Monthly Archives: April 2018

Cryptocurrency Malware ComboJack Targets Clipboard Data – Here’s How to Protect Yourself

Melanie Kramer · April 2, 2018 · 4:30 pm Malware identified by Palo Alto Networks targets data held on user clipboards from cut, copy and paste actions. ComboJack is a trojan able to replace unsuspecting user’s wallet data with the wallet address of an attacker. ComboJack embeds itself on user systems with a possible source […]

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Trezor to Implement Bitcoin Cash Addresses

Software Change After seeming to be outright hostile to incorporating Cashaddr, a way to distinguish easily between bitcoin core and bitcoin cash addresses, popular hardware cold storage wallet company Trezor confirmed its integration is on the way. Also read: Crypto History Part 1: 400 Million Billion Billion, Beer, and a Murderous Plot Cold Storage Wallet Maker […]

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OmiseGO and Vitalik Buterin Donate $1 Million in OMG to Impoverished Refugees

Adam James · April 1, 2018 · 4:00 pm OmiseGO and Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin are donating $1 million worth of OMG tokens directly to refugees living in extreme poverty. The donation will be made to GiveDirectly, a nonprofit organization operating in East Africa which will deliver the funds. Helping the Unbanked OmiseGO and Vitalik […]

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Cisco Files Patent for Blockchain-Related Group Communications Method

Adam James · April 1, 2018 · 4:00 am As major companies scramble to the patent office to file blockchain-related applications, Cisco aims to develop a confidential group communications method utilizing Bitcoin’s underlying technology. Another Blockchain Solution According to an official United States Patent Application released on March 29, multinational technology conglomerate Cisco is interested in […]

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