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February 06, 2018, 05:08:33 PM
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South Korea’s national spy agency told a parliamentary committee it was possible North Korean hackers broke into a cryptocurrency exchange in Japan to steal $520 million worth of digital coins, a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.




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If it's not China, than must be Russia and if not them than it must be North Korea for sure  Undecided And tomorrow we will listen again how they are undeveloped and running their systems on Spectrum,Commodore or at best win 95...
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