Dashlane's Super Bowl Ad Proves Password Managers Have Arrived

A company you’ve never heard of is spending millions of dollars to let you know it can make your online life...

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Bitcoin Verde’s New Project Aims to Promote Bitcoin Cash Node Diversity
Feb03

Bitcoin Verde’s New Project Aims to Promote Bitcoin Cash Node Diversity

Software developer Joshua Green announced Friday via the read.cash blog that the Bitcoin Verde team is launching a project to increase mining diversity. Green believes all the Bitcoin Cash implementations should “strive to be viable mining alternatives” and he’s encouraging full node developers to focus on this goal. Additionally, the engineer disclosed Bitcoin Verde will be constructing a block template validation...

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Cambodia Announces State Cryptocurrency as More Details Surface About China’s Digital Yuan
Feb03

Cambodia Announces State Cryptocurrency as More Details Surface About China’s Digital Yuan

With China still in the lead, other countries are advancing their projects to develop payment systems around central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). Cambodia, for example, has recently revealed it will mint its own coin within months. The news comes as more details about the digital Chinese yuan indicate its main purpose will be to substitute cash in a system that provides “controlled anonymity.” Also read: China Issues...

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Silk Road Mentor’s Arrest Rekindles Tales of Rogue Agents and Pirate’s Treasure
Feb03

Silk Road Mentor’s Arrest Rekindles Tales of Rogue Agents and Pirate’s Treasure

On January 30, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York (SDNY) revealed that Roger Clark, the alleged senior advisor to the Silk Road marketplace, pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute massive quantities of narcotics. Clark, otherwise known as ‘Variety Jones,’ was a unique character within the Silk Road saga who claimed a rogue member of the FBI was on the run extorting him and other darknet...

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Police Forces in Belgium, France and Israel Stop Scam Promising 35% Returns on Crypto Investments
Feb03

Police Forces in Belgium, France and Israel Stop Scam Promising 35% Returns on Crypto Investments

Police forces in Belgium, France and Israel have reportedly put a stop to an international scam promising high returns of up to 35% on crypto investments. A big French private company and a French local authority are said to be among the 85 victims of this network. In total, 10 suspects related to the case have been arrested. Also Read: Alleged Las Vegas Scammer Charged for $11 Million Crypto Binary Options Ponzi €6 Million...

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