Japan has experienced another cryptocurrency exchange hacking this year, perhaps the first of the year’s second half. This time, a licensed Japanese cryptocurrency exchange, Bitpoint reported Friday to have been hacked of some crypto assets totaling around $32 million dollars.
According to report received in the early hours of Friday, Bitpoint halted all exchange operations including deposited and withdrawal requests, as well as trading activities on its platform following the event of the successful hacking.
Bitpoint is a licensed Japanese cryptocurrency exchange under its parent company Remixpoint Inc. In the announcement following
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