Last week, Europol announced that it helped UK and German law enforcement agencies arrest a 36-year old man from Oxford, England, accused of stealing around 10 million euros (about $11.4 million) in IOTA coins from more than 85 victims around the world since January 2018. "From what we know, just a small amount of the 10 million euros has not been found," Dominik Schiener, IOTA co-founder and co-chairman of its board, said in an interview with Reuters on Friday. Schiener said they first thought this was the work of an organized group, but it now looks like the hack was the work of an individual "who had a normal job and is well-educated." Europol in its statement last week declined to disclose the name of the hacker.

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