Cryptojacking, the takeover of another’s computing power to mine for crypto, has been spotted in a variety of both malicious and beneficial cases in the news.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO says he owns “literally zero cryptocurrency” in response to Twitter scams involving his fake accounts promising crypto donations.
Security firm RedLock reveals Tesla cryptojack, attackers using non-password protected software container to mine crypto.
Tesla owner is using his car to mine for Bitcoin.
Because of Bitcoin’s decentralized, mathematical and transparent nature, it is highly inaccurate to call Bitcoin a bubble of any sort.