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$60M in virtual currency hacked in Japan

TOKYO -- Bitcoin and other digital currency worth around 6.7 billion yen ($60 million) has been stolen in Japan following a hacking attack, a virtual exchange operator said Thursday. Osaka-based Tech Bureau, which operates virtual currency exchange Zaif, said its server had been illegally accessed and money transferred. We decline to comment on the details of how this illegal access occurred, as it is a crime and we ve already asked the authorities to investigate, Tech Bureau said in a statem

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