TOKYO -- Embattled Japanese cryptocurrency exchange operator Coincheck announced on Thursday that it will start repaying victims of the January NEM virtual currency heist from next week.
Some 58 billion yen ($547 million) worth of NEM at then-rates, held by about 260,000 people, was stolen from the exchange in late January. The theft forced Coincheck to stop almost all services and make repayment plans.
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