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PAID Network DeFi Platform Attacked as Hacker Gains $3 Million Of ETH After Minting $166 Million Of Tokens
PAID token crashed by over 75% instantly after the popular PAID Network DeFi protocol experienced a massive hack.

How Triffic is Gamifying Advertising for Local Businesses
Entering the world of cryptocurrency can be a daunting prospect for newcomers, with several practical and psychological barriers to overcome. Most people who’ve heard of Bitcoin are aware of its notorious volatility, and in some cases, of negative headlines associated with cryptocurrencies, such as the risk of hacks and losing private keys.

Hacked Crypto Exchange KuCoin Back In Business With Crypto Deposit and Withdrawals
Following the hack of its platform resulting in a reported loss of over $150 million, KuCoin exchange is back in business after completing some wallet upgrades

Bitfinex CTO: Keeping Crypto Safe with State-of-the-Art Cyber Security
Paolo Ardoino, the CTO of Bitfinex and Tether tells us why safety and security should always be a top priority for crypto exchanges.

Preventing Future Hacks: Twitter Improves Security Ahead of US Elections
Social media giant, Twitter has revamped its security measures for high profile accounts ahead of the U.S. November Presidential Elections.

US Files Lawsuit to Recover Cryptocurrency Accounts Linked to North Korean Hacking Operation
The US Department of Justice has filed a suit against North Korean state-sponsored cyber hackers for allegedly perpetrating two major cryptocurrency heists.

Lazarus Group Hacks for Crypto via LinkedIn Blockchain Job Posting
A hacking operation that is allegedly backed by North Korea has been reported to be targeting blockchain and cryptocurrency employees through LinkedIn.

One Million Bitcoin Held By Dark Web Marketplaces and Cybercriminals, Chainalysis Data
Data from Chainalysis reveals that almost one million Bitcoin is circulating on the dark web between bad actors and illicit darknet markets.

US Intelligence Reveals Extent of North Korea’s “Hidden Cobra” Crypto-Dependent Cyber Crimes
US Intelligence Reveals Extent of North Korea’s “Hidden Cobra” Crypto-Dependent Cyber Crimes

New Zealand Police Issues Warning Against “Nasty” Sextortion Blackmail Porn Scam Demanding Bitcoin Ransom
New Zealand police are warning about a new porn blackmail scam that is targeting residents who watch adult content videos in the country. Scammers will take compromising video or photos of the victim while they are watching pornography and later contact them demanding a ransom in Bitcoin to keep the content private.

Traditional Financial Giant Lloyd's of London Introduces Cryptocurrency Insurance for Hot Wallets
Insurance giant Lloyd’s has launched a new insurance product to protect digital asset holders against the rising threat of cybercrime in the crypto market.

KPMG Advocates for Institutional Custody as Estimated $9.8 Billion of Crypto Stolen Due to Lack of Security
One of the big four accounting firms, KPMG estimated that at least $9.8 billion in cryptocurrencies have been stolen by hackers since 2017 due to security issues or poorly written code. According to the KPMG report, the cryptocurrency market will need to see huge improvements for the $245 billion industry to keep growing.

Senior Worker at Bithumb Triggered Hacking Vulnerability
A senior worker at Bithumb, a leading South Korean crypto exchange, is in a tight spot after a Korean court discovered that he is liable for web safety legislation breaches. As a result, his misdeeds made the crypto exchange vulnerable to a 2017 hack that led to the loss of cryptocurrency holdings worth $6 million USD.

How Dapps Will Become Superior Over Apps
Blockchain has made the creation of DApps (Decentralized Applications) a reality. The benefits rendered by DApps considerably out-weigh those presented by Apps (Applications).