According to Andrew, the best path forward for blockchain advancements is through more open collaboration and less closed competition.
The variants of the particular malware will change but phishing and impostors are not going anywhere.
Clever business scheme emerged late in May 2018 that will make a good social engineer a lot of money.
The utility of stablecoins on the cryptocurrency market might be misunderstood.
Chye Kit in an interview explains how blockchain KYC relates to credit risk and why regulatory compliance is one of the sectors that actually gets more efficient when decentralized.
As Telegram exploits from May 2018 are not really juicy enough for the netsec community, malicious campaigns are passing quietly under the radar.
And a bonus: If you're an app developer, best way to get paid in crypto.
Goodbye crypto bootstrappers, it's strictly big business only now.
An intro to the seemingly anti-crypto shitstorm that hit all social media at the start of April 2018.
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