Posts Tagged ‘crypto-related’

Linux Security Is Facing New Challenges


Sure, now hackers work as fast as new technologies are developing. So, we never know what they do next time. All the main crypto, blockchain and other digital companies are ready to face different problems. But, to tell the truth, every time it`s very unpleasant and not cheap to win. That`s why the best way…

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BitPay Cryptocurrency Payment Processor Added Ether Support


To begin with, BitPay added support for Ether (ETH), the 2d largest cryptocurrency with market capitalization. According to the press release, companies, using BitPay, can accept Ether for purchases without having to install any improvements. BitPay also allows users to store and use Ether in their app. And holders of Visa prepaid cards for it…

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A Code of Practice by The Association of Cryptocurrency Enterprises and Startups

A Code of Practice by The Association of Cryptocurrency Enterprises and Startups

Despite the goal of Bitcoin to decentralize the global banking system, the banks have scored another win. The Association of Cryptocurrency Enterprises and Startups (ACCESS) has created a Code of Practice in partnership with the law firm Linklaters, a multinational entity. A report Per a report released on August 19th, The Association of Cryptocurrency Enterprises…

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On July 3, during a joint press conference by two big Companies in Europe, they announced the arrival of the first authentic bitcoin (BTC) bond the world will witness. The two companies are; A securitization company known as Argento located in Luxembourg and another, the London Block Exchange (LBX) based in London. These are two…

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Two Arrested in Israel After $1.5M Moved

One of the most prominent crypto cybercrimes lately took a dramatic turn on June 23, when two Israeli brothers were arrested regarding the 2016 Bitfinex hack and other crypto-related phishing attacks. Barely short of 120,000 Bitcoin (BTC) was stolen in the attack back in 2016, an amount initially worth $72 million, however, after Bitcoin’s meteoric…

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