Google bans cryptomining Chrome extensions because they refuse to play by the rules
Apr04

Google bans cryptomining Chrome extensions because they refuse to play by the rules

Enlarge / Mining: no longer welcome in Chrome. (credit: Jeremy Buckingham / Flickr) After a policy that previously permitted them, Google has decided to remove any and all Chrome extensions that mine for cryptocurrencies after finding that too many developers didn’t play by the company’s rules. Google allowed Chrome extensions that performed mining with the proviso that the extensions clearly disclosed that they performed...

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Paul Nakasone Will Have to Balance NSA Needs With US Cyber Command Background

The appointment of Paul Nakasone raises the question again: Should the NSA and Cyber Command be controlled by one man?

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Crypto Exchanges Charging Up To $3 Million To List Tokens
Apr04

Crypto Exchanges Charging Up To $3 Million To List Tokens

Cryptocurrency trading exchanges are charging as much as ten times the amount traditional exchanges request for securities, according to a paper released by Autonomous Research, a fintech analysis firm. Also read: Taiwan Looks to Regulate Bitcoin Under Anti-Money Laundering Laws ICO Listing Exchanges Charging Huge Fees Infrastructure providers of crypto listings have realised that there’s money to be made when it comes to...

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Bitcoin in Brief Wednesday: Satoshi’s Millions and the Price of Publicity
Apr04

Bitcoin in Brief Wednesday: Satoshi’s Millions and the Price of Publicity

Welcome to the second instalment of Bitcoin in Brief, a daily feature from the news.Bitcoin.com team. In today’s roundup: examining the ownership of pre-2010 bitcoins, Vitalik Buterin calls out Craig Wright, and John McAfee’s price per tweet sets tongues wagging. Also read: Bitcoin in Brief Tuesday: Blockchain Wars and a Sleuth of Bears Vitalik Buterin Takes On Craig Wright Vitalik Buterin is a man of few tweets,...

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Meet the Charity ‘eat BCH’ – the P2P Electronic Cash-to-Food System
Apr04

Meet the Charity ‘eat BCH’ – the P2P Electronic Cash-to-Food System

Over the past few months of 2018 flying under the radar, there’s  a new charity aimed at feeding Venezuelan citizens and their children — a group called ‘eat BCH.’ The group has been getting a lot of bitcoin cash (BCH) donations towards feeding the hungry from within the country’s troubled economy. The donations are proving how perfect a peer-to-peer electronic cash system can be for those in need....

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