Japanese crypto exchange Coincheck announced that it would reimburse roughly $425 million to its users affected by the recent hack. Usually when a cryptocurrency exchange is hacked, its users are out of luck. Valuable coins that have been stolen are never seen again, leaving users with empty wallets, shattered hopes, and lots of anger. However, the recent major hack of Coincheck is playing out differently as the Japanese exchange announces it will pay back $425
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