Ethereum

Hacker Who Stole $600 Million in Cryptocurrency Did It ‘for Fun’

The hacker behind the recent theft of almost $600 million in cryptocurrency from the decentralized finance platform Poly Network started that they hacked the platform “for fun.” The hacker has returned a considerable portion of the stolen crypto and the remaining balance of stolen Ethereum is being transferred back to Poly Network according to their Twitter account.

Participant hold their laptops in front of an illuminated wall at the annual Chaos Computer Club (CCC) computer hackers' congress, called 29C3, on December 28, 2012 in Hamburg, Germany. The 29th Chaos Communication Congress (29C3) attracts hundreds of participants worldwide annually to engage in workshops and lectures discussing the role …

Crypto 101: How to Maximize Your Rewards and Minimize Your Risks in This Decade’s Must-Have Investment

Why do some experts see cryptocurrency as this decade’s must-have investment? What exactly is crypto and how can average investors navigate the crypto market’s volatility? To get answers, Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow spoke with crypto investment expert Teeka Tiwari, whose PickoftheDecade.com presentation and Palm Beach Letter provides investors with a clear explanation of the crypto market and how they can maximize their benefits from this new asset class.

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Dulis: My 5 Favorite Altcoins for Mining in 2017

This was the year that I finally jumped down the rabbit hole known as “cryptocurrency” — decentralized, blockchain-based digital money — and a big part of what sparked my interest was the concept of “mining,” or using my computer’s processing power to mint new units of these “coins.”

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Brave Browser Lets Users Fight YouTube Censorship with Bitcoin Tech

Brave, the Internet browser from Brendan Eich — the creator of JavaScript and former Mozilla CEO chased out of the company because of political wrongthink — has announced a new feature that users might use to combat YouTube’s growing censorship of independent channels in favor of corporate brands.

Brave Browser, the BAT (Basic Attention Token) currency, and a smartphone display the YouTube app.