During the Covid-19 pandemic where congregating is a very big risk to our health, cryptocurrency has become a godsend to gamblers because it provides the unmatched social distancing required in the fight against coronavirus.
A bureaucrat at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), an organization working to strengthen worldwide financial cooperation, proposed a way for the central bank (CB) and private companies to jointly operate the CBDC.
Regulations are meant to bring an element of market stability and reduce the risk from fraudulent operations on the market. However, in certain cases, regulations may damage the price and even pose certain cryptoassets under existential threat.
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.