Fake Bitcoin Sites Use Names of Singapore Leaders to Solicit Investments, Japan’s Cryptocurrency Exchange Loses US$62 Million In Hack
Japanese cryptocurrency firm Tech Bureau Corp said it lost US$62 million worth of digital currencies after its Zaif exchange was hacked on 14 September. Hackers had stolen three types of cryptocurrencies–Bitcoin, MonaCoin and Bitcoin Cash–from the firm’s hot wallets, which are cryptocurrency addresses where funds for immediate transactions are held. Investigations are ongoing.
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 Second site flagged for using fake comments attributed to DPM Tharman to solicit bitcoin investments
 Japan's hacked crypto exchange says US$62 million worth of coins stolen
 Zaif cryptocurrency exchange loses $60 million in recent hack
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