The South Korean trading platform Coinrail resumed trading a month after the hacker attack. As the finversia.ru project writes, some of its users' resources have already been restored, and cryptocurrency exchange has paid users a part of the compensation. Bitcoin.com reported that in June, hackers stole 11 different cryptocurrencies from the platform, as its security system contained a vulnerability. The platform has changed its security system, developers have recovered stolen funds in Dentacoin, BBC and Ethereum, and now users can work with these coins. The exchange offered clients to receive compensation for damages due to the repurchase of the cryptocurrency by own money and gradually crediting it to client accounts, or by compensating for damages with its own RAIL token.
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