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The real victims of mass crypto-hacks that keep happening. Hundreds of millions in Bitcoin and other digital coins are being stolen by hackers almost regularly. At least $2.3bn since Mt Gox. BBC speaks to victims of the latest $100m Liquid hack and asks why crypto platforms are so badly secured.

"My mum and dad had one Bitcoin on there, so about 70,000 Australian dollars (£37,000). It was, and is, a lot of money to them.

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