}); The rise of the Bitcoin margin following the break-up of a Japanese stock exchange and the theft of 60 million dollars

The rise of the Bitcoin margin following the break-up of a Japanese stock exchange and the theft of 60 million dollars

The rise of the Bitcoin margin following the break-up of a Japanese stock exchange and the theft of 60 million dollars
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The currency saw a limited rise in Thursday's trading, while most of the other major currencies retreated, as the currency traded in the range of 6400 dollars amid increasing attempts to reach the level of psychological support next 6500 dollars. The Securities and Investment Commission of Australia said in a statement that it will increase the Regulatory action in misleading initial currency offers.


At 03:39 GMT, the currency of the Betquin rose 0.7% to trade at $ 6,400 on the Bitfinx exchange, while the second largest currency by market value was 1.6% to trade at $ 210.41 on the Bettinx exchange. About 2.7% to trade at $ 0.32421 on the Bullionix Stock Exchange, while the currency of the Litcoin dropped 1.6% to reach $ 53.813.


Over the course of yesterday's trading, the currency of the Betquin rose by 0.9% for the second day in a row after recording earlier trading at a two-week low of 6100 dollars.

Total market capitalization added $ 1 billion to $ 201 billion on Thursday.

The Australian Securities and Investment Commission warned that there are problems with offers of initial currencies because they often misuse the data, describing it as misleading and deceptive. The Commission noted that some companies involved in the activities of offers of primary currencies do not carry Australian financial services licenses, Against many of these companies.

The Commission said in its statement that the offers of primary currencies are speculative investments mostly unorganized, and there are some companies that use them in fraud.

In other news, Cointelegraph said on Wednesday that hackers stole about $ 60 million in digital currency from the Japanese digital exchange Zaif.

According to a Japanese media report, hackers stole 4.5 billion yen from user portfolios and about 2.2 billion yen from the company's assets.

Meanwhile, in the United States, the New York State Attorney's Office said the digital currency market was vulnerable to manipulation and lacked consumer protection, adding that the industry had not yet achieved serious market control.