As artificial intelligence (AI) is widely used in numerous areas of human life, there is a need to regulate it in order to eliminate the potential dangers of the technology. For this reason, Russia has developed a Code of Conduct for this innovation.
Every industry has its stupid questions that professionals are asked about by those who know nothing about it. Cryptocurrency industry is not an exception. Since the industry is still young, people don’t have all the information or data concerning this sector.
XMR developers announced the release of a new update that would help to preserve and enhance the coin’s privacy feature. According to the Monero blog, the new node software will allow for improvement of transaction size and speed, while still preserving complete anonymity.
The emergence and growth of the popularity of the alternative currency Bitcoin has led to the creation of many other cryptocurrencies based on Bitcoin Blockchain code. All these cryptocurrency have the generic name - Altcoins.
Despite the interest in bitcoin as well as other cryptocurrencies has grown rapidly, there are still lots of people that are cautious about it. While faithful adepts of the crypto industry argue that cautiousness is caused by the lack of awareness, there might also be other reasons for the lack of trust.
Recently, computer security researchers revealed that a new flaw in Intel’s SGX exposes sensitive user data to cyber criminals. The flaw in the Intel Software Guard eXtension poses a risk to cryptocurrency users can not be patched leaving users at a very high risk of losing their funds.
We bring you the methods a Bitcoin or digital currency user can use in order to get back his or her lost cryptocurrencies using a simple scenario that happened recently. Peter Schiff lost access to his bitcoins, but he figured out what the problem was. We tell his story and explain how to avoid such situations.