How to Avoid Crypto Scams: Advice for New Bitcoin Investors
Cryptocurrency-related fraud steals billions of dollars in Bitcoin each year. Here's how investors can avoid becoming victims.
Hardware Wallets: Are They Really the Safest Way to Store Crypto?
Ledger has revealed vulnerabilities in its competitors' product lines. Is the issue realistic or overblown―and are hardware wallets really safe?
The Binance Hack in Retrospect: What Does It Mean for Crypto?
Last week, Binance suffered a major hack. It has since recovered and it is back in full force―but what are the larger implications of the attack?
Over $200,000 Stolen from EOSBet Gambling Platform
EOSBet's faulty code allowed hackers to steal $200,000. The attack provides more evidence that many smart contracts still contain critical bugs.
200K MikroTik Routers Hijacked and Turned Into Crypto-Mining Zombies
The infamous Coinhive miner has been abused once again, this time by a cryptojacker who targeted ISP-grade routers. Will this ever end?
"The Economic Limits of Bitcoin and the Blockchain" Professor Eric Budish's New Paper
Bitcoin is larger ever. Will it be able to stay secure? Eric Budish's new paper outlines the high cost of keeping a blockchain secure.
Reddit Debates the EOS Freeze: A Security Triumph or a Regression to Centralization?
EOS block producers have taken action against wallets implicated in theft. But did they come to the rescue, or did they overstep their bounds?
Bitcoin Gold Suffers Multiple Attacks; Exchanges Hit Hardest
Bitcoin Gold suffered several attacks last week. It was forked from Bitcoin, but its small mining network left it vulnerable to attack.