Shaun Bridges, 33, appeared in federal court in San Francisco and
admitted to money laundering and obstruction of justice.
Bridges belonged to a Baltimore-based federal task force that i... Read More
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Shalon, who used the aliases "Phillipe Mousset" and "Christopher Engeham," and Aaron, who went by "Mike Shields," allegedly wrote emails that Shalon allegedly disseminated through "their po... Read More
If a hacker hijacks your computer with malware and holds your data for ransom, it’s probably best to just pay up, at least that’s the latest... Read More
A 17th Century Mansion Is Being Auctioned Off on a Blockchain
A 17th century Italian mansion is being auctioned on a blockchain.
Announced Friday, Beverly Hills real estate brokerage Hilton & Hyland is partnering with blockchain startup Propy to auction the P
ZeppelinOS Software Launch Promises Easier Fix for Ethereum Contracts
Unfixable ethereum smart contract errors might soon be a thing of the past.
While such bugs can cause any number of issues for blockchain operators today, announced Friday, a startup called Smart C
Just One Top Crypto Bucked This Week's Market Downturn
Shadowing the losses in bitcoin, the top-25 cryptocurrencies have all fallen over the last seven days – all bar one, that is.
The broader markets seem to have been dragged lower by a 9.5 percent we
BitGo Is Building Its Own Digital Asset Custodian
Four months after announcing it would acquire the asset custodian Kingdom Trust, blockchain security firm BitGo has decided instead it would just build its own.
The startup said Thursday that it wa