Why Cops Can Use Face ID to Unlock Your iPhone

For the first publicly documented time, law enforcement has used Face ID to forcibly unlock someone’s iPhone. It won’t be the...

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Banks, Money Mules and Front Companies Aid Terrorists in Conflict Zones Launder Money
Oct02

Banks, Money Mules and Front Companies Aid Terrorists in Conflict Zones Launder Money

Terror financing is taking on a new shape, but still retaining its old aides. Environmental crimes such as wildlife trafficking and illegal ivory sales have overtaken the drug trade as the major income source for terrorists around the world, accounting for more than a third of their revenue. However, it is not cryptocurrency that is helping non-state militias and terrorist groups fuel conflict in countries like Syria, the Democratic...

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Ross Ulbricht Marks Fifth Anniversary in Prison
Oct02

Ross Ulbricht Marks Fifth Anniversary in Prison

Alleged founder of Silk Road, Ross Ulbricht, marked his fifth year in prison. October 1st, 2013, Mr. Ulbricht began a double life sentence without the possibility of parole for his alleged founding and running of the Silk Road online marketplace. On the occasion of his fifth full year, FreeRoss.org launched a new project to raise awareness of his story and how he might one day be released. Also read: US Regulator Moves to...

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How to Set up a Bitcoin Paper Wallet
Oct02

How to Set up a Bitcoin Paper Wallet

This article is a step-by-step how-to guide for creating bitcoin paper wallets. It walks through choosing a paper wallet generator, securing the computer environment to use it on, configuring and printing the wallets, cleaning up before and afterward to thwart hackers, and physically securing the wallets. Also read: 160 Crypto Exchanges Seek to Enter Japanese Market, Regulator Reveals Why Use a Paper Wallet A paper wallet is a...

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Meet Cash-ID: The Open Protocol That Uses Bitcoin Cash Keys for Identity
Oct02

Meet Cash-ID: The Open Protocol That Uses Bitcoin Cash Keys for Identity

This past Sunday BCH proponent and developer, Jonathan Silverblood, revealed a project he’s been working on called Cash-ID. The Cash-ID concept is an open protocol for online identification purposes that provides users with the ability to sign in to web pages using their bitcoin cash keys for login credentials. Also read: Portal Network Developers Announce Bitcoin Cash Name Service Cash-ID: An Open Protocol That Utilizes...

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