MyEtherWallet Warns That A “Couple” Of Its DNS Servers Have Been Hacked

Cryptocurrency wallet MyEtherWallet (MEW) tweeted a warning that a “couple” of its DNS servers have been hacked and users risk being redirected to a phishing site this morning, April 24. MEW is now in the process of verifying which servers have been targeted and is working to resolve the hack “asap,” they added. Continue reading MyEtherWallet Warns That A “Couple” Of Its DNS Servers Have Been Hacked

California Takes ‘First Step’ Toward Embracing Blockchain With New Bill

A California Senator’s blockchain bill is advancing in the State Legislature. Senator Bob Hertzberg, a Democrat representing the San Fernando Valley, has introduced a bill that would allow blockchain technology into formal documentation known as a corporation’s articles of incorporation throughout the state of California. Senator Hertzberg presented the bill, dubbed SB 838, to the Senate Banking and Financial Institutions Committee in recent days, which he says is a “first step” to unveil the decentralized technology to the state. Continue reading California Takes ‘First Step’ Toward Embracing Blockchain With New Bill

BitPay Confirms Bitcoin Cash Retail Payments as Prices Jump

Cryptocurrency payment service provider BitPay has announced that it will allow brick-and-mortar businesses to use Bitcoin Cash for payments. Already available for Bitcoin, the new service will give customers the option to choose between paying in BTC or BCH. Continue reading BitPay Confirms Bitcoin Cash Retail Payments as Prices Jump

Japan’s 16 Licensed Cryptocurrency Exchanges Launch Self-Regulatory Body

A concentrated effort among 16 licensed Japanese cryptocurrency exchange operators to ‘restore confidence’ in the sector following the $530 million Coincheck theft in January has finally seen the launch of a self-regulatory body. Continue reading Japan’s 16 Licensed Cryptocurrency Exchanges Launch Self-Regulatory Body

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