Indian cryptocurrency exchange Coinsecure has reiterated its intention to refund customers after last week’s $3(+) million theft. A significant majority of the stolen funds could be paid in Indian fiat rupees instead of bitcoin – if the siphoned bitcoins aren’t recovered. In a notice posted on its website over the weekend, Delhi-based crypto exchange Coinsecure
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