[SecurityWeek] Hackers Steal $97 Million from Japanese Crypto-Exchange Liquid

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Liquid on Thursday announced it fell victim to an attack that resulted in large amounts of crypto-currency assets being stolen.

Liquid announced that hackers were able to compromise its warm wallets, stealing various amounts of Ethereum, Bitcoin, Stablecoins, Ripple, and other tokens.

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