By CCN.com: Crypto exchanges are a straightforward place to keep cryptocurrency when trading. Cash out fees accrue less quickly, and trades can be made much faster than having to transfer currencies from another wallet. The downside to keeping your funds on an exchange? More than $ 500 million was stolen exclusively from Japanese exchanges in 2018 alone. The funds stolen have left governments with a serious need to intervene. Japan was the first country to formalize crypto exchange regulation, and they have taken these breaches very seriously. Previously, storing funds in a cold wallet – offline crypto storage wallets that are
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My computer was hacked and two of my exchange accounts compromised but they couldn't get anything because all of my crypto is on a Trezor fully offline. If you haven't put your crypto in cold storage I highly recommend it.
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The cold wallets of QuadrigaCX, once the largest crypto exchange of Canada, have reportedly been found to be empty. According to Bloomberg, most of the Bitcoin funds from the exchange’s cold wallets were moved out in April 2018, more than 9 months before QuadrigaCX revealed it had lost $ 150 million in customer funds after its CEO Gerald Cotten passed away with sole control of the company’s wallets. Ernst & Young, a big four auditor tasked as the monitor of QuadrigaCX, found six cold wallets of the exchange used to store Bitcoin. Five of the six wallets did not contain any
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