Blockchain Security Firm Halborn Secures $90m in Series A Funding
Blockchain security firm Halborn has secured $90 million in Series A funding. However, the valuation of the Miami-based company has not been disclosed.
Crypto Crime in London Now Goes Physical as Thieves Targets Investor's Gadgets
There is a new wave of crime in the city of London that is targeting investors in the digital currency ecosystem
Lazarus-Linked Added to US Treasury's Sanction List
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency mixing service, has been added to the sanctions list by the United States Treasury Department.
Beanstalk Stablecoin Protocol Suffers $80M Loss in Hacking
An emerging Ethereum stablecoin protocol, Beanstalk has come off as the latest blockchain startup that suffered a breach from hackers with a massive loss of $80 million moved from the protocol.
BAYC says Discord Server was "Compromised"
Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) announced through Twitter that its Discord server was hacked.
OpenSea Confirms Under Phishing Attack, after Urging Users to Migrate NFTs New Addresses
Some of the users from OpenSea have been targeted explicitly through a phishing attack, resulting in NFTs lost from the NFT marketplace.
Illicit Transaction Activity Hit All-time High in Value in 2021: Chainalysis
The latest report suggests cryptocurrency-based crime hit a new all-time high in 2021, with illicit addresses receiving $14 billion in 2021, which amount was doubled to 2020, according to Chainalysis.
Netflix to Release Documentary on 2016 Bitfinex Hack
Netflix Inc has announced it is going to release a documentary about the 2016 Bitfinex hack, a financial crime that can earn the tag as one of the biggest financial thefts in history.
Individual Crypto Hacks Done by Using Malware from Darknet: Chainalysis
Over the last few years, hackers have been actively stealing smaller amounts of cryptocurrency from individual users using malware available on the internet or darknet, Chainalysis reported.
400 Accounts Hacked, CEO Confirms Reimbursement for all Victims
According to a Bloomberg interview, Kris Marszalek, CEO of Crypto wallet provider and trading platform, said he would be more than willing to share information about Tuesday's hack if the regulator has any relevant inquiries.

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