 
[rtl]Last December, South Korea's electronic currency trading platform, Yopt, announced it had lost about 17 percent of its assets.[/rtl]




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