A two-year-old Israeli blockchain startup says it has found a way to cancel crypto transactions if they are sent to the wrong wallet address.
Even Vladimir Putin was not able to save this Dark Web mastermind who ran an elite invite-only cybercrime club.
Israel-based Sapiens reportedly paid in Bitcoins for a ransom requested during an attack that reportedly happened between March and April.
U.S. and Israel-based firms were charged for promoting fake investment schemes and defrauding customers of $15 million.
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Following the acquisition, ShapeShift users will have integrated access to multiple decentralized finance applications and services
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Israeli banks should not deny services to firms involved with crypto, attorney general Avichai Mandelblit said
Fidelity’s venture arm Eight Roads has led a $13 million Series A funding round for Israeli B2B blockchain startup Clear
Police forces in Belgium, France and Israel have reportedly put a stop to an international scam promising high returns of up to 35% on crypto investments. A big French private company and a French local authority are said to be among the 85 victims of this network. In total, 10 suspects related to the case […]
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