UPDATED – Bitpoint Japan Loses $28m in Crypto in Hot Wallet Hack By Editors, Regulation Asia Published on 16th July 2019 The majority of the stolen funds belonged to clients and were held in hot wallets. Crypto exchanges in Japan are required to hold client assets offline in segregated cold wallets.To continue reading... Sign in Password * Remember me Lost your password? **If you were a member of the previous Regulation Asia website, you will have to re-register your details to gain access to the site. Get access to Regulation Asia Regulation Asia delivers the latest news, research and analysis on regulation across banking and capital markets. Enquire about a subscription today. Get in touch with one of our team or purchase a subscription by clicking below: Enquire Subscribe To discuss our subscription options please email firstname.lastname@example.org Related:Bitcoin, Bitpoint, Coincheck, cryptocurrency, Cybersecurity, Ether, FSA, hack, hot wallets, Litecoin, Payment Services Act, Remixpoint, Ripple, Zaif Recommended for you ISDA Issues Guidance on Executing Trades on Recognised Venues UPDATED – ASIC, Federal Police Dismantle Online Fraud Syndicate Big Data: Who’s Writing the Rules of the Game?