In this episode, Anna Baydakova and Danny Nelson discuss North Korea reportedly stealing your crypto to create nuclear weapons, Tesla rattling markets at an opportune time and Nigeria trying to ban crypto.
The Ethereum incubator’s instructional program offers scholarships to help developers get started with coding in Solidity.
Crypto restrictions in India, fresh darknet market research from Chainalysis and the newest chapter in Virgil Griffith’s North Korea saga.
Hackers have been mining crypto on government servers in Russia, including defense contractors and medical centers, expert says.
Darknet marketplaces received $1.7 billion during 2020, mostly from Russia, the U.S., Ukraine and China, Chainalysis says.
Russian police officials may be tracking attendees at pro-Navalny protests using facial recognition tools, detainees claim.
What the GameStop stock market chaos can teach crypto and why the Bank of International Settlements is pitching central bank digital currencies (CBDC) instead of crypto. Also the privacy concerns around China’s digital yuan.
Iran has been clamping down on mining farms, but it also wants to use crypto mining to boost the sanctioned nation’s revenue stream.
Putin’s opponent received 3.7 bitcoin in the last week, tripling the amount raised in the first two weeks of 2021.
In this episode, Anna Baydakova, Tanzeel Akhtar and Nik De discuss to expect from U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration regarding crypto, how QuadrigaCX users are doing and trying to predict the future for Ripple.