According to Crypto Briefing, exchange hacking is the biggest threat to cryptocurrency holders. But the latest report from a bank in Liechtenstein shows that hackers are less likely to steal cryptocurrencies from investors and exchanges. The family-run Frick Bank study found that since 2011, although the overall loss caused by encrypted theft has generally increased, the number of reported thefts has steadily declined. Business analyst Martin Stolze said: "The actual proportion of asset losses is declining, which indicates that the hosting business is gradually becoming more specialized." The increase in exchange security, coupled with the increase in agency-level custodians, may be a reduction in encrypted theft. One of the reasons. With better cold storage solutions for large investors and better security protocols for hot wallets, exchanges now have better equipment to protect user deposits.