About 14,000 customers of E-Sports Entertainment Association (ESEA) were infected by the code, which mined about 30 bitcoins over a period of two weeks. The company blamed a rogue engineer fo... Read More
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E-Sports Entertainment Association (ESEA) — which lets serious CounterStrike players face each other down in anti-cheat modes — infected about 14,000 of its customers with the code, which ended up... Read More
Last month, ESEA started toying with the idea of adding a Bitcoin mining option to its anti-cheat client, but shelved the idea on April 12, Levine said in an e-mailed statement. <... Read More
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District Judge Forms Blockchain Law Study Group in South Korea
A group of judges, lawmakers and industry experts in South Korea are forming a new group aimed to discuss legal issues surrounding blockchain technology.
Called the Blockchain Law Society, the grou
SBI Holdings Again Invests in Crypto Exchange Under Scrutiny
SBI Holdings, the investment arm of Japanese financial giant SBI Group, is making a new round of investment in a cryptocurrency exchange that's under increased scrutiny from the country's financial re
21-Year-Old Trader Prosecuted Over Bitcoin Money Laundering
A 21-year-old bitcoin dealer from California is being prosecuted for allegedly committing numerous counts of illegal money transmission and money laundering.
According to an announcement from the D
Police Arrest Hackers Suspected of Stealing $87 Million in Crypto
Chinese police from multiple cities have arrested three individuals who allegedly stole bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies worth around $87 million.
Chinese news agency Xinhua reported on Saturday