British think tank: North Korea has received $700 million in cryptocurrencies through cyber attacks

According to a report released by the UK's think tank Royal United Services Association (RUSI) on Monday, North Korea is responsible for encrypted network attacks in several countries, including the United States, South Korea, the United Kingdom and Japan. North Korea is reportedly stealing $545 million to $735 million in cryptocurrencies from various encryption funds. RUSI said North Korea may use these funds to buy luxury goods, including jewelry and gold, from overseas sellers.