In 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto triggered one of the biggest monetary revolutions of the following decade by introducing the world’s first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. For the past few years Bitcoin has become one of the most favourable assets, and has been the primary reason for hundreds of ‘rags-to-riches’ stories. However, there has been a significant downside to this,
As cryptocurrencies steadily evolve and expand their reach, hackers seem determined to take advantage of their growth. During the last months, cryptocurrency holders have seen their wallets targeted by widespread phishing campaigns, including roughly $50 million that Ukrainian crypto-gang Coinhoarder walked away with. Cybercriminals Exploit Google AdWords to Target Victims According to a report published
Bitcoin adoption is constantly increasing as according to the latest development, the Bessarabian market in Ukraine’s capital Kiev now allows people to buy fruits and vegetables in Bitcoin and other cryptos through the crypto payment processor, Paytomat that support 11 cryptocurrencies. Now buy groceries with multiple cryptocurrencies This is what real-world Bitcoin adoption looks like!
The Ukraine Police’s cybercrime combating squad has exposed a series of fraudulent crypto trading websites. Four people are suspected of offering the fake online exchange services and have maintained at least six platforms attracting cryptocurrency traders with misleading messages. Ukraine police become more vigilant Ukraine police has up their antennae having surfaced an organized group