Coincheck Has Now Reinstated All Cryptos After January Hack
Japanese Password Exchange After suffering a $ 533 million hack in January, Coincheck has now restored services for all passwords listed on the platform.
The Mockx Group has resumed depositing and purchasing services for XRP and fact (FCT) tokens on Monday, according to the Monex Group, a Japanese online brokerage firm that has acquired Corkingk.
The news means that Coincheck has resumed service of nine cryptocur calls that can be traded at the time of the January hack. This includes bit coin (BTC), ethernet (ETH), ethernet classical (ETC), literal coin (LTC), bit coin cash (BCH), NEM (XEM), and lisk (LSK). Support for ETH, XEM, and LSK was added just two weeks ago.
At the end of October, the exchange also began accepting bank transfer agreements for customers in Japan.
In the future, the exchange is seeking to resume several other functions, including leverage transactions, Japanese yen deposits through convenience stores, and plans to allow users to pay power bills with passwords.
In January, hackers stole $ 533 million worth of Crypto calls from Coincheck, leading to regulatory inspections and new customer acceptance. The Monex Group acquired the platform in April with a $ 33.5 million contract.
Last month Coincheck reported a loss of $ 5.25 million ($ 588 million) during the Q3 period (the second quarter of fiscal year) as a result of the hack.
According to CoinMarketCap's data, the exchange promoted approximately $ 31 million in transaction volume on its platform during the last 24 hours.
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