According to a blog post published by Trend Micro on June 10, attackers have been taking advantage of a bug in Oracle’s WebLogic server and using it to install a Monero (XMR) mining malware. The malware also uses certificate files to obscure its trail.
The major cryptocurrency exchange Bittrex published a blog post on June 07, announcing that it would be blocking the trading of 32 cryptocurrencies for its United States-based users. The blog stated that after June 21, cryptocurrency traders based out of the US would not be able to access 32 of the coins listed on its platform, including STORJ (Storj) and QTUM (Quantum).
It is no secret that Facebook is wanting to join the big crypto race. The social media giant, despite its efforts to keep everything under wraps, has somehow given proof to its highly anticipated digital currency. Here is everything we know about it right now.
According to multiple tweets by Whale_alert.io, the cryptocurrency transaction tracker, a part of the Bitcoin (BTC) that had been stolen from the cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex in 2016 was moved from the hackers’ wallets to a new, but unknown address on June 7.
According to a news report on June 05, a malware researcher who goes by the name Fumik0_ on Twitter has discovered a new website that is spreading crypto malware. This website imitates another website, Cryptohopper, which is a website that offers tools that can be used for automated trading in various cryptocurrency marketplaces.
According to local media reports, the Polish crypto exchange Coinroom suddenly closed operations and disappeared with its customers’ funds. The news came to light when a reader sent an email to the local media that this incident had taken place on April 2.
According to latest media reports, the boutique analytics firm Delphi Digital has labeled the world’s number one cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC) the king of all asset classes. The firm gave this moniker to the digital asset due to its strong performance in the last four months.
The centralized cryptocurrency exchange launched by Binance is going to block users from 29 different countries from July 2019 onwards. It is presumed that this is being done due to regulatory issues that could arise from the tokens that will be listed on this platform.