• Market Cap: $179b

  • Apr 25, 2019

Coinmama Cryptocurrency Exchange Faces Security Breach: Data of 450,000 Users At Risk

A recent announcement from Coinmama informs that data of over 450,000 users has been stolen and posted on the dark web.

Cryptocurrency Hackers Communicate over PUBG to Plot $2.47 Million Hack

Hackers are getting innovative! Reports from Turkey point out that hackers made use of PUBG video game to communicate and orchestrate a $2.47 Million hack.

Cryptopia Cryptocurrency Exchange Cleared to Reopen

The police have now commented that their investigation is almost complete - and Cryptopia has been given the green light to resume reopen the exchange again. 

Binance Freezes Stolen Funds from The Cryptopia Hack

A portion of the hacked Cryptopiafunds were routed by the hackers to the Binance cryptocurrency exchange. These funds have been frozen by Binance.

Innovations in Crypto-Crime: Infected Movie-Torrent Files, Fake Wikipedia Banners!

Crypto-Crime is on the rise. Hackers and scammers are making use of innovative means to swindle you. Here's what they're up to!

Cryptopia Cryptocurrency Exchange Hacked, Trading Suspended

Earlier today, New Zealand-based Cryptopia cryptocurrency exchange broke the news that there has been a major security breach, following which it went offline.

Hackers Post Bitcoin Scam From South African Cricket Board’s Twitter Account

Twitter account of the South African Cricket Board was hacked. The hackers posted tweets promoting a Bitcoin scam from the @OfficialCSA account.

$460,000 Worth of Ethereum Classic (ETC) Stolen Following 51% Attack

$460,000 worth of ETC cryptocurrencies have been stolen following a 51% attack on the Ethereum Classic blockchain platform.

Over 245 Bitcoins Stolen Following Phishing Attack on Electrum Wallet

at least 245 Bitcoins (worth over $1 Million) have been stolen from the Electrum Bitcoin Wallet so far, following a phishing attack.

More Evidence Emerges on North Korea Using Cryptos to Fund Economy

Reports from cybersecurity firm Inksit Group bring more evidence to the fact that North Korea is using cryptocurrencies to fund its cash-strapped economy.