IOTA Threatens Researchers and Denies Critical Flaw – but Fixes it Anyway

Adam James · February 28, 2018 · 5:00 pm Over the weekend, various high-level security researchers and academic cryptographers gave cryptocurrency project IOTA a failing grade – exposing a critical weakness and suggesting investors sell their coins while asking researchers to ignore or abandon the project. ‘Extremely Embarrassing’ The controversy began after a series of […]

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Coinbase: Bitcoin Buys And Sells ‘Intermittently Avail… | News

Crypto exchange and wallet service Coinbase reported today at 1:53 a.m. PST, about five hours ago to press time, that Bitcoin (BTC) buys and sells are “intermittently available”. The notice on Coinbase’s status site states: “A recurring issue with one of our processes is causing Bitcoin buys and sells to become temporarily unavailable. Our team […]

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Embattled Rabobank Unveils ‘Cryptocurrency Wallet’ in a Major U-Turn

Wilma Woo · February 28, 2018 · 6:00 am The Dutch bank, which was fined $369 million for money laundering after calling Bitcoin “risky,” now plans to offer a cryptocurrency wallet. Rabobank: Store You Crypto With ‘Trusted’ Bank Hosts In what would represent a curious U-turn in its perspective on Bitcoin, Rabobank has launched a […]

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Why Millennials Migrate to Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrencies in Droves

Millennials welcome new industry dynamics, but they have their own motivations for supporting the ascendancy of open-source, decentralized blockchains, many of which are unique to trends common for their generation. Regardless of the reasons for their backing, millennials are indisputably crucial to the survival of blockchains. Now the largest population on Earth, millennials also enjoy […]

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