One of the largest bitcoin exchanges in the world has been hacked, and 30,000 customers’ data has been compromised, according to a report from Yonhap News. Bithumb is based in South Korea, and the country’s watchdog Internet and Security Agency is investigating after some customers said they lost money in the attack. Bithumb did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment, though it says users’ passwords were not stolen, according to Yonhap News.…"One of the world’s biggest bitcoin exchanges has been hacked"
The case of who invented bitcoin keeps getting weirder. An Australian tech entrepreneur named Craig Steven Wright on Monday offered “proof” that he is the real “Satoshi Nakamoto,” a pseudonym used by the mythical programmer who launched the digital currency in 2009. That included a demo to reporters of a signature produced by a unique… bitcoins | New York Post"Has the greatest mystery in tech been solved?"