How Thousands of Misplaced Emails Took Over This Engineer's Inbox

Kenton Varda gets dozens of messages a day from Spanish-speakers around the world, all thanks to a Gmail address he registered 16 years...

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Review: Crypto.com’s Ruby Steel Prepaid Visa Card
Jun26

Review: Crypto.com’s Ruby Steel Prepaid Visa Card

A number of members in the cryptocurrency community, typically people who are paid in crypto assets, have tried a myriad of prepaid cards that can be credited with digital currencies like bitcoin. The following post is a review on the Crypto.com prepaid Visa card in order to give our readers some perspective on how the card operates. During the last four years, I’ve grown accustomed to leveraging prepaid cards that can be loaded...

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Self-Proclaimed Satoshi Claims He’s Autistic, Judge Tosses Out Sanctions Against Craig Wright
Jun26

Self-Proclaimed Satoshi Claims He’s Autistic, Judge Tosses Out Sanctions Against Craig Wright

The Kleiman v. Wright case is seemingly headed to trial on July 6, 2020, after Judge Beth Bloom ruled against the Kleiman’s attempt to levy sanctions against Craig Wright, the man who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto. It seems Wright has claimed that a licensed clinical psychologist diagnosed him with “Autism Spectrum Disorder with high intellectual skills,” so the Judge dismissed the sanctions charges. Judge Bloom...

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Wirecard $2 Billion Scandal: Firm Files for Insolvency, Ex-CEO Arrested, User Funds Safe
Jun26

Wirecard $2 Billion Scandal: Firm Files for Insolvency, Ex-CEO Arrested, User Funds Safe

Scandal-hit crypto card issuer Wirecard AG, a firm that has filed for insolvency because of its missing $2.1 billion – but customer funds appear to be safe, for now. The news comes just two days after former chief executive officer Markus Braun was arrested by German police on allegations of falsifying accounts and market manipulation. Braun, who quit as CEO on June 19, has since been released on €5 million ($5.6 million)...

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US Senators Introduce ‘Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act’ — With Backdoor Mandate
Jun26

US Senators Introduce ‘Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act’ — With Backdoor Mandate

US lawmakers have introduced the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act to ensure law enforcement can access encrypted information. This bill is “a full-frontal nuclear assault on encryption in the United States,” one expert says. It requires manufacturers of encrypted devices and operating systems to have the ability to decrypt data upon request, creating a backdoor requirement. Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act Senate...

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