Hackers are not trying to sell XEM tokens stolen from Coincheck …

Hackers are not trying to sell XEM tokens stolen from Coincheck through exchanges – NEM Foundation

Hackers Who Hacked Japanese Exchange Coincheck Last Week Move tokens XEM worth 58 billion yen, but they still haven’t tried to sell them.

“Stolen funds for exchanges were not translated. While these funds are outside public exchanges, liquidate their will be very difficult, especially in large volumes“, – explains the NEM Foundation.

Formerly Reuters with referring to the vice-president of the NEM Foundation, Jeff McDonald, reported that hackers are trying to sell stolen tokens and already began to distribute their on 6 cryptocurrency exchanges.

However, the representative of NEM Europe, part of the NEM Foundation, Paul Rieger reported, that this information is not true totally. When asked by CoinDesk, he wrote: “It was 11 transactions of 100 XEM were made from one of the hacker’s accounts to “random” accounts. Nothing was on sale. Nobody tried to transfer funds to exchanges either “.

Hackers are not trying to sell XEM tokens stolen from Coincheck ...

On Wednesday edition The Japan News reported that the stolen XEMs were moved to 20 addresses within 5 days, mostly on Friday 26 January and Tuesday 30 January. Central Police Department started to study these transactions, because he thinks that they are were committed to deceleration investigation progress.

Topics time XEM continues to show increased volatility. Soon after publications news about Coincheck hack and fall before $ 0.70 course cryptocurrencies jumped to the $ 1.20 level, but has since started to decline at the time of publication located about marks $ 0.79.

Hackers are not trying to sell XEM tokens stolen from Coincheck ...