Hackers wipe out Coinbase customer accounts

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CNBC’s Eamon Javers joins Shep Smith to report on Coinbase customers who lose their investments after hackers break into their accounts and steal the cryptocurrency from their accounts. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  1. That is the reason crypto are not for amateur, needs to be in cold wallet, or in DEFI where you have the private key, that is the problem when you allow corporations to handle your money, people should educate them self what they are getting and stop to lend their crypto for those like coinbase

  2. Theft is Theft, it does not matter if the Conbase customer is an idiot or not, look at the fees they charge. Besides in my opinion digital anything is all gone when the electricity goes out.

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