Bithumb has managed to recover roughly 45 percent of the cryptocurrencies stolen during the June 20 hack. The platform announced the news in an update published on June 28 — while also providing full disclosure of the digital currencies taken in the attack. The company also acknowledged the support of other exchange platforms in its efforts to recover the stolen funds.  Taking Back Half Bithumb initially reported that hackers had managed to steal $31 million
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