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Again, trading platform for cryptovaluta hacked in South Korea

The South-Korean trading venue for cryptovaluta, Bithumb, has been hacked. In addition, criminals converted to 25 million euro of loot. It is the second hack on a South Korean trading platform of cryptovaluta in a short time.

The hack at Bithumb was probably Monday. The remaining coins are by the trading platform transferred to safe areas of the stock market. The company has the news about the robbery itself brought out, and says to pay the costs.

After the theft, decreased rates of verschllende cryptomunten.

Last week reported Coinrail, another South-Korean trading venue, that there is a roof of unknown magnitude has occurred. In January there was a 500 million dollar booty made at the Japanese Coincheck.

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Price Bitcoin drops significantly after hack in South Korea


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