Tag: Coincheck hack

  • NEM(XEM) begins to regain Customers reputation after Coincheck Scandal

    NEM(XEM) begins to regain Customers reputation after Coincheck Scandal

    Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck is starting to refund customers that were affected by the Jan. 26th hack of around $534 million USD worth of NEM(XEM), as well as allowing the withdrawal and sale of certain cryptocurrencies, according to two press releases published yesterday, March 12, on Coincheck’s website. Compensation will be paid in Japanese yen,…

  • Crypto Impostors Demand Verge (XVG) From Twitter Users

    Crypto Impostors Demand Verge (XVG) From Twitter Users

    Verge (XVG) –The continuous attack on cryptocurrency leaves much to be wondered about especially now that Verge (XVG), a self-acclaimed “secure and anonymous cryptocurrency, built with a focus on privacy” got its Twitter account attacked with hackers demanding coins from Twitterians. It is not clear if the hackers carted away with unsuspecting coins of Twitter…

  • Binance Coin (BNB) – Price is Surging

    Binance Coin (BNB) – Price is Surging

    Binance Coin (BNB) – With over $6 billion in assets traded in an average 24 hour period Binance is currently the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange. Binance even set a record in mid January when 240,000 users signed up for the exchange in just an hour. With intense growth like this it is no surprise that…

  • Iconomi (ICN) – A New Economy

    Iconomi (ICN) – A New Economy

    Iconomi (ICN) – is a digital assets management platform that allows anyone from beginners to experts to invest and manage their digital assets. More than just a marketplace for assets, ICONOMI provides the best experience and simplest methods for entering the growing distributed economy. These digital assets are the foundation of the new economy as…

  • Aftershocks Of Attempted Binance Hack Still Visible In The Crypto-Verse

    Aftershocks Of Attempted Binance Hack Still Visible In The Crypto-Verse

    We all dread the day that our popular Cryptocurrency exchanges are hacked. Some of us prepare for the fateful day by storing our coins and tokens on the Nano S and Trezor Hardware wallets. Some of us opt for MyEtherWallet and IMToken to store our ERC20 tokens obtained from numerous ICOs and exchanges. I have…