Materials by tag Money

Aug 09, 2019 at 13:24
North Korea Hackers Stole Over $2 Bln from Cryptoasset Exchanges to Facilitate Nuclear Programs
Recent UN reports shows that North Korea (DPRK) has managed to amass around $2 billion for its weapons of mass destruction (WMD) activities via cyberattacks that illegally accessed people’s bank accounts and digital currency exchanges.
Aug 07, 2019 at 12:24
3 Major Ways to Earn Money While Investing in Cryptocurrency
Cryptocurrency gets more widespread as the days go by. Unlike traditional financial systems, cryptocurrencies offer better security and transaction speeds. More importantly, however, you can make some money using them as well. Here, we shall review the 3 major ways of making money in cryptocurrencies.
Aug 01, 2019 at 12:07
Cryptocurrency Business is Thriving in Smaller Countries
Several developed countries, like the United States, China, Russia and others, see Bitcoin and other digital currencies as speculative tools. They think investors will only become rich or benefit if they invest and wait for probably like five, ten, fifteen or even twenty years along the line. Nevertheless, some countries look at cryptocurrencies as a new, fast, secure and easy means of payment, especially when carrying out cross-border payments. In this technological era, smaller countries globally have continued to embrace the use of blockchain and cryptocurrency.
Jul 30, 2019 at 12:34
US Files Complaint Against Defunct Cryptocurrency Exchange
US prosecutors recently filed an official complaint against presently-nonoperational cryptocurrency exchange BTC-e and alleged cybercriminal Alexander Vinnik, as per a document filed on Thursday last week in California. Alexander also purportedly holds accounts connected with other major illegal activities, such as the hack of another nonoperational exchange Mt. Gox.
Jul 10, 2019 at 12:34
Over 82% of Italians Have Never Used Cryptocurrency
A recent Kaspersky report shows that ignorance is slowing down Bitcoin, cryptocurrency and blockchain technology adoption in Italy. Around 84% of the Italian people have never bought or used cryptocurrency. The citizens fear that cryptocurrencies have no strong security, considering the losses users and exchanges have made since the Bitcoin inception.
Jun 08, 2019 at 11:05
Cryptocurrency Community in Italy Looks Into Bitcoin Economy
After the protracted bear market for Bitcoin, confidence and optimism has once again returned to the cryptocurrency community. A widespread positive sentiment is now clearly visible in the perspectives of blockchain and cryptocurrency dealers operating within Italy. But what are some of the reasons behind the recent recovery of cryptocurrencies?  Most investors have focused on concerns over capital controls in China and most especially on the security race due to global geopolitical tensions, such as the US-China trade war.
May 05, 2019 at 10:32
Bitcoin vs Gold: What's the Difference?
The original cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC) – digitally mined and Gold – mined from the ground, are two different lucrative investments, which share a great deal in common and most people massively invest to generate profits.  However, precious metals and digital currencies are different assets and serve different drives in an investor’s portfolio, and it is very important to know these differences. They also possess some small similarities.
Apr 25, 2019 at 13:23
6 Major Reasons Why Decentralized Projects Fail
Many decentralized projects tend to fail a few years after their inception for a multitude of reasons. Those who want to participate in the decentralized economy should find the right project or join a trusted team involved in the decentralized field. This will save you time and prevent you from being stressed in the short and long terms.
Apr 17, 2019 at 11:12
Italy Lost €10 Billion in Cryptocurrency via Cybercrime
Cybercrime, such as online fraud, industrial undercover activities, and the use of cryptocurrency for money laundering, etc. in Italy, is the rapidly increasing malevolent business with the highest margins of diffusion in the future, according to the Global Risk Report 2019 by the World Economic Forum. The country incurred a loss of around €10 billion in 2018.
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