Canadian police in the municipality of Durham have issued a notice late last week warning the public about new fraudulent schemes involving bitcoin.
According to a notice posted last week, the Durh... Read More
Canada has joined India in issuing warnings about Bitcoin-related Ponzi schemes targeting vulnerable consumers. A report by police in Ontario released Friday states that “fraudsters send cheques... Read More
New Jersey pastor Trevon Gross and coder Yuri Lebedev have been convicted and face 20 years in prison for their roles in Coin.Mx, an illegal bitcoin exchange. The two allegedly helped launder bitcoins... Read More
While the cryptocurrency market is maturing at an incredible speed, this creates opportunities for people to be scammed. Yes, fraudsters have evolved amazingly in the techniques they are deploying to ... Read More
The so-called Large Bitcoin Collider (LBC), a tool set up to find and gain access to Bitcoin address funds through private key discovery, recently passed over 1,000 trillion key searches. LBC,... Read More
Cloud Services and Cryptocurrency Mining Malware
In the past few years, the definition of IT infrastructure has changed from self-hosted servers and data centers to cloud computing and virtual machines. The cloud services became popular mainly
New Bitcoin Core Software Makes SegWit Optional for Miners
A new software update has been published by the Bitcoin Core open-source development community.
Released on Saturday, version 0.14.1 largely builds on the group's March 0.14.0 release, incorporatin
Brexit Effect? Where Bitcoin Stands As Macron, Le Pen Advance in French Election
Figures from Sunday, April 23 first round of voting narrowed the competing candidates to be the next French president to just two: Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. This means that France’s next
Suddenly, Europe is Starting to Become Bitcoin Haven
Countries like France, Germany and the UK have already established regulatory frameworks for Bitcoin companies, users and traders. Other European countries have offered their unique regulatory