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NEM Price Rebounds to Two-Month High Following Coincheck Relisting

Twitter Facebook LinkedIn The price of NEM tokens (XEM) has risen some since Japanese exchange Coincheck announced that it would once again allow trading of the token, which was suspended after a hack at the exchange led to a more than half-billion dollars in tokens being stolen and systematically laundered through other exchanges. The XEM price started picking up momentum ...

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NEM Skyrockets as Coincheck Resumes Trading, Altcoins Trade Up Amidst Bitcoin Stability

NEM (XEM) is currently trading up nearly 20% as cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck resumes its normal trading activity. NEM’s meteoric price rise comes amidst overall market stability, with Bitcoin (BTC) trading steadily at $6,400, and most altcoins trading up. At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading at $6,400, recovering from a slight dip into the mid-$6,300 region. Bitcoin is still ...

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NEM Price Turns Uber Bullish as Coincheck Provides Good News

Whereas most of the top cryptocurrencies are still struggling for traction, interesting developments take place just outside the top 15 The NEM price is going through a very bullish rally right now, primarily because Coincheck has officially resumed trading services for this altcoin. This appears to bring a lot of positive momentum to the New Economy Movement market, as the ...

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Crypto Exchange Coincheck Unsure about Reopening after $500 Million Hack

Twitter Facebook According to several local sources, Coincheck, a major Japanese crypto exchange, is unsure of reopening its exchange after suffering a $500 million hack in January. MineCC, a cryptocurrency miner and analyst based in Japan, reported that Coincheck president Oki Matsumoto said: “I do not know the prospectus of reopening.” Factors Behind the Delay Nine months ago, Coincheck suffered ...

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Coincheck Resumes New Account Openings, Customers Deposits

Coincheck, the Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange victim of a $500 million worth theft, has resumed new account openings, customer deposits, and purchasing of some digital currencies. The operator had suspended some services following the late January incident in order to protect customers’ assets and investigate the cause of hacking. Coincheck Exchange Resumes Trading of BTC, ETC, LTC, BCH, New Accounts Exclusive ...

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9 Months after $530 Million Crypto Hack, Coincheck is Resuming Trading

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck, the victim of the largest theft in the crypto industry’s history, has reopened new user registrations and limited trading services. Coincheck Opens Registration, Limited Crypto Trading The Tokyo-based cryptocurrency trading platform, which lost a record $530 million in NEM tokens (XEM) after an attacker breached its hot wallet in January, made the announcement on Tuesday, more ...

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Coincheck Reopens New Signups, Deposits and Withdrawals of ‘Some’ Cryptocurrencies

Monex Group, the Japanese internet broker that purchased hacked cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck, announced it had reopened new account signups and limited trading in a statement Tuesday, Oct. 30. The latest phase of a step-by-step reboot of Coincheck, Monex added users could also begin depositing and purchasing certain cryptocurrencies. “…Here we announce that Coincheck has resumed ‘new account openings’ and ‘customers’ ...

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Hacked Crypto Exchange Coincheck Posts 66 Percent Lower Revenue in Q3 2018

Japanese crypto exchange Coincheck saw a 66 percent decline in revenue for Q3 2018, according to fiscal results published by the exchange’s operator, Monex Group, Oct. 29. Coincheck was acquired by Monex Group Inc. as a wholly owned subsidiary on Apr. 16, when Coincheck decided to rehaul its shareholder composition and management after $532 million worth of NEM was stolen ...

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Coincheck Will Delist Augur’s REP Token Due to Concerns over Unlicensed Gambling – The Merkle

The cryptocurrency situation in Japan is changing rather quickly these days. Coincheck, one of the country’s bigger trading platforms, has made it clear they are not too keen on privacy-oriented currencies. As such, they have announced the removal of Dash, Monero, and Zcash trading. It seems the company is also getting rid of Augur’s REP token. An Interesting Decision by Coincheck ...

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Coincheck Removes Monero and Three Other Coins Under FSA Ban

Coincheck will delist Monero and three others cryptocurrencies deemed to grant too much anonymity to holders under orders from the Japanese FSA. Japan’s FSA Bans Monero, Zcash, Dash and Augur According to Sputnik Coincheck has confirmed rumors that they will be removing Monero (XMR), Zcash (ZEC), Dash and Augur’s Reputation (REP) coin from trading on its exchange by June 18 ...

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