COINSECURE STARTS THE REFUND PROCESS AFTER ITS $3.5 MILLION CRYPTOCURRENCY HEIST

Coinsecure, the Indian exchange desk that lost $3.5 million worth of cryptocurrency in a heist last month, is finally ready to make amends to the numerous affected users. The exchange has been sending out individual emails to duped customers, stating that they can now initiate the claims process. It is worth noting that unlike its previous announcements related to the theft, Coinsecure has not published this notice on its website. We were however...

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