The SIM Swap Fix That the US Isn't Using

While foreign phone carriers are sharing data to stop SIM swap fraud, US carriers are dragging...

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Old Twitter Account Gives Away $10K in Bitcoin Cash in 48 Hours 
Apr27

Old Twitter Account Gives Away $10K in Bitcoin Cash in 48 Hours 

Over the last two days, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) supporters have noticed a Twitter handle called @Bitcoininfo tipping a bunch of random individuals and nonprofit organizations significant amounts of BCH. The Twitter profile with 107,000 followers revealed on April 26 that it gave away $10,000 in BCH using the tipping bot Tippr. Also read: Researchers Find Hundreds of Ethereum Wallets at Risk Due to Weak Key Pairs Dispersing $10K in Bitcoin...

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Markets Update: Crypto Bulls Lose Footing After Stablecoin Controversy
Apr27

Markets Update: Crypto Bulls Lose Footing After Stablecoin Controversy

Cryptocurrencies dropped in value yesterday after the New York Attorney General’s court filings against Bitfinex and Tether were published. Currently, the entire market capitalization is roughly $170 billion and most cryptocurrencies have lost 2-10% of their value since the announcement. Also read: Researchers Find Hundreds of Ethereum Wallets at Risk Due to Weak Key Pairs NYAG Announcement Creates Crypto Market Uncertainties On...

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Smartphone Wallpaper Lets You Track the Price of Your Favorite Coins
Apr27

Smartphone Wallpaper Lets You Track the Price of Your Favorite Coins

Crypto investors are always keen to stay updated about market movements that change the value of their holdings. A live wallpaper for smartphones called Crypto Bubbles allows you to keep track of the prices of multiple coins at a glance. Also read: Crypto of the Day App Gauges Investor Sentiment and Market Trends Get Crypto Price Data Directly on Your Homescreen Crypto Bubbles is a simple app developed for Android devices that gives...

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US Govt Identifies Top Pirate Sites and Other ‘Notorious Markets’
Apr27

US Govt Identifies Top Pirate Sites and Other ‘Notorious Markets’

In its yearly “Out-of-Cycle Review of Notorious Markets”, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) lists a few dozen websites said to be involved in piracy or counterfeiting. The overview is largely based on input from industry groups including the RIAA and MPAA, who submitted their recommendations late last year. The USTR stresses that the list isn’t exhaustive, nor is it meant to reflect legal violations. The...

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