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One of Japan’s largest digital currency exchanges has said it will refund most of the $534m (Â£380m) worth of virtual assets lost in a hacking attack.
Coincheck has promised to use its own funds to reimburse more than 46bn yen ($423m) to customers who lost their NEM cryptocurrency coins on Friday.
The Tokyo-based company suspended trading after detecting “unauthorised
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