3 Reasons Why the Crypto Market is Crashing Today

The global crypto market capital has shed another $7 billion today, as Bitcoin and the wider altcoin market continue to struggle to find support. We’re here to explain why this is happening right now. Bitcoin is the main trading pair with every other cryptocurrency or token on most major exchanges. If Bitcoin’s price rises, most other coins and tokens also rise, sometimes even outperforming Bitcoin itself in price action. The same is also true if Bitcoin’s price declines. Traders love this volatility, but smaller investors trying to time the market…

Bitcoin Puzzle Worth 2.1 BTC STILL Unsolved, Find New Clues Here

With its 2.1 bitcoin (BTC) puzzle still unsolved, a Phemex co-founder has offered a few clues to help in cracking the code. The crypto derivatives trading platform is one of the new entrants in the market, going live late last year with an operational presence in Singapore. Clues To The Bitcoin Puzzle In a letter published on the Phemex website on Thurday (January 23, 2020), Max Wong, co-founder of the crypto derivatives exchange platform offered a few clues for the 2.1 BTC puzzle put out earlier in the week. The…

New York Crowned the World’s Crypto Litigation Capital

New York, the financial capital of the world, is also becoming the capital of blockchain litigation activity, according to a financial services law firm Murphy & McGonigle report. Two Times More Blockchain Cases Than Any Other Venue Cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology are increasingly attracting the attention of large law firms all over the world. In the U.S., since 2018, Murphy & McGonigle has been maintaining a Blockchain Litigation Database, which records the number of incidences of litigation involving the blockchain sector. Specifically, the database captures cases involving Bitcoin and other…

US Military Under Serious Threat From Deadly Malware

Cyber-security researchers are warning about a powerful email malware, which is targeting government and military systems. The Emotet malware is often used as an initial attack vector, to allow access for Trickbots and ransomware. Three Months At The Top December saw the Emotet malware lead the biggest threat charts for the third month running. Its main attack vector is through spam email campaigns containing a malicious link or Microsoft Word document. These have covered subject matters as diverse as ‘Greta Thunberg’ and ‘Christmas Party’. Clicking the link or opening the…

South Korean Military Gets a Blockchain-Based Upgrade

The South Korean military’s Military Manpower Administration has partnered with Raonsecure, one of S. Korea’s leading ICT security software companies, to provide a blockchain-based biometric ID and authentication solution for the S. Korean Military.  South Korean Army Goes Digital The South Korean Military’s Military Manpower Administration has announced that they will be adopting a new biometric ID and authentication solution designed by Raonsecure, one of the leading cybersecurity firms in South Korea. Raonsecure is also the team behind TouchEn. TouchEn OnePass is the most popular FIDO (Fast Identity Online) biometric…