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    Security Alert Malicious Tor Browser Steals Cryptocurrency from Darknet Market Users

    https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/malicious-tor-browser-steals-cryptocurrency-from-darknet-market-users/ https://www.forbes.com/sites/billybambrough/2019/10/18/serious-dark-web-warning-issued-after-tor-browser-users-have-bitcoin-stolen/#32525fc41b60
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    Hacking Alert $2 Million Allegedly Stolen From Cryptocurrency Vlogger in the Middle of His Livestream

    $2 Million Allegedly Stolen From Cryptocurrency Vlogger in the Middle of His Livestream Screenshot: Ian Balina Ian Balina, a popular cryptocurrency evangelist, was in the midst of a standard livestream on his YouTube channel on Sunday night when a viewer asked, “Ian, did you know that...
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    Google Google Bans Chrome Extensions That Mine Cryptocurrencies From the Web Store

    Full Article: Google Bans Chrome Extensions That Mine Cryptocurrencies From the Web Store
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    Twitter to ban Crypto-currency Ads

    Twitter is preparing to prohibit a range of cryptocurrency advertisements amid looming regulatory intervention in the sector. "The microblogging platform is following similar moves by Facebook and Google which have restricted financial advertisements due to concerns about illicit activities...
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    Coinbase: 13000 customers data to be handed to IRS

    Source: Coinbase tells 13,000 users their data will be sent to the IRS soon "Coinbase told its customers on Friday that it plans to comply with a court order and hand over about 13,000 customers’ data to the IRS within 21 days. The IRS made the request back in November 2016, asking for the...
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    Get Paid in Cryptocurrency Just for Exercising

    Sweatcoin app makes exercise pay off – literally There are plenty of fitness apps and activity trackers that can count your steps, but now there’s one that will actually pay you for the miles you log. Sweatcoin, which is based in London, awards its users with digital currency — one “coin”...
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    What? High End Graphics Cards Are Out of Stock?

    "The market for high-end graphics cards used to work like the market for almost any other piece of computer gear. You'd go to your local electronics store, pick one up off the shelf, and pay an amount right around the manufacturer's suggested retail price. But the rise of cryptocurrency mining...
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    Off-Topic Cryptocurrency - Is it worth investing money?

    Anyone here interested in the topic of crytpocurrency? I currently have Monero (XMR), NAV Coin (NAV), Request (REQ), Stellar (XLM), and Walton (WTC). Looking into VeChain (VEN), ICON (ICX), and RaiBlocks (XRB) as my next investments.