North Korean hackers are reportedly said to have stolen $721 million in cryptocurrency from Japan, according to a report by Nikkei. As per a report in Reuters, the hacker groups which are said to be affiliated with North Korea have stolen $721 million worth of cryptocurrency assets from Japan since 2017. The Nikkei business daily report on Monday said that North Korea has stolen $721 million in crypto from Japan over the past five years, citing a study by U.K. blockchain analysis provider Elliptic. Cryptocurrency Hackers Stole $3.8 Billion From Crypto Investors in 2022, Says Report.
North Korea Stole $721 Million in Cryptocurrency?
BREAKING: Nikkei reports that North Korea has stolen $721 million in crypto from Japan over the past five years
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