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LONDON (Reuters) - Hackers behind one of the biggest ever digital coin heists have now returned over half of the $610 million-plus they stole, the cryptocurrency platform targeted by the hack said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - People care what their avatars are wearing.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The company behind cryptoasset marketplace Pintu announced on Tuesday (Aug 10) that it collected US$35 million in series A+ funds. It intends to use the funds to include more assets on its trading platform and develop new features.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hackers pulled off the biggest ever cryptocurrency heist on Tuesday, stealing $613 million in digital coins from token-swapping platform Poly Network, only to return $260 million https://www.reuters.com/technology/defi-platform-poly-network-reports-hacking-loses-estimated-600-million-2021-08-11 worth of tokens less than 24 hours later, the company said. Here's what we know so far about the heist.
NEW YORK (Bloomberg): The world’s largest cryptocurrency is staging a comeback that has taken it up more than 50% from recent lows, reviving animal spirits and coaxing out sky-high price targets that, while a source of comedy for some, emerge when the asset is rallying.
A cryptocurrency transferring service revealed it had a massive amount of tokens stolen in its system, with hackers grabbing a record-setting haul potentially worth RM2.54bil.
NEW YORK: A change to cryptocurrency reporting rules in the infrastructure bill was blocked in the Senate, leaving language for broad oversight of virtual currencies still in the legislation that’s set to pass the Senate.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Losses from theft, hacks, and fraud in "decentralized finance" or DeFi, a thriving segment in the cryptocurrency sector, hit an all-time high in the first seven months of the year, a report from crypto intelligence company CipherTrace showed on Tuesday.
A change to cryptocurrency reporting rules to the Internal Revenue Service was blocked in the US Senate, raising concerns by crypto miners and software players.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin investment products and funds registered outflows for a fifth consecutive week, as investor sentiment remained cautious in the midst of increased global regulatory scrutiny, data from digital asset manager CoinShares showed on Monday.