Harmony users are furious the crypto startup wants to issue billions of new tokens to make up for the $100M that was stolen

Blockchain startup Harmony has proposed issuing nearly 5 billion new cryptocurrency tokens to compensate customers for the almost $100 million worth of such assets that were stolen from its service.

Many of those customers are unhappy with what Harmony is proposing, fearing it would undermine the already depressed price for its token.

"It boggles my mind that not only do we lose money, we also pay for the reimbursement ourselves via inflation," said a user with the screen name dilutedtozero. "You…

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