Coincurve’s Rod Hsu says facial recognition can stamp out social media Bitcoin scams.
As Trump clamps down on Chinese social media in the U.S., tech in general becomes subject to nationalism.
Someone hacked the digital court hearing of the alleged 17-year-old Twitter breacher.
The author of the controversial bitcoin stock-to-flow (S2F) price model said that at current prices the S2F model is “perfectly on track.” S2F shows the price could hit around $30,000 by the year’s end and by August 2021 prices could be $100,000 per bitcoin. The crypto asset bitcoin (BTC) is up over 24% over the […]
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On Tuesday, during a court hearing in Hillsborough Circuit Court, the “mastermind” of the Twitter hack pleaded not guilty.
A panel of compliance experts from the crypto industry agreed that law enforcement and institutional finance have been hearing more positive narratives about crypto.
Regional reports from Tampa show that the alleged “Mastermind” behind the July 15, Twitter hack owns more than $3.3 million dollars worth of bitcoin. While appearing on a video screen at the Hillsborough County Courthouse, the judge set 17-year old Graham Clark’s bail at $25,000 per 29 counts or $725,000. The teenager, Graham Clark, made […]
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There’s been plenty of drama on the crypto markets this week — Bitcoin surged to $12,000 only to crash spectacularly, and Ether has continued to rally.
On Friday a 17-year-old Tampa teenager was arrested in Florida for allegedly being the “mastermind” behind the July 15 Twitter hack that saw a great number of high profile accounts compromised. The hack also netted roughly $120,000 worth of bitcoins by leading unknowing individuals to doubler scams. The suspect Graham Clark has been charged with […]
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Authorities have taken a teen into custody, claiming him to be the brains behind the recent Twitter breach.