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US cybersecurity firm Recorded Future has released a new report linking Lazarus, a North Korean hacking group, to various South Korean cryptocurrency exchange h...
US cybersecurity firm finds malware that compromises PCs to mine Monero and sends it to a Pyongyang university.
Many Asian countries have cracked down on digital currencies, but not Japan as it leads the way in Bitcoin friendliness
Earlier this week, a major South Korean Bitcoin exchange Youbit suffered a large-scale security breach during which one-fifth of user funds were stolen.
EtherDelta warns its users of “malicious attacks” last night, telling them not to use the site for now.
A cybersecurity CEO has gone on record to confirm his belief North Korea is “amassing” Bitcoin.
Cointelegraph caught up with IOTA to discuss the recent increase in price, partnership with Microsoft, future plans.
Samsung SDS chosen to head the Korean government’s push into Blockchain technology.
Bitcoin support is now available for ATMs from Korean giant Hysoung.
Korean authorities have claimed that cybercriminals based in DPRK have intensified their malware attacks against digital currency users.
Italy has continued the trend of opposing SegWit2x with a joint statement from community members.
Harvard researcher argues Blockchain could hold the key to international efforts to stop illicit trafficking of nuclear materials.
Despite Japan’s friendly approach to cryptocurrencies, a ban of ICOs is still possible.
Bitcoin price is not affected by regulations, but the trade volume is
SegWit2x appears to have made an enemy of South Korea’s Seoul Bitcoin Meetup, which has confirmed its “staunch opposition”.
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