A London court has ordered cryptocurrency exchanges including Binance, Coinbase, Kraken and Luno to hand over customer details to a rival operator to help it track $10.7mn in stolen funds. In a ruling on Tuesday, the High Court ordered six exchanges, all based outside the UK, to disclose customer information including names, bank accounts and card details, subject to some redactions. The judge said “steps should be taken before the scent goes colder” to trace $1.7mn of the money that was tracked to 26 accounts, all of which were owned or operated by one of the six exchanges.
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