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After removing a temporary freeze on withdrawals today, Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck said it has completed transfers worth 40.1 billion JPY ($372 million) in withdrawal requests by customers. Weeks after suffering the ignominy of being the victim of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency theft, ever, Coincheck has kept its promise to lift the temporary suspension on

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