Foreign media: After BitPoint was stolen, it has confirmed that $2.3 million of stolen funds are going, and is trying to find it back.

On July 15th, according to the website cryptimi, the Japanese crypto exchange BitPoint (BPJ) has found and is trying to recover $2.3 million of the $32 million that was stolen by hackers last week. According to the exchange, the funds were discovered on trading platforms outside Japan, which run a trading system provided by BitPoint Japan, which should help them recover the funds and further recover the remaining stolen assets. Although BPJ has confirmed a small amount of funding, it still has a long way to go to get the remaining $28 million. Remarks: Previously, BPJ issued a notice saying that a large outflow of cryptocurrency occurred during the night of July 11 to 12, causing all services including account opening to be suspended. The company also stated that it will assume the corresponding responsibility and pay compensation to the customer.