Police of New Delhi were reported to have filed a case against the Indian cryptocurrency exchange Coinsecure, for the theft last April of 438 BTC.
Coinsecure announced that customers affected by the April cryptocurrency theft only have until June 30 to file their claims.
Coinsecure, a Delhi-based cryptocurrency exchange, has announced that expected reimbursements following a hack earlier this month will be delayed.
Indian cryptocurrency exchange Coinsecure will pay back its customers affected by the $3.4 million heist involving SegWit-Coin BTC. The catch, however, is that the refunds will be made in Indian rupees.