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
Goldman Sachs: 'Real Dollars At Work' in Cryptocurrency Markets
Goldman Sachs has published a question-and-answer report focused on cryptocurrencies in which it suggests that clients should be keeping a closer eye on the market.
According to ZeroHedge, which fi
Bitcoin’s Present Bubble Might Actually be the Beginning of Mainstream Adoption
Bitcoin’s enthusiasts are torn between whether to celebrate Bitcoin’s arrival in the foothills of mass adoption, or to lament the upcoming burst that always happens with asset bubbles. There is
XinFin.org Completes It’s Africa Awareness Drive; Starts IoT Projects; Prepares ICO
XinFin.org recently completed Africa awareness program across three nations in Africa, has kicked off several IoT projects in Asia. The organization also plans to follow regulatory standards for it’s
Sony Taps Blockchain to Develop System for Data Sharing and Authentication In Education
Sony Corporation and Sony Global Education (SGE) have created a system to apply blockchain technology to education. The system centralizes managing data from multiple institutions, allowing them to re