Report: Crypto Exchanges in South Korea Scrambling to Survive as Bear Market Hits Hard

According to a local publication Blockinpress, crypto exchanges in South Korea are struggling to adjust to changing market conditions and the 14-month-long correction. Since January 2018, the global crypto exchange market has seen a rapid decline in volume. With the exception of Bitcoin and Ethereum, the majority of both major digital assets and tokens have seen a 50 to 90 percent decline in daily volume. Local Crypto Exchanges Considering Laying Off Employees The report revealed that the country’s largest exchanges in the likes of Bithumb and Korbit are evaluating voluntary resignation of at least 10 percent of their employees. Speaking

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Avoiding QuadrigaCX’s $190 Million Disaster: How Do the World’s Largest Crypto Exchanges Store Funds?

Canada’s largest crypto exchange QuadrigaCX lost more than $ 190 million worth of user funds and is unable to reimburse its users. As CCN reported on February 1, the founder and CEO of QuadrigaCX passed away in India with sole control over the company’s cold wallets containing more than $ 150 million in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, and $ 40 million in cash stored with a third party. How do the world’s largest digital asset exchanges such as Binance and Coinbase store funds to avoid a tragic situation like QuadrigaCX? CEO Should Never Have Sole Access to Crypto on an Exchange A

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Dark Web Hacker Proves Leak of Customer Data From World’s Leading Cryptocurrency Exchanges

By CCN.com: The hacker going by “ExploitDOT” has recently confirmed he/she was selling know-your-customer (KYC) data from world leading cryptocurrency exchanges on the dark web, in an attempt to clear his name from cryptocurrency news outlets claiming the ad was fake. Last week, CCN broke the news and revealed the hacker was attempting to sell

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Hacked Customer Data From World Leading Cryptocurrency Exchanges For Sale On The Dark Web?

On a darknet market called “Dread,” a vendor going by “ExploitDOT” is attempting to sell user data from the know-your-customer (KYC) data top cryptocurrency exchanges ask for, required by most jurisdictions. According to data shared with CCN, the hacker has an ad that has been online since July 2018, in which he claims to have

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Seriously all crypto exchanges: You all goddamn live and breathe on the back of blockchain technology, so why the ever living jesus fuck do I have to send a complete stranger on your support chats, all my ID details. Why can’t you use some other blockchain-based privacy method that’s less shit

Seriously all crypto exchanges: You all goddamn live and breathe on the back of blockchain technology, so why the ever living jesus fuck do I have to send a complete stranger on your support chats, all my ID details. Why can't you use some other blockchain-based privacy method that's less shit submitted by /u/funkidredd
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