Tech Bureau in a recent announcement on yesterday said that it has signed an agreement with Fisco which is a publically listed investment company in Japan – to transfer the business of Zaif to Fisco Crypto Exchange. This deed of partnership according to the parties is expected as an approach that would avoid additional risks for Fisco and users on the platform.
Zaif, presently is one among the sixteen authorized crypto exchanges online in Japan, underwent an illicit hack recently in the month of Sept. on 20th in which around $60 Mln priced of crypto currencies got taken away, together with nearly six thousand bitcoins. While other compromised assets enclosed Bitcoin Cash along with the monacoin digital currency, as previously reported by EtherDesk.
As a part of the business transfer deal, Tech Bureau aforesaid that Fisco would resume the clients compensation process, which might use its own bitcoin and bitcoin cash to refund users who actually lost their crypto assets. As per an announcement by Fisco, the corporate started operating a bitcoin exchange back from Aug. 2016.
Meanwhile, for the stolen monacoin, Tech Bureau aforesaid Fisco would pay back users in Japanese yen at a rate of $1.28 USD, per unit.
Based on the announcement, the two now currently expect to host shareowner conference meetings in Oct. before they execute the business transfer on 22nd Nov.
Tech Bureau aforesaid afterwards that it might dissolve its crypto exchange business and get rid of the license registered with the Financial Services Agency, Japan’s Financial market regulator.
As antecedently reported, right after the hack, Tech Bureau signed an initial agreement with Fisco that the latter would supply five billion yen, or $44.5 Mln, to support Zaif’s compensation plan and to amass a significant possession of the platform. However after negotiations, the two created changes to the initial set-up with a business transfer approach.