The Japanese cryptocurrency platform, Coincheck, which suffered from a hacker attack earlier this year, launched trading on an extended series of assets on November 26. According to an official press release, the platform resumed its work 10 months after $ 530 million was stolen from the company’s accounts.
Monex Group, the company bought the platform for $ 33.5 million in March of this year, announces its intention to take measures to change the status of the platform and increase the level of security in the next few months.
According to the data, Coincheck currently provides trading services for all cryptocurrencies represented on the platform, including Ripple (XRP) and Factom (FCT). The press release says:
“Coincheck has been steadily resuming as each service’s technical safety is confirmed through the supports of external experts. As of the announcement today regarding XRP and FCT, Coincheck has resumed depositing and purchasing services for all tradable cryptocurrencies on Coincheck.”
Monex also reported that a number of other services, such as lending and partner services, will be launched soon.
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