Users of Hacked Exchange Cryptopia Can Now Make Claims to Recover Funds
The liquidator of the defunct cryptocurrency exchange has opened a portal so former users can begin making claims to retrieve their trapped funds.
New Zealand dollar reserves backing the stablecoin are to be confirmed by an accounting firm on a quarterly basis.
A BlockchainNZ membership review is reportedly focused on alleged conflict of interest between the Qoin project and related companies.
“If you are happy to invest in gold, you can’t really discount bitcoin," says the fund's chief investment officer.
The hacked wallet belonged to a creditor, U.S. firm Stakenet, which had not lost funds in the 2019 hack, as reported by Stuff.
The warning comes a day after the regulator's U.K. counterpart, the Financial Conduct Authority, also raised similar concerns.