The 'Twinning' Fad, the Weather Channel, and More Security News

A rogue PewDiePie fan, Marriott hack details, and more of the week’s top security...

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Bitcoin Cash Transaction Fees Were Less Than a Cent Throughout Most of 2018
Jan06

Bitcoin Cash Transaction Fees Were Less Than a Cent Throughout Most of 2018

One of the great benefits of the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network is that miner fees have been consistently inexpensive for well over a year. A typical BCH network fee in 2018 has been lower than most blockchain networks and the median average each day has not surpassed a U.S. penny in 10 months. Also read: Four Cryptocurrency Hotspots That Saw Tremendous Growth in 2018 Bitcoin Cash Transaction Fees Stay Low The BCH network continues...

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Coinbase and Its Troubling History of Customer Account Closures
Jan06

Coinbase and Its Troubling History of Customer Account Closures

Coinbase is hailed as a paragon of the cryptocurrency industry, its CEO’s every utterance amplified and its every coin listing over-analyzed. Lauded for introducing millions of people to cryptocurrency, Coinbase is regarded as a net good for the crypto space. But there’s a less savory side to the San Francisco exchange that’s seen prominent customers have their accounts frozen without warning. Also read: Four...

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Thousands of Banned Binance Customers Remain Cut off by the Exchange
Jan06

Thousands of Banned Binance Customers Remain Cut off by the Exchange

Binance, the world’s second largest digital asset exchange by traded volume, has withdrawn its services from countries targeted by U.S. economic sanctions, in line with its controversial revised terms of use. However, the ban affects entire populations in countries such as Zimbabwe, where U.S. restrictions are supposed to specifically target individuals and companies. Also read: Bitcoin Primely Positioned as U.S.Foreign...

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Analysis: Understanding the SEC’s Stance on Crypto
Jan06

Analysis: Understanding the SEC’s Stance on Crypto

Last year the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission took enforcement action against initial coin offerings and other crypto companies perpetrating fraud. Many believe 2019 will be the year when regulators clamp down on rogue cryptocurrency operators. Here we decode the overlapping and occasionally contradictory stance taken by U.S. regulators, and consider what the market can expect. Also Read: Hundreds of ICOs Being Secretly...

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