Gate Hub Hack Results in Near $10 Million Loss

by livebitcoinnews 06/07/2019

Another hacking is in the books. This time, the unlucky victim is Gate Hub, a wallet service that must now explain a near $10 million in Ripple’s XRP losses to its customers. Another Hack Added to the Ledger In a statement on its website, the company admits to a recent data breach and states that...



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via bitcoinist06/03/2019

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via cointelegraph06/13/2019

Internal Power Struggle at MakerDAO: When Coding and Personal Interests Collide

Chaos at the headquarters of MakerDAO: Why have some key members left the company, while others hired a lawyer?

via insider.pro06/13/2019

Indian Government-supported Program Offers Bitcoin and Blockchain Course

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