CEO Brian Armstrong called social activism divisive and a distraction in a recent blog post, and the company is offering any "uncomfortable" workers an exit package.
The agency is offering up to $1 million dollars for developers who can create technologies to track Monero and Bitcoin Lightning Network transactions.
Wednesday's massive Twitter hack wasn't the first time the platform has grappled with cryptocurrency scams or compromised verified accounts. Far from it.
An unknown person or entity just sent a whole lot of money while hiding in plain sight.
Canadian exchange Coinsquare was practicing so-called 'wash trading', according to leaked emails, Slack chats, and other files. Generally, wash trading violates securities law.
Was it simply a catastrophically expensive mistake, or something more nefarious? The mining pool is holding on to the fee in case the sender speaks up.
Coinsquare, the impacted exchange, says a former employee stole the data.
Kieran Hamilton was the victim of a growing type of crime: burglars targeting people who have uploaded photos of their designer clothes, luxury holidays and sparkly watches.
Opportunistic developers on 4Chan created 'CoronaCoin' as a way to supposedly "raise awareness" around COVID-19.
Victims and lawmakers say wireless carriers and the Trump FCC aren’t doing enough to protect consumers from the threat of SIM hijacking.
The, uhh, presidential candidate has flip-flopped on his infamous Bitcoin bet.
Technologists, hackers, and journalists recap the ninth episode of the final season of the realistic hacking show.