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The U.S. government is charging ahead in its pursuit of privacy tokens, according to the latest sanctions.
Taking account of more aggressive crypto tracking measures and what they mean for future government adoption of blockchain.
During the last two years, hackers have been trying to crack the seventh-largest bitcoin wallet, an address that holds 69,370 BTC or $712 million using today’s exchange rate. According to the CTO of the cybercrime intelligence firm, Hudson Rock, the wallet is being publicized on hacking forums in order to crack the password. Wallets with […]
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A California judge has dismissed the $200 million in damages claim against the telecom giant AT&T for alleged negligence and fraud. The judge still ruled the telecom company had to answer the lawsuit by Michael Terpin for enabling the theft of $24 million worth of his cryptocurrency after a company agent gave his sim card […]
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Either the treasury made a typo, or Russian hackers are so good, their wallets don’t even have to exist.
As new U.S. election nears, the Treasury adds new names and crypto addresses to its specially designated nationals list
Hot wallet attacks have been making a lot of headlines lately.
Officials shut down border checkpoints for 4 hours on Aug. 27.
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