Day: October 2, 2018

Blockchain-Based Ad Startup to Refund Contributors if Development Milestones Aren’t Met

Blockchain-Based Ad Startup to Refund Contributors if Development Milestones Aren’t Met A startup hoping to build a “better internet” for web users, publishers, and advertisers is promising accountability and engagement in its development #SPONSORED Cointelegraph.com News

Popular Discussion Board 4chan Now Accepts Cryptocurrencies for Passes

Popular Discussion Board 4chan Now Accepts Cryptocurrencies for Passes This week cryptocurrency enthusiasts were pleased to hear that the infamous imageboard 4chan now accepts four different digital assets for its website pass. The $ 20 annual pass allows users to bypass captcha verifications when posting on 4chan and now users […]

The Daily: Coinsquare Secures Banking Partnership, Québec Elections Bring Hope to Miners

The Daily: Coinsquare Secures Banking Partnership, Québec Elections Bring Hope to Miners Cryptocurrency exchange Coinsquare has reached a partnership agreement with a major Canadian bank and we’ve covered the announcement in The Daily. Also in Canada, a large bitcoin farm may be cut off from the grid by a mayor […]

Crypto Mining Malware Up Nearly 500% in 2018

Crypto Mining Malware Up Nearly 500% in 2018 According to a crypto jacking report published by the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA), crypto mining malware infections are up nearly 500% in 2018. Crypto Mining Malware Report The threat of illicit cryptocurrency mining represents an increasingly common cybersecurity risk of enterprises and individuals. […]

Meet Cash-ID: The Open Protocol That Uses Bitcoin Cash Keys for Identity

Meet Cash-ID: The Open Protocol That Uses Bitcoin Cash Keys for Identity This past Sunday BCH proponent and developer, Jonathan Silverblood, revealed a project he’s been working on called Cash-ID. The Cash-ID concept is an open protocol for online identification purposes that provides users with the ability to sign in […]

Banks, Money Mules and Front Companies Aid Terrorists in Conflict Zones Launder Money

Banks, Money Mules and Front Companies Aid Terrorists in Conflict Zones Launder Money Terror financing is taking on a new shape, but still retaining its old aides. Environmental crimes such as wildlife trafficking and illegal ivory sales have overtaken the drug trade as the major income source for terrorists around […]