Bitcoin is Making Currency Manipulation Difficult for Central Banks

Adam James · March 31, 2018 · 10:00 am Bitcoin was largely created as a means of undermining the control of governments and traditional financial institutions. Now, the dominant cryptocurrency by market capitalization is making it difficult for governments and central banks to manipulate their own fiat currencies. Losing Their Grip Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies […]

Continue Reading

Government Websites Attacked by Mining Malware

James Levenson · February 12, 2018 · 1:00 am Reports of mining malware infestations are an almost weekly occurrence now. With cryptocurrency mining becoming more lucrative than ransomware, hackers are upping their game and widening the digital net. Those caught in it this week included a number of government websites in the UK and Australia. […]

Continue Reading