You Can Send Invisible Messages With Subtle Font Tweaks

Researchers have developed a new technique called FontCode that hides secrets in plain...

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Armchair Detectives Have Another Bitcoin Puzzle to Solve
May21

Armchair Detectives Have Another Bitcoin Puzzle to Solve

After the notorious 5 BTC ‘bitcoin puzzle’ was solved last January after years of people trying to crack it, now another bitcoin puzzle was launched this week on forums and social media. On May 19, 2018, a person posted an image which contains a bitcoin puzzle that rewards the solver 1 BTC. Also read: A Brief History of Hidden Messages in the Bitcoin Blockchain Bitcoin Puzzles: Hiding Cryptocurrencies in Plain Sight Since...

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PR: Tutellus launches ICO on the Cryptonomos platform
May21

PR: Tutellus launches ICO on the Cryptonomos platform

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release. The sooner our education system is digitally disrupted, the better It’s difficult to measure the impact of higher education,...

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Blockchair Feed Reveals Messages Encoded in the BCH, BTC and ETH Blockchains
May21

Blockchair Feed Reveals Messages Encoded in the BCH, BTC and ETH Blockchains

Blockchain exploration service Blockchair has launched a new analytics tool. Blockchair Feed decodes the messages that are written into the BCH, BTC, and ETH networks. The results can be viewed in a real-time feed comprised of messages that range from the banal to the enigmatic. Also read: A Brief History of Hidden Messages in the Bitcoin Blockchain Feast on a Banquet of Messages with Blockchair Feed Blockchain explorer Blockchair is...

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Singapore ISPs Block 53 Pirate Sites Following MPAA Legal Action
May21

Singapore ISPs Block 53 Pirate Sites Following MPAA Legal Action

Under increasing pressure from copyright holders, in 2014 Singapore passed amendments to copyright law that allow ISPs to block ‘pirate’ sites. “The prevalence of online piracy in Singapore turns customers away from legitimate content and adversely affects Singapore’s creative sector,” said then Senior Minister of State for Law Indranee Rajah. “It can also undermine our reputation as a society that...

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