Daily Archives: December 1, 2018

North Korean Hackers Move Onto Attacking Individuals After Exchanges Boost Security

A South Korean cybersecurity company detected over 30 attacks on cryptocurrency users, most likely carried out by North Korean hackers Cointelegraph.com News

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Report: Bitcoin Mining Doesn’t Fuel Climate Change, It Benefits the Global Economy

The majority of bitcoin miners — about 78 percent — use renewable energy to power their mining operations, while preventing surplus electricity from going to waste in countries such as China, a new study by Coinshares has revealed. The U.K.-based digital asset management company argues that “bitcoin mining may in fact be acting as an electricity buyer of last resort,” ...

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Crypto Markets Meet December in Green, Bitcoin Trades Above $4,200

Crypto markets go green on the first day of December, with Bitcoin breaking and holding the $ 4,200 threshold Cointelegraph.com News

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A Look at the Multi-Currency Encrypted Messaging App ‘Chat.Chat’

Over the past few weeks, cryptocurrency proponents have been discussing a new messaging and collaboration platform called Chat.Chat. The application offers an all-in-one system with secure messaging, a multi-currency wallet and native communication with decentralized apps like Memo. Also read: Sirin Labs Launches Blockchain-Centric ‘Finney’ Smartphone The Chat.Chat Messaging Platform There have been a lot of attempts lately to create social ...

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An appreciation for George H.W. Bush, one of politics' most 'courteous' people

George H.W. Bush wasn't the most triumphant president of recent decades, but he was one of politics' most courteous people.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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Estonia: Amendments to Anti-Money-Laundering Regulations Will Tighten Crypto Regulation

The Estonian government is about to receive amendments to AML laws, which will tighten crypto regulation Cointelegraph.com News

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Four Ways to Commemorate Bitcoin’s 10th Anniversary

On Jan. 3, 2019, cryptocurrency proponents the world over will commemorate Bitcoin’s 10th anniversary. While some will raise a glass to Satoshi’s decade-old accomplishment, others may choose to mark the occasion by acquiring a piece of memorabilia. Predictably, there is no shortage of companies lining up to hawk commemorative bitcoin baubles. Also read: Sirin Labs Launches Blockchain-Centric ‘Finney’ Smartphone Bitcoin Is ...

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Palm Phone Review: Fun, endearing, and bad at everything

“Seriously?” That’s usually the expression I get when I whip out the new Palm phone, one of the tiniest Android phones released in recent memory. This 3.3-inch device has a spec sheet closer to a smartwatch than a smartphone, and it looks more like a prop from a comedy skit rather than a serious connectivity product. There have been phones with ...

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