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Cryptocurrency Exchange-Traded Product Live on Swiss Stock Exchange Next Week

Finance An exchange-traded product tracking an index of five leading cryptocurrencies reportedly will start trading on Switzerland’s Six stock exchange next week. The product will be available to both retail and institutional investors. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space Trading on Six Swiss Exchange The Financial Times reported on Friday that Switzerland’s […]

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Ironx Private Sale, IDCM to Target STOs

Exchanges In this edition of Exchanges Roundup, we focus on Ironx, which has just wrapped up a $22.3 million private sale. We also look at International Digital Currency Markets’ plans to provide solutions for security token offerings, as well as some of the new exchanges opening in Estonia. Also Read: The Daily: Outcry Over Censoring of […]

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CoinHive In-Browser Software is ‘Mining’ $250K Per Month, Research Finds

New academic research released by RWTH Aachen University has discovered that cryptocurrency miner CoinHive is very profitable. In fact, it’s generating over $250,000 worth of Monero profit every month by hi-jacking internet users’ CPUs. One of the users could have easily been you.  The research itself provides a broad overview of browser-mining activity across the Web. It reveals […]

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Coinhive Mints Quarter Million Dollars in Monero a Month, Report Reveals

Mining Тhe profitability of cryptocurrency mining is decreasing on the backdrop of this year’s persistently bearish markets but Coinhive seems to be doing pretty well. The browser-based miner has earned a quarter million dollars worth of monero in just one month, according to a new study conducted by German researchers.    Also read: New Player […]

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Privacy-Centric Coin XMR Splits Into Four Different Monero Protocols

Technology On April 6 the privacy-centric cryptocurrency monero (XMR) forked the protocol in order to make the digital asset’s mining ecosystem egalitarian. However, the hard fork has led to the birth of four monero-based blockchain branches all claiming to be the “original monero.” Also read: Bitcoin’s Value to Lose $44 Billion by Year’s End, Researchers Argue […]

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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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Is GPU-Based Cryptocurrency Mining at Risk of Extinction?

Nick Chong · March 14, 2018 · 4:00 pm The arrival of newly created ASICs and a large decrease in mining profitability has had an impact on the GPU mining market. Nvidia expects the demand for graphics cards to decrease over the course of this year as a result. What could this mean for the […]

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Mining Crypto In a Browser Is a Complete Waste of Time

Mining Malware that surreptitiously mines cryptocurrency while you browse the web is big news right now – literally in the case of news outlet Salon, which has enabled it as an opt-in feature. One thing that it certainly isn’t, though, is big business. Every other day, media outlets seem to be running stories about the […]

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Report Claims LTC is Second Most Adopted Currency on Dark Marketplaces

News A recent study has revealed Litecoin to be the second most adopted means of payment among dark marketplaces. The study also indicated a significant increase in adoption of Monero among English-speaking platforms. Also Read: South Korean Prosecutor Fights to Confiscate Bitcoins from Criminal Proceeds Dark Marketplaces Increase Altcoin Adoption The study, conducted by Recorded Future, […]

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British Couple Lawyer Up as $840k Cryptocurrency Divorce Heats Up

Finance Divorce is never fun and rarely simple, but when one party – generally the male – owns cryptocurrency, there’s an added layer of complexity. With cryptocurrency still relatively new as an asset class, there have been very few cases to date in which the unhappy couple have squabbled over altcoins. A British law firm […]

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