Welcome Rajiv Shah to the IOTA Foundation
March 08, 2019 2:41 PM Rajiv Shah is a software engineer with experience in cross-platform mobile software development. His fascination with programming was sparked by work with Scratch and Lego League in elementary and middle school. After learning the basics of Java in eighth grade, he became interested in a wide range of technological fields, including machine learning, robotics, and cybersecurity, to name a few. Once he graduates from high school this year, he plans to pursue a degree in Computational Data Sciences from Penn State University. After discovering IOTA in 2017, Rajiv wanted to contribute to the code behind it. He began working on the Trinity wallet later that year under the guidance of Navin Ramachandran, Charlie Varley, and the rest of the Trinity team, and quickly became familiar with the code and underlying frameworks. Since then, he has helped fix bugs and add new features to the app. He can?t wait to see what the future holds for Trinity and IOTA.
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After a good testing period I'm unleashing the updated Flowee the Hub onto the world in release 2019
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Onederx a very short introduction: who we are and what we can offer to the crypto world
March 08, 2019 5:41 AM We have built the world?s fastest crypto futures exchange aimed at professional traders. We are the team of the crypto futures exchange Onederx. Our exchange allows traders to carry out derivatives trading while enjoying the lowest latencies on the market, very small fees, and large margins provided by our risk module. The main trading instrument employed at Onederx is cryptocurrency futures, which are far more convenient for traders than ordinary spot contracts. Derivatives trading on Onederx is as simple as BTC/USD spot trading, with100% correlation with the BTC/USD spot market price. What?s more, Onederx is the world?s first exchange to feature a negative fee for takers.
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ICON's HackerOne Bug Bounty Program is Now Public
March 08, 2019 4:32 AM The ICON Foundation is pleased to announce that the ICON-HackerOne Bounty Program is now PUBLIC. This allows anyone interested in the ICON Project to participate in the bug bounty program. The ICON Foundation has been running the private bounty program with HackerOne, a global cybersecurity company with outstanding bug bounty practices across diverse industries, since November 2018. By opening this to the public, the ICON Foundation will accelerate the stability and security of the ICON Network. Along with this change, the ICON Foundation is launching a promotional incentive program for all who participate in the public bounty program starting in March. If you report 2 valid issues, 2x of the original bounty will be provided as promotional incentives. For the next 3 valid reports after 2x incentives, you can also receive 1.5x of the original bounty. For more information on participation in the public bounty program and the incentive promotion, please visit the ICON page within the HackerOne website. * This promotional incentive program is limited to participation in the public program starting March 2019.
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UPDATE: $140 Million Missing From Dead CEO's Cracked Laptop!
March 07, 2019 11:27 PM Millions of dollars were missing when the CEO of a crypto exchange died without sharing the passwords to his accounts. Investigators, who have secured his laptop and other devices, have revealed the money is gone. Gerald Cotten, the founder of QuadrigaCX, was thought to have had sole access to the funds and coins exchanged on it. After his death in December, his colleagues said that about $US137 million in cryptocurrency belonging to about 115,000 customers was held offline in ?cold storage? and inaccessible. The case has sparked numerous theories, including that Cotten faked his own death and ran off with the cash. A court-appointed auditor, Ernst & Young, has secured Cotten?s laptop, home computer, USB keys and home computer. Using public blockchain records, it determined the digital wallets thought to contain millions were emptied in April, eight months before Cotten?s death, it said in a report last week.
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Fidelity Digital Assets - We are live with a select group of eligible clients and will continue rolling out slowly
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ICON has announced it's newest ICX Station Deblock Japan starting March 7th! Deblock Japan will operate a Tokyo Launchpad of ICX Station with partners both inside and outside of Japan
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"Just finished deploying all 1218 DNS top-level domains with the necessary DNSSEC support to ENS on Goerli! It's really great to see this project we've been working on for so long coming to fruition
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March 07, 2019 4:20 AM A new set of reports by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, compiled from over 1.3 million leaked transactions from 238,000 companies, have linked many major banks to a scheme to channel billions of dollars out of Russia. The Troika Laundromat is unique in that ?it was created by a prestigious financial institution.? Also read: SEC Chair Explains Key Upgrades Needed for Bitcoin ETF Approval The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), a non-profit media organization, published a set of reports this week detailing a complex money laundering scheme ?to channel billions of dollars out of Russia? which it and Lithuanian news site 15min.lt uncovered.
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Experts finally cracked the laptop of the crypto CEO who died with sole access to $137 million
March 06, 2019 2:56 PM Millions of dollars were missing when the CEO of a crypto exchange died without sharing the passwords to his accounts. Investigators recently cracked his laptop ? only to find the money was gone. Gerald Cotten, the founder of QuadrigaCX, was thought to have had sole access to the funds and coins exchanged on it. After his death in December, his colleagues said that about $137 million in cryptocurrency belonging to about 115,000 customers was held offline in "cold storage" and inaccessible. The case has sparked numerous theories, including that Cotten faked his own death and ran off with the cash. A court-appointed auditor, Ernst & Young, was able to crack Cotten's laptop and found that the accounts were emptied in April, eight months before his death, it said in a report last week.
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Forbes published the Billionaires 2019 list yesterday
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Ethereum will be accepted at starbucks
March 06, 2019 8:54 AM Leaked screenshots of the flagship S10 smartphone showing a multicurrency cold wallet reveal that apart from Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, Korean technology giant Samsungs new ?crypto phone? supports ERC20 and ERC721 tokens. Some in the altcoin community hailed this as a possible indication of imminent mass adoption for various platforms in the Ethereum ecosystem, although from what we?ve seen, there is no indications it will have a full DAPP browser. Peak adoption will come when all smartphone makers including Apple, have full web3 DAPP browsers. Samsung has a long history of working with Ethereum through its IOT arm. Some of us may recall the partnership with slock.it back in 2016 to create tiny Ethereum nodes for smart locks and robots.
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Bitcoin Enthusiasts Have Been Deleting Coinbase Accounts In Protest of Neutrino Acquisition
March 06, 2019 4:27 AM Things are not looking great for Coinbase. In a recent move that sparked a wave of outcries, cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase acquired Neutrino back in February. This move formed part of the exchange?s efforts to offer more diverse crypto assets across borders. However many users are livid with Coinbase?s decision to acquire the firm because of the executive suite?s past work with the startup Hacking Team, who sold spyware to several governments who are known for human rights crimes. Since then, the #DeleteCoinbase hashtag has been echoed across crypto Twitter with many bitcoin users closing their accounts in protest of the controversial acquisition.
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Evolution of crypto-exchanges or I wonder to get X OnederX Medium
March 05, 2019 5:53 PM I was bored. I sat at home in front of the screen of the exchange terminal and watched the sluggish saw on the BTC chart. Like any professional trader, I hate low volatility! But even more, I hate the impotence of the unknown, the future. We all analyze the past perfectly, but when it comes to rapid price fluctuations, we are not ready for this and worse, when the system fails at the most inopportune moment. At this moment, full of drama, we furiously beat on the keyboard buttons, hit the mouse and squeeze to creak teeth, but on the screen we see a painfully familiar message about the overload of the system.
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Deutsche bank and Citigroup part of $9 billion Russian money laundering operation
March 05, 2019 11:35 AM A group of investigative journalists have uncovered what they describe as a $9 billion money-laundering operation created by Russia's largest private investment bank, Troika Dialog. The operation, in which billions were said to be funneled from shell companies into the global banking system, was uncovered by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project and the Lithuanian news site 15min.lt using leaked data shared with others including The Guardian. The investigators said the data used in their reporting represented one of the largest leaks of banking information ever, "involving more than $470 billion sent in 1.3 million leaked transactions from 233,000 companies."
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Jeff Garzik: The more "wrapped" tokens on ETH, the more ETH becomes a #blockchain for financial exchange
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15,000 lightning network tips have already been sent through Tippin
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