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League of Legends PH Client Facilitated Cryptojacking Due to Modified Code

Popular online games have always been a prone target for criminals and hackers. Although these incidents are usually aimed at collecting users’ in-game items or payment information, a new trend has begun to emerge. Various sources claim the League of Legends PH client was briefly infected by cryptocurrency mining malware last week. Cryptojacking Is a Very Big Problem It has become ...

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Etheremon Switches to Zilliqa Due to Ethereum’s High Gas Prices

Scalability has been one of the biggest problems in cryptocurrency and blockchain. Even the top blockchains can’t solve this issue overnight, even though scaling solutions are in active development. Etheremon, the blockchain-based ‘Pokemon clone’, is switching its codebase from Ethereum to Zilliqa because of scalability concerns. Etheremon Taps Zilliqa It is evident any large-scale operation running on a public blockchain ...

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Blockchain Could Transform Trade Finance and Customer Due Diligence: EU Report

Trade finance is a complex and tedious process that involves a large number of participants. With the risks involved being quite high, especially in international trade finance, banks have stepped in to mitigate them through various products such as letters of credit and bank guarantees. This industry is long overdue for a blockchain revolution, according to a report by the ...

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Binance Suspends Trading Temporarily Due to ‘Irregular’ SYS Transactions

Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, suspended trading as a temporary measure on Wednesday after spotting ‘irregular’ transactions of SYS tokens on its platform. The exchange said it had temporarily suspended trading and withdrawals for “system maintenance” following the unusual trading patterns of Syscoin (SYS) on its platform. Binance has since resumed trading activities and it has been confirmed that all ...

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Graphics Card Suppliers to Cut Prices in July due to Crypto Market Slump, Sources Report

Sources say that the recent slump in the crypto markets is leading to graphics card suppliers lowering their prices, tech outlet DigiTimes reported June 29. Unnamed sources from the “upstream supply chain” told DigiTimes that the sale of ASIC crypto mining hardware have been negatively impacted, with a predicted price drop of 20 percent in July. Among the affected companies ...

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Leading Professionals Are Due to Come Together at the Japan Blockchain Conference 2018

This is a submitted sponsored story. CCN urges readers to conduct their own research with due diligence into the company, product or service mentioned in the content below. The event is one of the largest Blockchain Conferences in Japan, accommodating blockchain business corporations and organisations across the world. Leading professionals will come together to influence and share one another through a ...

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EXMO Cancels Plans to Launch Public TGE Due to Full Supply of Own Funds

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ICOs Pose ‘Serious Risks’ for Retail Investors Due to Lack of Oversight

Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman recently claimed that initial coin offerings (ICOs) pose “serious risks” for retail investors, CNBC reports June 20. Speaking at the Future of Fintech conference in New York on Wednesday, Friedman expressed “real concern” about ICO projects, saying that they can seriously defraud retail investors. Friedman said this is mostly the result of insufficient public information, as ...

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