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Indian-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinsecure has announced that 438.318 bitcoins, or $3.5 million at the current bitcoin price, are missing and it's putting the blame on its chief security officer. Coinsecure, one of India's biggest cryptocurrency trading platforms, posted a message on

A patent made public by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office March 29, 2018, reveals that Intel, the technology giant, may be interested in getting its feet wet with cryptocurrency mining. The application for the patent was first submitted September

From the News This week has been full of market moving events and attacks. Of course, Monero fork couldn’t escape our ears and the reason for the upgrade? Decentralization! It remains a fear that Bitmain ASIC miners would wreck havoc to

From the news Gone are the times when announcements from social media channels had an influence on cryptocurrencies. As we saw this past week, the announcement by Twitter and Snapchat that they are banning cryptocurrencies and ICO related advertisements kept the

From the News Details of last week’s G20 Meeting continue to make headlines. Even though there was nothing conclusive about Bitcoin from the Mark Carney led Financial Stability Board (FSB), there is a subtle message being passed around. Cryptocurrencies are not

For most people, cryptocurrency taxes are often an afterthought, with some newer investors not even realizing that their gains are taxable. The general unawareness of tax liability among the general public has actually persisted for quite some time now, despite cryptocurrency-related

Twitter, the microblogging platform, has joined the growing chorus of online entities that will ban cryptocurrency ads on its platform, according to Bloomberg Law. The move comes on the heels of other online giants, Google and Facebook, announcing similar bans

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