US Cyber ​​Security Supervisor: US has over $50 million in cryptocurrency stolen in 15 months, partly due to SIM card exchange fraud

According to the New York Post, Sami Tarazi, director of the US Silicon Valley Law Enforcement Alliance Computer Group (REACT), said that in the past 15 months, cryptocurrencies worth more than $50 million have been stolen in US personal encrypted wallets. A new hacking technology blamed on SIM card exchange. Since the beginning of last year, five such hackers between the ages of 18 and 26 have been arrested for being accused of stealing cryptocurrencies from others.