In search of alternative energy sources, Russians are exploring the potential of oil fields in their search for alternative energy sources. Earlier this week, several of the largest local mining companies applied to the government for permission to build mining farms.
As cryptocurrency prices take a deep plunge in the market, the community seems to have lost interest in the asset. According to data published by Arbor Data Science, search activity related to the word "crypto" is decreasing in the United States.
Despite the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry being nascent, it is rapidly growing in all terms, including job opportunities. For now, it has employed thousands of people, with the number of vacancies and specializations expected to increase.
Cryptocurrency companies and law enforcement agencies join forces to battle human trafficking. A new consortium of cryptocurrencies was launched in late April within the Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative (ATII).
On April 30, GoogleAds were exposed in sponsoring phishing ads for scam alternatives to crypto exchange CoinCorner. Meanwhile, the company itself failed to secure its spot with the search engine’s promoted ads. Therefore, this puts into question the entire attitude of big tech towards cryptocurrency.
A deadly hacking group has started mass-scanning the internet in search of Docker platforms with API endpoints, starting with those that are exposed on the internet. The action of scanning began on Nov 24, 2019 and raised instantly because of its gigantic size. And this seems not to be just an average script kiddie abuse trial.
Today, there are a number of governments, institutions and individuals who publicly claim to be only interested in and supportive of blockchain technology not Bitcoin. Like it or not, you have heard it somewhere or even said it yourself, and the audience understands what you are actually trying to mean, they know that you are talking of blockchain, the technology behind BTC and cryptocurrency as a whole.
In its report published on Monday, March 25 dubbed “Ad quality year in review 2018,” the Microsoft-owned advertisement platform and a web search engine – Bing – revealed that it blocked more than 5 million crypto-related ads.