CCTV Financial Channel pays attention to the theft of virtual currency of 3.5 billion yen in Japan's BITPoint Japan exchange

According to official CCTV financial news, today's CCTV financial channel "International Financial Reporting" column reported the previous Japanese exchange BITPoint Japan 3.5 billion yen (about 220 million yuan) virtual currency theft. BITPoint Japan employees said in an interview with CCTV that some departments of the company are very busy dealing with the incident, but other departments dealing with account opening, trading and other services are basically suspended due to the suspension of services. Local local investors in Japan also said that they had similar incidents of stolen money, indicating that there are still problems in the current management system of these enterprises. I hope that the Japanese government can conduct stricter supervision. It is also necessary for investors to recognize the risks of virtual currency itself and not to invest blindly. According to previous reports, the Japanese exchange Bitpoint lost 3.5 billion yen in the hacking attack. The exchange has issued an emergency maintenance announcement and announced that it will temporarily stop including transactions and send and receive payments from 10:30 local time on July 12th. All services within.