Two US Men Arrested For Stealing Social Media Accounts and Crypto via SIM Swapping

U.S. Department of Justice arrested two Massachusetts men for allegedly taking over victims’ social media accounts and stealing their cryptocurrency via SIM swapping. The United States Department of Justice has arrested and charged two Massachusetts men for allegedly taking over victims’ social media accounts and stealing cryptocurrency. According to the announcement on Nov. 14, the […]

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Weaponizing Blockchain — Vast Potential, but Projects Are Kept Secret

“Emerging technologies such as blockchain have the potential to define the war industry over the coming decades,” former NATO Secretary General Rasmussen tells Cointelegraph. When Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said that blockchain and artificial intelligence would “revolutionize war,” as Cointelegraph reported on Nov. 4, did he take things a bit too far? Jet engines […]

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US Charges Singaporean Miner Who Stole $5M Worth of Cloud Computing Power

The United States prosecutors officially indict a man from Singapore for stealing Amazon Web Services’ cloud computing power to mine cryptocurrencies. The United States prosecutors have officially indicted a man from Singapore for using stolen identities to illegally utilize Amazon Web Services’ cloud computing power for crypto mining. According to the indictment initially filed on […]

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Mt. Gox Trustee Contacts US DOJ in Connection with Vinnik Investigation

Mt. Gox’s rehabilitation trustee has contacted the United States Department of Justice in search of information about the alleged former BTC-e operator Alexander Vinnik. Nobuaki Kobayashi, trustee of the now-defunct Bitcoin (BTC) exchange Mt. Gox, has contacted the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) in search of information about Alexander Vinnik, the alleged former operator […]

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