Don’t Be Misled by Red Herrings – Bitcoin Magazine

In Part One of this treatise, we examined the fundamental relationship between Bitcoin and privacy by going back to the beginning with the whitepaper. In spite of some excellent privacy preserving options  that have been available to users since those early days, we seem to have taken a few wrong turns. But to fix it, …

Interpol Targets Darkweb and Crypto with S.Korean Help

Following the success of working with local law enforcement bodies in clamping down on cryptojacking, Interpol is now targeting darkweb and crypto crime with assistance from a South Korean startup. Interpol Gets Help to Track Darkweb Crypto Crime Interpol is getting serious about cracking down on crime on the darkweb. Much of the illicit activity …

A Match Made in the Whitepaper – Bitcoin Magazine

Introduction How one’s focus can shift in just two weeks! While today everybody in the Bitcoin space seems more concerned with price fluctuations in response to the global financial panic (understandably so), it’s important to remember perennial issues that never go away, like the importance of maintaining your privacy when you transact in bitcoin. Throughout …

Stock and Oil Markets Unravel Further, is Bitcoin Next?

Stock and oil markets extended their decline to new lows on Wednesday, as investors are in a rush to cash in amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Bitcoin has shown a striking correlation to the stock market during the last few weeks, but it has ignored today’s crash, maintaining above $5,100. Will it manage to resist the …

Stay Safe From Coronavirus but also Keep your Bitcoin(s) Safe

The time is ripe for another round of scams and shady schemes, as the coronavirus panic is used to extort potential Bitcoin buyers. Beware of scammy schemes or shady exchanges. Scammers May Seek Naive Bitcoin Investors at Times of Panic Scammers may be hunting for naive Bitcoin investors during times of panic. The latest Coronavirus …

Bitcoin Fell 50% From $6,000 After This Signal Appeared, and It’s About to Happen Again

Bitcoin really hasn’t done too well over the past few days; since the $9,200 peak seen on Saturday, the price of the cryptocurrency crashed as low as $3,800, marking a more-than-50% crash from the weekly high. Unfortunately, a key signal suggests that the prospects of recovery may be diminishing. Related Reading: Crypto Tidbits: Bitcoin Plunges …