Bitcoin.org, the oldest cryptocurrency website registered by the pseudo-anonymous creator of Bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto was hacked earlier today. The hackers then ran a BTC giveaway scam promising to return double the amount of BTC that users send to the mentioned address. The scammers reportedly managed to collect $17,764 before the website was taken down. It is still offline and cannot be accessed at the time of writing.
Michaël van de Poppe has shared his latest thoughts on the recent price action of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Cardano.
The overall crypto space has bounced back strongly amid the global market recovery on Wednesday led by positive Fed commentary. It’s the altcoin space that’s leading the crypto market rally by adding $100 billion to the overall crypto market.
The power of the Dogecoin meme is strong despite transaction levels of DOGE hitting the lowest they've been since 2017.
Bitcoin has become extremely popular and is now the most valuable cryptocurrency out there. It was first introduced in 2008 by a person with the pseudonym, Satoshi Nakamoto. At this time, the cryptocurrency was ground-breaking, and its implemented blockchain technology is now a great way to keep transactions safer than ever. While some people are skeptical of cryptocurrencies in general and don’t know much about them, others believe that this is the future of payment.
A new survey has revealed bleak insights into the apparent willingness of retail investors to follow digital asset advice from the social media accounts of celebrities and influencers.
The Biden administration reportedly intends to nominate Kazakhstani-American attorney, academic and former policy advisor Saule Omarova to head the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) — the institution that oversees the U.S. banking sector.
Financial regulators in the United Arab Emirates have reached an arrangement to officially allow and support cryptocurrency trading in an economic free zone in Dubai.
At the time of writing, Bitcoin.org’s web address appeared inaccessible to users after a possible phishing attack was reported earlier today. According to observers, suspicious scam giveaways were being featured on the website before it was taken down by hosting provider Namecheap.com
Yesterday, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had a little win against Ripple. Judge Sarah Netburn denied the latter’s request for documents detailing the ‘trading policies governing digital assets’.