Japan’s cryptographic currency exchange coin check, which suffered huge hacking damage, submitted a work improvement report to the authorities on February 13.
On January 26, the coin check leaked encryption currency NEM equivalent to 500 million dollars at the current market price.
On February 13, the coin check also responded to requests for withdrawal of customers previously frozen to legal tender currencies.
Yusuke Otsuka, a coin-checker who told the press conference, said he was confident that “NEM’s compensation is up.”
Although the coin check does not disclose the settlement of accounts, it announced that it will compensate for NEM 500 million dollars of illegal outflow customers with their own funds.
Yusuke Otsuka, director, said, “We managed to separate our assets and customer assets separately, we have no problem with non-NEM encryption currency, we will continue the project.”
The timing for coin checks to compensate customers is still undecided.
Currently, coin checks can not trade cryptographic currencies other than bit coins.