TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese regulators will allow cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck Inc to resume yen withdrawals from Tuesday, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Coincheck, reeling from the theft of $530 million worth of NEM digital money by hackers last month, has received yen-withdrawal requests from customers totaling about 30 billion yen ($280 million), the person said.
The exchange froze withdrawals of yen and digital currencies following the theft.
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($1 = 109.0600 yen)
(Reporting by Takahiko Wada Writing by Thomas WilsonEditing by William Mallard)