Category: Crypto Fraud

JPMorgan Chase Launches Its Own Cryptocurrency: ‘JPM Coin’

JPMorgan Chase, the largest U.S. bank (and the world’s sixth largest), has created its own cryptocurrency, a stablecoin called “JPM Coin.” According to CNBC, J.P. Morgan “moves more than $6 trillion around the world every day for corporations in its massive wholesale payments business,”…


Crypto Dusting’ Attack Sends Illegally Obtained Bitcoin to Random Cryptocurrency Wallets

Crypto dusting attack, a hack on cryptocurrency wallets is used to distribute laundered money to the wallets of unsuspecting customers, which in turn, affects their reputation and draws the attention of law enforcement, reports DarkReading on January 8, 2019. According to DarkReading, crypto dusting is…

Monfex – Brand New Leverage Exchange with Social Trading – NullTX

Cryptocurrency has come a long way since its inception. As the industry developed, the volatility has dropped significantly. We saw evidence of that in the second half of 2018 when the market has traded sideways for over 3 months. Specifically, there was very little…

Bitcoin-Friendly Square Uses App and Algorithms to Issue Business Loans

Bitcoin Bashing NYU Professor Unleashes Scathing Anti Crypto Twitter Tantrum

Is New York University professor Nouriel Roubini the biggest bitcoin grinch of all time? It sure seems that way, based on an epic Twitter rant he launched just days before Christmas. In a furious tweetstorm that started at 6:34 am, Roubini trashed crypto as…

New Proposal Promises to Make Monero (XMR) Wallet Simpler

One contributor to the Monero (XMR) project wants to reform the wallet’s GUI to account for the likelihood that some users may not be interested in the more technical details of running a full node and may instead want to just have a desktop…

ConsenSys is Eyeing Further Layoffs Amid Crypto Bear Market

ConsenSys, a blockchain software technology company founded by Joseph Lubin, is eyeing even further layoffs, a report from The Verge published on Thursday has revealed, citing unnamed sources at the company. Towards the beginning of December, Finance Magnates reported that the company had laid…

Hackers steal an estimated $59m from Japanese crypto exchange Zaif – The Block

Darknet Vendors Charge $1 per Stolen Personal Data “Account”

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