DOJ Indicts 2 Iranian Hackers for Harmful SamSam Ransomware

A string of attacks hobbled the city of Atlanta, multiple hospitals, and more. The feds now think they know who did...

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Russian Hackers Haven't Stopped Probing the US Power Grid

Researchers warn that utilities hackers don’t need to cause blackouts to do damage.

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Court Drops Charges Against Alleged Btc-e Operator Alexander Vinnik
Nov29

Court Drops Charges Against Alleged Btc-e Operator Alexander Vinnik

The lawsuit against alleged Btc-e operator Alexander Vinnik for “fraud, money laundering, and other grave crimes” filed in Cyprus has reportedly been dropped. His lawyer says the case “fell apart at the very early stage” at the initiative of the plaintiffs themselves. Also read: Indian Supreme Court Moves Crypto Hearing, Community Calls for Positive Regulations Lawsuit Dropped The lawsuit filed in Cyprus...

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Korean Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Promote Crypto Trading
Nov29

Korean Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Promote Crypto Trading

A South Korean lawmaker has reportedly introduced a bill to promote cryptocurrency trading and the development of crypto exchanges. In addition to requirements such as capital, manpower, and internal systems, the bill proposes establishing a committee to promote and support crypto trading. Also read: Indian Supreme Court Moves Crypto Hearing, Community Calls for Positive Regulations Promoting Crypto Trading Korean lawmaker Kim...

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BCH Upgrades: What’s New and What’s Next
Nov29

BCH Upgrades: What’s New and What’s Next

It’s been two weeks since the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hard fork that upgraded the BCH chain and resulted in a blockchain split. But although many people have been focusing on the birth of Bitcoin SV, a number of BCH proponents are already moving forward and discussing the network’s latest upgrades, as well as the next hard fork scheduled for May. Also Read: Free Keene Activists Launch Tip-Card Creator Called...

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