On a darknet market called “Dread,” a vendor going by “ExploitDOT” is attempting to sell user data from the know-your-customer (KYC) data top cryptocurrency exchanges ask for, required by most jurisdictions. Continue reading Hacked Customer Data From World Leading Cryptocurrency Exchanges For Sale On The Dark Web?
Cryptopia, a New Zealand-based crypto exchange, was hacked this week, suffering “significant losses” as a result of the breach. Continue reading Crypto Exchange Cryptopia Suffers ‘Significant Losses’ from Hack
Is it possible that the US Federal Reserve’s decision to tighten its balance sheet contributed to bitcoin and the wider cryptocurrency market losing steam in 2018? If so, what should crypto investors expect from the independently-run central bank in the future? Continue reading From Bitcoin to Brexit, Here’s What Investors Need to Watch for in 2019
Steem is an open-source blockchain platform for publishing content. It works like a mixture of Reddit and Blogger, with incentivization in the form of Steem. TheDarkOverlord is the hacker group who says they have damning evidence and 9/11 papers. Yesterday, Steemit banned TheDarkOverlord. The hacker group uses Steem to publish his communiques and demands. They were previously banned from Twitter. Continue reading Bitcoin Ransom: 9/11 Papers Hacker Group Banned from Steemit Platform
Four Hong Kong investors have come out to demand refunds of the capital given to Wong Ching-kit, a businessman who sells Bitcoin mining equipment, after claiming that the 24-year-old crypto promoter scammed them. Continue reading Investors Demand Refund from Hong Kong Millionaire over Crypto Mining Scam