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Cryptocurrency Exchange Hackers: How Have They Evolved?
August 7, 2020 0 274
A few years ago cryptocurrency theft was a regular occurrence, especially among cryptocurrency exchanges. Hackers then took advantage of the pseudo anonymity of cryptocurrency transactions to steal other people’s wealth. ...
Opinion: Blockchain Developers Need to Focus More on the Masses in Order to Encourage Crypto Adoption
January 26, 2020 0 533
Cryptocurrency exchanges are the most common gateways for anyone who is trying to get into the ecosystem. They provide opportunities to buy, sell, trade or use cryptocurrencies in different years. ...
Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission Sets New Regulations for Crypto Exchanges
November 6, 2019 0 234
The Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong’s financial regulator, has set out new regulations for Bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchanges on Oct. 6. Announced by Ashley Alder, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong ...
Korean Government to Back Blockchain Startups With $9 Million Fund in 2020
October 29, 2019 0 196
The Korea Internet Security Agency (KISA) will be supporting blockchain-related projects in 2020 with 10.5 billion won, about $9.0 million, in funding, but has ruled out supporting of crypto projects ...
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