450,000 Coinmama Users’ Information Leaked in Dark Web

Coinmama is one of the largest cryptocurrency brokerages in the global markets which was attacked by hackers. According to an official announcement published by this brokerage, 450000 users’ Email addresses and account passwords hashes have been disclosed.

 

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Is Spring of Cryptocurrencies Coming?

The winter of cryptocurrencies may have been worse than a thousand ice ages, and getting through it took a lot of guts from the people involved. 

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Eight Cases of Cryptojacking Revealed in Microsoft Store

Symantec has recently announced that it has found a number of Potentially Unwanted Applications (PUAs) in Microsoft store. PUA is a kind of software which is installed on the system on the background without asking the user’s permission

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Lightning Users and Gamers Can Earn Bitcoin by Playing on This Network

According to news published on February 13, Satoshi games platform was created on the Lightning network. It was also announced that from this date on, users and gamers could participate in these games and receive Satoshi by solving challenges.

 

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Hyundai and IBM Collaborate to Accelerate Blockchain Technology

According to the announced news on February 13, 2019, IBM company stated in the annual conference of technology and business “IBM Think 2019” held in San Francisco, California that Hyundai Commercial, a subsidiary company of Hyundai in South Korea, will cooperate with IBM, one of the biggest companies in the field technology, to modernize its business through Blockchain technology.

 

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Chinese Miner Predicts Bitcoin Price Increase up to $740,000

According to reports published by the encryption news outlet 8BTC on February 11, the founder of the Chinese mining pool Poolin crypto named Zhu Fa predicted that Bitcoin price could increase up to 5 million yuan ($738,000) in the future.

 

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The First American Giant Bank in the Domain of Cryptocurrencies

JP Morgan Chase, one of the most famous American banks, started working in the field of cryptocurrency after issuing JPM Coin. Jamie Dimon CEO of JP Morgan Chase has named Bitcoin a “fraud” in September 2017; however, he changed his mind after a while, to the extent that he introduced cryptocurrencies a risk for a business of the banks under his management. In reaction to this turnabout, Alan Silbert, an old timer bank CEO, said in a tweet: “Backpedaling is the first step in the program towards walking the path.”

 

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