Hacker steals $7.7 million in EOS cryptocurrency after blacklist snafu, Coinhive In-browser cryptomining service shuts down, and more…
Blockchain is creating a buzz in the market, and rightfully so. Why not? It’s one of the
revolutionary technology inventions after the Internet revolution of 1990’s and Smart
Phone revolution of late 2000’s. Undoubtedly, some of the startups and enterprises are
already on their way to disrupt markets. They are leveraging this new invention by way of
doing proof of concepts, building prototypes, and looking to reimagine and reinvent some
of their business processes using Blockchain.
In this article, I would first define Blockchain as to level set our shared understanding, then
delve into some of the key use cases where Service Providers could benefit by using
The Samsung Blockchain Wallet, a native blockchain wallet, recently hit the Galaxy Store for Galaxy S10 devices.
Block-chain and it’s use cases beyond Finance
My article dispells the myth surrounding the participation of nodes in a Blockchain network.
Breaking down a list of blockchain security practices and why they’re critical for any reputable business.
27 Other industries that can benefit from block-chain, aside from banking
2018 was a rollercoaster for Blockchain and Cryptocurrency. Over $1 Billion in cryptocurrency was lost to hackers through a variety of techniques.
Top Hack Types Included:
Exchange Hacks: $907,500,000
Other Threats: $108,500,000
Software Flaws: $24,098,000
51% Attacks: $20,800,000
Block-chain university programs & Block-chain-related jobs are on the rise
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Examining the top privacy coins that keep your crypto activity anonymous.
The state of Delaware has passed amendments to state law that make explicit the right to trade stocks on a blockchain, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter.
VPN provider Citrix hacked, up to 6TB of data accessed, Hacker returns and puts 26 million user records for sale on the dark web, and more …