Monthly Archives: September 2018

Amateur Cryptojackers and Apple Macs Emerge as Two Mining Malware Trends for 2018

The National Security Agency and amateur cryptojackers are both behind this year’s growth in mining malware Cointelegraph.com News

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China’s Oldest Science and Tech Publication Accepts BTC for Subscriptions

On Sunday China’s oldest tech media publication, Beijing Sci-Tech Report (BSTR) also known as ‘Technology life,’ has announced the business is accepting bitcoin core (BTC) for the magazine’s 2019 subscriptions. Also read: Launching a Website on the Bitcoin Cash Network Is Now a Reality  The Publication Beijing Sci-Tech Report Now Accepts BTC for 2019 Subscriptions   The Beijing Sci-Tech Report (BSTR) ...

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Crypto Markets See Mix of Red and Green, With Half of Top 100 Coins Slightly Up

Around half of the top 100 coins by market cap see small gains. Bitcoin is trading slightly above $ 6,600 Cointelegraph.com News

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A Review of the New Stellarx Decentralized Exchange

This week, Stellar launched its long-awaited decentralized exchange. Stellarx offers trading of a range of assets including cryptocurrencies from multiple blockchains, using stellar lumens (XLM) as the base currency. The exchange differs significantly from existing decentralized offerings, which are limited to tokens pertaining to a single blockchain – usually Ethereum. With Stellarx, however, users can trade BCH, BTC, USD, ETH ...

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‘Active Scam’: MetaMask Adds Optional Block of Top Ethereum Decentralized App

333ETH, currently the number one Ethereum DApp by user numbers, has received scam accusations from wallet provider MetaMask, got blocked Cointelegraph.com News

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One reporter's fascination with Siberia leaves readers asking for more

Fred Weir has the uncanny ability to help you understand the ideas and values shaping this complex, diverse, and fascinating country. Earlier this summer, Fred proposed a reporting trip to the eastern Russian republic of Buryatia. The goal: provide a rare glimpse into the historical, political, religious, and environmental culture of this mountainous region of Siberia. Five stories later, we were thrilled ...

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White House is not involved with FBI investigation into Kavanaugh allegations, officials say

The White House told the FBI not to investigate Julie Swetnick's claims against Brett Kavanaugh, according to multiple reports.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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Japan: Self-Regulatory Group of Crypto Exchanges Set to Tighten Rules on Online Digital Asset Storage

Japanese self-regulatory group of crypto exchanges plans to limit the amount of crypto assets that can be stored by its members online Cointelegraph.com News

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