The First Big Theft from Cryptocurrency Exchanges in 2019

Famous cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia was hacked. This team confirmed that through a security hole in this exchange, the thieves were successful in stealing a high amount of money in a hacking attempt.

 

... read more
 

IBM Food Trust Blockchain Project to Develop in 2019

Food retail giant Nestle located in Switzerland remarked that the Blockchain project of IBM food products will be prepared in 2019 for the suppliers and retailers; big retailers such as Walmart and Unilever are members of this project too.

 

... read more
 

Five Biggest Bitcoin Hacks So Far

Bitcoin hacking and theft will probably turn into the biggest concern for investors in the field of cryptocurrency in 2019. Therefore, it would be interesting to take a look at the biggest and the most extensive hacks in the history of Bitcoin.

 

... read more
 

Success in National Cryptocurrency, An Escape from the U.S Sanctions for Iran

Donald Trump, the U.S. president, announced his decision to one-sided withdrawal from JCPOA on May, 8. last year, and his intention was to impose all former suspended sanctions besides some new others during two stages; that is, 90 and 180 days after his withdrawal from JCPOA against Iran.

... read more
 

European Union Reveals its Sources in Regulating cryptoassets and ICOs

European Union Reveals its Sources in Regulating cryptoassets and ICOs
European Banking Authority (EBA) and the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) have released a report to give some advices for the European a Commission (EC) which has started an action plan in 2018 in the field of FinTech asking about... read more
 

The vulnerability of 25 Cryptocurrencies Against Fake Stake Attack

In many cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, the miner that finds the answer of the difficult problem sooner will be able to confirm the transaction and receive the award and transaction fee. In this model, the miner with more processing ability will have more chance in finding the answer to the difficult problem. 

... read more