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Users Sue Coincheck Over Frozen Cryptocurrency Withdrawals – The Merkle

The recent Coincheck exchange hack cannot go unpunished. Someone has to take the blame for this particular incident, and the bosses of the exchange formally apologized during a recent press conference. However, it seems several Coincheck users have filed a lawsuit against the exchange firm for freezing withdrawals after the theft occurred. A Major Lawsuit for Coincheck It has almost ...

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Japanese Cryptocurrency Coincheck Faces Lawsuit over Withdrawals

Get Trading Recommendations and Read Analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Investors have opened legal proceedings against embattled Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck. The Tokyo based platform was the victim of a major hack last month, with a reported loss of $530 million worth of XEM. The platform quickly closed both fiat and cryptocurrency withdrawals following the breach, in an ...

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Coincheck Delivers Report to Japan’s FSA | News

All eyes are on Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck in the aftermath of what has become the biggest hack in virtual currency history – eclipsing the Mt. Gox hack of 2014. According to Reuters, Coincheck delivered its report to Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) on Tuesday, Feb. 13 on the hack in January which saw more than $500 mln worth of ...

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Hacked Exchange Coincheck To Be Sued By Traders For Fr… | News

Ten cryptocurrency traders will file a lawsuit at the Tokyo District Court on Thursday, Feb. 15, against crypto exchange Coincheck over the company’s freezing of crypto withdrawals, Reuters reported today, Feb. 13. The Japan-based exchange had frozen all withdrawals after they lost $530 mln in NEM in a hack last month. The plaintiffs’ lawyer, Hiromu Mochizuki, told Reuters that the ...

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Coincheck Clients Withdraw $372 Million; NEM Theft Refunds are Coming

Get Trading Recommendations and Read Analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. After removing a temporary freeze on withdrawals today, Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck said it has completed transfers worth 40.1 billion JPY ($372 million) in withdrawal requests by customers. Weeks after suffering the ignominy of being the victim of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency theft, ever, Coincheck has kept ...

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Tokyo Police Question NEM Trader Over Coincheck Theft

Get Trading Recommendations and Read Analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Japanese police have reportedly questioned a domestic trader who converted a small portion of stolen NEM from Coincheck into Litecoin as a part of an ongoing investigation. Citing sources with an ear to the investigation of the recent major theft of NEM tokens from Japanese exchange Coincheck, ...

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Japan Remains Optimistic About Cryptocurrencies Despite Coincheck Heist and Recent Price Woes

This past Friday, financial regulators in Japan began on-site inspections of 16 digital currency exchanges — two weeks after hackers stole $530 million in NEM tokens from Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck, the largest virtual coin heist in history. Despite this heist — and concerns over lax security at other exchanges — regulators, investors, and enthusiasts in the country have not been deterred. ...

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Japanese Exchange Coincheck to Resume Yen Withdrawals on Tuesday

Get Trading Recommendations and Read Analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Japanese exchange Coincheck has announced it will re-enable customers to withdraw their fiat yen deposits next week. In an announcement today, the embattled exchange confirmed it will remove the temporary suspension of Japanese Yen (JPY) withdrawals from customers’ accounts at the exchange. The suspension was put in ...

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Japanese FSA Inspects Recently-Hacked Coincheck Exchan… | News

Japan’s Finance Minister Taro Aso has confirmed that authorities inspected the recently-hacked crypto exchange Coincheck for compliance Friday, Feb. 2, to “ensure protection of users.” The country’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) carried out the move ahead of a deadline — set for later this month — for Coincheck to submit an account of the $530 mln hack that took place ...

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Japan’s FSA Raids Coincheck Offices Following $500 million Hack

Coincheck’s offices were raided by Japan’s Financial Services Agency a week after a $500 Million dollar hack took place against the Cryptocurrency exchange, files and computers were seized as evidence. “The inspection was conducted to ensure security for users,” Finance Minister Taro Aso said. Largest Cryptocurrency Heist Since Mt Gox As reported earlier hackers accessed a single signature hot wallet ...

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