Hackers Steal $31 million in Cryptocurrency from Bithumb

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Bithumb, ranked the seventh largest cryptocurrency exchange and located in South Korea, has confirmed that it was hacked and that the thieves absconded with approximately $32 million in coins, including the XRP token issued by Ripple.

Following the hack, the exchange stopped cryptocurrency deposits and withdrawals and moved assets offline.

Bithumb has reported that it will compensate victims for the losses.

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