The Japanese Zaif bursts out, losing $ 60 million in cryptographic coins

We recall Mt.Gox, which controlled 70% of the market in 2013 before losing 850,000 bitcoins, then estimated at $ 450 million.

Hackers steal nearly $ 60m in digital currency from a Japanese stock exchange, 8 months from the attack on CoinCheck where they lost more than $ 500m.

$ 19.6 million belonged to the Zaif Stock Exchange and among stolen coins are Bitcoin, Monaco and Bitcoin Cash.

Japan is the “home” of some of the world’s largest cryptographic currency entities.

We recall Mt.Gox, which controlled 70% of the market in 2013 before losing 850,000 bitcoins, then estimated at $ 450 million.

At least 12% of bitcoin transactions are carried out in Japanese yen.

Zaif is considered by Coinmarketcap.com as the 35th largest stock market in the world.

In these moments we write a bitcoin exchanges with $ 6.441. Since the beginning of the year, the world’s largest currency has lost half of its value.

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