A new mesh network runs on crypto and the Bitcoin markets might not hit $20K. It’s CoinDesk’s Markets Daily Podcast.
The attackers have apparently been targeting Microsoft SQL database servers to mine cryptocurrency for two years.
CoinSpot says it’s jumped through the hoops to meet the internationally recognized ISO standard.
ZenGo is renewing a debate over personal responsibility and user protections, after discovering an exploit that can drain wallets of all user funds.
In the pantheon of crypto hacks, “SIM jacking” is one of the worst. We break it down for you.
A $350,000 hack casts light on the problem of depending on single price oracles.
A blockchain-secured smartphone and home security camera won Innovation Awards at the annual trade show in Las Vegas. But don’t call the startups behind them hardware companies.
A bug in Twitter’s Android app let users connect random phone numbers to real Twitter handles.
A new malware technique makes a company’s files public if it refuses to pay ransom.
In the cat-and-mouse game between hackers and users, less-lucrative crypto-mining malware fell out of favor this year.
A newly-discovered exploit could hijack banking and wallet apps on your Android phone.
The crypto custodian facilitates a sizable share of on-chain transactions, a sign of consolidation, and power, in the crypto space.
CipherTrace is now providing AML compliance on Binance Chain, which supports both the exchange’s BNB token and DEX.
There’s as much as $10 billion in stolen crypto out there. A joint venture from Coinfirm and Kroll looks to help people get their funds back.
The loss highlights an obvious question for security experts, who wondered why an experienced crypto executive would keep such high sums online.
The global organization is aiming to ease the burden of trying to reset land titles in Latin American countries.
Zamna – a startup backed by the parent firm of British Airways – is building a blockchain bridge for security information between agencies and airlines.
As President Xi called on China to seize blockchain opportunities, industry heavyweights are already leading hundreds of enterprise projects.
A new denial-of-service attack could slow down or completely stop bitcoin payments over the lightning network.
The blockchain analytics provider now offers a window into the data of more than 87 percent of the top 100 cryptocurrencies.