Japenese Crypto Exchange Coincheck Resumes NEM (XEM) Trade Ten Months Later

NEM (XEM)

After ten months of stagnancy, the newly re-opened Japenese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck has resumed its NEM (XEM) trading. According to a South Korean news source FNNews, Coincheck has restricted its platform by external ‘security experts.’

一部仮想通貨の入金・購入再開のお知らせ(ETH・XEM・LSK)https://t.co/g3Hc9rzxZ1

— Coincheck(コインチェック) (@coincheckjp) November 12, 2018

NEM (XEM) Trading Resumes on Coincheck

Back in January, Coincheck suffered the largest cryptocurrency exchange hack in history. $ 530 million USD worth of XEM was stolen from the Japanese exchange. After the investigation, the company announced it would repay the 260,000 investors affected by the hack.

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