Cypherpunk Essentials: A Beginner’s Guide to Crypto Privacy

Op-Ed The following op-ed on crypto privacy was written by Reuben Yap. He is the Chief Operations Officer of Zcoin. A corporate lawyer for ten years, specializing in institutional frameworks, Reuben founded one of SE Asia’s top VPN companies, bolehvpn.net. He

Bitcoin was used to fund Russia’s cyberattacks, Justice Department says

Getty Bitcoin was used to fund Russia’s hacking efforts, a Justice Department indictment alleges. The Justice Department indictment against seven Russian military officers for a series of alleged cyber attacks unveiled Thursday contained another allegation that Russia turned to

Increasing Number of Crypto ATMs in Europe Support BCH

Featured A growing number of cryptocurrency ATMs in Europe now buy and sell BCH, increasing the popularity and widening the adoption of Bitcoin Cash. Many of the teller machines are located in major cities and resorts offering Europeans and visitors

Record Low for Localbitcoins BTC Trade Volume

Markets and Prices According to Coin.dance, the first week of September has comprised the weakest on record for global peer-to-peer (P2P) trade volume on Localbitcoins. The considerable lull in trading activity appears to have pervaded across the vast majority of

Bitcoin ATMs Targeted by Malware for Sale in Underground Markets

Security Malware aimed at Bitcoin ATMs is being sold in underground markets, according to Trend Micro security researchers. For $25,000, malware exploiting a service vulnerability allows users to nab bitcoin price equivalent in euros, USD, or British pounds. Also read: