9 Months after $530 Million Hack, Crypto Exchange Coincheck is Accepting New Users

CCN reports:

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.

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 than nine months after the hack forever etched the exchange’s name in crypto infamy.

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