Tezos going rouge

Tezos “Going Rogue” on Launch. The Latest Updates on the Project

It has indeed been quite a long road for Tezos investors. The record breaking ICO of 2017 has been mired with infighting and accusations of poor governance from the foundation chairman. This had also happened at a time when investors...

/ February 19, 2018
Stop Loss Hunting Cryptocurrencies

Stop-Loss Hunting: How Crypto Whales are Making a Killing

If there is one thing that any trader will know it is the outsized impact that cryptocurrency whales have on the markets. They are able to use their out sized positions to drive the prices in the directions they want....

/ February 18, 2018
GandCrab Ransomware

GandCrab: The New Dash Ransomware that’s on the Loose

Last year seemed like the year for Ransomware. We saw the proliferation of Wannacry, Bad Rabbit and Petya to name a few. These attacks paralysed computers across the board from businesses to hospitals. Now, it seems as if the ransomware...

/ February 18, 2018
Twitter Scams and Photoshop

Twitter Scams and Photoshop: The Creative Ways of Online Fraudsters

There is no doubt that you would have heard of it by now. Large scale Twitter scams are being perpetrated by bots that try to impersonate influential people. These operations have been operating for some time and despite the fact...

/ February 17, 2018
Schnorr Signatures

Schnorr Signatures: Making Bitcoin More Efficient one Signature at a Time

Ever since the release of Segregated Witness last year, there have been a number of important improvements on the Bitcoin wish list to help with scaling. Prime among these was the implementation of Schnorr signatures. This unique cryptographic signature algorithm...

/ February 17, 2018
Decred Explained

Decred Explained: Everything you Need to Know about the Project

Decred, which was launched in February 2016, aims to be an open, and progressive self funding cryptocurrency that is based on community governance. One of the most interesting aspects of the Decred cryptocurrency is how it tries to combine the...

/ February 16, 2018
Tether Printing ETHfinex

Printing on Tether Moves to ETH in Anticipation of EthFinex

Since the announcement that US regulators were looking into Tether and Bitfinex, we have seen a drop in the amount of USDT been printed as the large machine has remained quite silent. However, in anticipation of the roll-out of the...

/ February 15, 2018
Coinvest ICO Review

Coinvest ICO Review: Everything You Need to Know

The tail end of 2018 saw the entire cryptocurrency market experience a sudden surge in both media exposure and public participation. The end of year Bull Run saw Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies take centre stage and Coinvest is a project looking...

/ February 14, 2018
Monero Forking Risk Airdrop

Could Monero Forks and Airdrops Compromise User Privacy?

Hardforks and airdropped coins are always an attractive opportunity for cryptocurrency users. These are viewed as free giveaways and are often viewed as a bonus for the coin holder. Users often make the assumption that using the forked coins is...

/ February 14, 2018
Bitcoin Private Fork Issues Zclassic

Bitcoin Private Fork Facing ZClassic Withdrawal Issues at Exchanges

It has been an interesting past month for Zclassic. This ZCash fork has seen an incredible rise in the price of its token on news that it would rebrand itself to Bitcoin Private. This was also meant to be more...

/ February 14, 2018