Tether double-spending vulnerability

Cybersecurity Analysts Find Tether Double-Spending Vulnerability

SlowMist states in a tweet that they were able to send USDT to an unnamed exchange without correct field values on the transaction.
Bitcoin ransom

Bitcoin Ransom: 9/11 Papers Hacker Group Banned from Steemit Platform

Steem is an open-source blockchain platform for publishing content. It works like a mixture of Reddit and Blogger, with incentivization in the form of ...
crypto stealing sim swapper guilty

Crypto-Stealing SIM Swapper Pleads Guilty, Gets 10 Years in Prison

Joel Ortiz, a college student who allegedly stole cryptocurrency worth over $5 million, has pleaded guilty and accepted a 10-year prison sentence.
Ethereum Classic hacker

Ethereum Classic Hacker Stole 54,200 ETC from Crypto Exchange Gate.io

Cryptocurrency exchange Gate.io confirmed that it had lost about $220,000 worth of Ethereum Classic coins – about 40,000 ETC – during the ongoing ...
Hackers group

Two Groups Responsible for 60% of All Crypto Exchange Hacks: Report

Two groups alone are responsible for a majority of hacks at cryptocurrency exchanges to date, new research suggests. Chainalysis, a blockchain analysis
Malware

This Malware Has a Worrying Trick to Mine Monero on Cloud Servers

A recently observed form of malware uses a concerning new trick to avoid detection and mine cryptocurrency on cloud servers.
Coinflux founder extradited

Coinflux Cryptocurrency Exchange Founder Extradited to the U.S. for Money Laundering

Nistor Vlad Călin, the CEO of the cryptocurrency exchange Coinflux, has been extradited to the U.S. by Romania’s supreme court for a case of money laundring
Crypto security breaches

From Coincheck to Bithumb: 2018’s Largest Security Breaches So Far

On June 19, Bithumb, South Korea’s number one crypto exchange, was hacked. The attackers stole cryptocurrencies worth $30 million.
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