by Hareem at 05-25-2019, 10:25 AM
[color=rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.6)]According to statistics on Coin.Dance, and control 43% of the bitcoin cash mining pool.[/color]

[color=rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.6)]As Cointelegraph reported, the Ethereum Classic (ETC) blockchain experienced a 51% attack in January. Researchers at the crypto exchange reportedly found that an attacker had reversed four transactions, resulting in a loss of 54,200 ETC. The exchange promised to compensate the affected users, and advised other trading platforms to block transactio[/color]
by Hareem at 05-25-2019, 10:22 AM
Two Miners Purportedly Execute 51% Attack on Bitcoin Cash Blockchain
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Two miners have reportedly executed a 51% attack on the bitcoin cash (BCH) blockchain, according to tweets by Cryptoconomy Podcast host Guy Swann on May 24.
A 51% attack occurs when someone controls the majority of mining power on a Proof-of-Work blockchain network. This means that the majority block verifier can prevent other users from mining and reverse transactions.
While many have assumed that a 51% attack would be carried out with malicious intent, the above case happened as the two mining pools attempted to prevent an unidentified party from taking some coins that — due to a code update — were essentially “up for grabs.”
According to Swann, two miners with majority control of the network — and — performed the attack in an effort to stop an unknown miner from taking coins that were sent to an “anyone can spend” address following the original hard fork in May 2017.  As per Swann’s tweets:
Quote:“When the unknown miner tried to take the coins themselves, http://BTC.TOP  & http://BTC.COM saw & immediately decided to re-org & remove these [transactions] TXs, in favor of their own TXs, spending the same P2SH coins, + many others … So just 2 miners, in secret & w/ no trouble, took it upon themselves to remove 2 blocks w/ another’s TXs, & replace with their own.”
51% attacks have generally been considered an undesirable and unprofitable option to take funds, as it would require a massive amount of computing power, and once a network is considered compromised, users would ostensibly flee.[/size]
by Hareem at 05-23-2019, 04:05 PM
Robinhood Opens Trading for 7 Cryptocurrencies in New York
[color=rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.6)]Robinhood, the popular stock and crypto investing app, has officially launched bitcoin, ethereum, and other cryptocurrency trading in New York.
Silicon Valley-based Robinhood received a BitLicense from the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) in January 2019 and on Thursday opened access to crypto trading in the Empire State.
From the press release:
Quote:Currently, you can invest in seven cryptocurrencies on Robinhood Crypto: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Litecoin, and Dogecoin. You can also track price movements and news for those and 10 additional cryptocurrencies.
New York is unique and problematic for crypto traders because all purveyors must apply for aBitLicense, most notably for companies that are “storing, holding, or maintaining custody or control of virtual currency on behalf of others,” according to NYDFS.
Many crypto startups have avoided the requirements entirely by becoming BitLicense refugees and refusing to do business in the state.
“Here we are two miles from the Statue of Liberty and you cannot sell CryptoKitties in the state without that license. That’s the absurdity of what’s happened here,” ShapeShift CEO Erik Voorhees complained in 2018 when asked about the controversial license at CoinDesk’s Consensus conference in New York.
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by Hareem at 05-22-2019, 09:15 PM
Crypto Economist Says Bitcoin Price Not Safe Yet, Crash to $1K Possible – BTC, XRP, Ethereum, Litecoin, Stellar, Cardano, Tron, EOS, Binance Coin Forecasts
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A former World Bank economist and partner at Lucid Investment Strategies is making the case for Bitcoin’s possible return to $1,000.
In August of last year, Leah Wald dropped a post saying the firm’s Hyperwave theory, which analyzes boom-bust cycles to identify four distinct moves up and three steps down, signaled a potential Bitcoin drop down to $1,000. Now that BTC is back in the $8,000 range, Wald says the odds of Bitcoin plummeting down to $1,000 are now lower, but still possible.
“The BTC Hyperwave is still in effect until a new all time high is reached. The recent price action has decreased the chances of returning to $1,000 but that target is not invalidated until a new all time high is established…
Remember that Cash is king unless an asset class is trending UP and that only long term trends are fit for investments. We remained in cash as long as the long term trend was DOWN, we will continue buying as long as it remains UP.”
In a new tweetstorm, Wald points to the once parabolic rise and fall of sugar as an example of a market that hit huge all-time highs, crashed and then surged back up before once again dropping to its base.
Quote:16/ Sugars price got within a whisker of returning to Phase 1, and then rallied back to near ATH territory, before selling off all the way back down to Phase 1. Just because the trend is turning bullish, the HW Phase 1 target is not invalidated until a new ATH is created.
— Leah Wald (@LeahWald) May 21, 2019

Right now, the crypto markets are a sea of red. Bitcoin is down 3.54% at $7,804 according to COIN360. Ethereum is down 5.29% at $247.34 and XRP is down 5.44% at $0.3805.
Source: COIN360
Technical analysts are seeing mixed signals on where Bitcoin and the crypto markets at large are heading.[/size]

CoinDesk – Bitcoin remains on the defensive with price below $8K
FXStreet – BTC/USD inverted shoulders pattern spotted as breakout looms
NewsBTC – Bitcoin price trading sideways, bulls eyeing fresh increase[/size]

Blockonomi – Ether dips could present buy opportunity
FXStreet – ETH/USD bulls fail at $260, RSI still trending within overbought zone[/size]

Coinspeaker – XRP/USD consolidating on the short-term outlook
Blockonomi –  XRP facing risk of another drop before moving higher[/size]

CoinCodex – LTC in consolidation after epic 84% surge
Blockonomi – Litecoin now showing signs of weakness[/size]

Bitcoin Cash, Binance Coin, EOS, Stellar, Cardano, Tron, Bitcoin SV
NewsBTC – Binance Coin hyped on mysterious tweet, BSV still surging
Cointelegraph – Potential for short-term blip ahead: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, EOS, LTC, BNB, XLM, ADA, TRX Analysis[/size]
by Hareem at 05-21-2019, 08:55 PM
The move from Huobi follows closely on the heels of an almost identical announcement about the listing of the same four stablecoins by the second top crypto exchange by trading volume, OKEx, yesterday, Oct. 15. OKEx has already launched deposits in the four stablecoins, with withdrawals available starting from today.
#Planning for Brexit: #Crypto#Exchange Giant #Coinbase Opens Office in Ireland


#ETH, BCH, and #XRP Plunge 13% as #Bitcoin Dips to $6,250: Factors and Trends

#Ethereum (ETH), #Ripple (XRP), and #BitcoinCash(BCH) have declined by 12 to 13 percent over the past 24 hours, as Bitcoin recorded a sudden dip in price from $6,600 to $6,250.

XRP, BCH, and other cryptocurrencies with low daily trading
by Hareem at 05-21-2019, 08:50 PM
Huobi follows almost identical announcement about the listing of the same four stablecoins crypto exchange by trading volume, OKEx, 
 Brexit: #Crypto#Exchange Giant #Coinbase Opens Office in Ireland


#ETH, BCH, and #XRP  as #Bitcoin Dips to $6,250: Factors and Trends

#Ethereum (ETH), #Ripple (XRP), and #BitcoinCash(BCH) 

XRP, BCH, and other cryptocurrencies with low daily trading
by amnamalik at 05-21-2019, 03:43 PM
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by amnamalik at 05-21-2019, 03:28 PM
Facebook’s popular messaging app with 1.5 billion users in over 180 countries has another major vulnerability. Hackers were able to covertly install spyware on iOS and Android smartphones using Whatsapp with just a phone call. “All of their security issues are conveniently suitable for surveillance, and look and work a lot like backdoors,” said Telegram’s founder, who doubts Whatsapp will ever be secure.

Also read: Indian Supreme Court Postpones Crypto Case at Government’s Request

A Phone Call Is All It Takes
Whatsapp and its parent company, Facebook, revealed last week that a major vulnerability had been discovered in the popular messaging service and urged users to update the app. The Financial Times reported that this latest vulnerability in Whatsapp had been open for weeks, allowing hackers to inject Israeli spyware onto mobile phones simply by calling targets, noting:

The malicious code, developed by the secretive Israeli company NSO Group, could be transmitted even if users did not answer their phones, and the calls often disappeared from call logs.
The publication further detailed, “Within minutes of the missed call, the phone starts revealing its encrypted content, mirrored on a computer screen halfway across the world. It then transmits back the most intimate details such as private messages and location, and even turns on the camera and microphone to live-stream meetings.” The news outlet added that “The software itself is not new — it was the latest upgrade to a decade-old technology so powerful that the Israeli defence ministry regulates its sale. But the Whatsapp hack was an enticing new ‘attack vector.'”

While the hackers who gained access by exploiting the vulnerability in Whatsapp’s call functionality have not been identified at press time, the company clarified in a statement:

The attack has all the hallmarks of a private company reportedly that works with governments to deliver spyware that takes over the functions of mobile phone operating systems.

Whatsapp is a free messaging and voice over IP service which allows users to send text messages, images, documents, and other media, as well as place voice and video calls. It was acquired by Facebook in February 2014 for $19 billion. In July last year, Whatsapp said it had more than 1.5 billion users in over 180 countries, making it the most popular messaging app worldwide.
by amnamalik at 05-21-2019, 03:26 PM
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There’s a party happening right now and everyone’s invited. The music’s playing, the fridge is loaded and the bathtub’s full of ice. All the ingredients for the sickest soiree are in place. There’s just one problem: the guests have yet to arrive. Welcome to the world of security tokens, where you can tokenize anything you like, but making it tradable is another matter entirely.
STOs Are on the Rise But Liquidity Is Non-Existent

HYGH is a peer-to-peer advertising network and content management system seeking to make outdoor displays affordable to businesses of all kinds. It’s currently raising funds via a token sale, and has elected for an STO over an ICO. Explaining the rationale, CEO Vincent Mueller said: “We see clear benefits to aligning incentives between the project and its backers, and we believe a compliant STO is the best way to achieve this. We’ve set a small check size of $500, in exchange for which investors will receive a 9% share of revenue.” A security token offering was chosen, he added, on account of it being the most ethical means of raising money, helping investors become long-term advocates for the company, rather than short-term token flippers, as was the case with the ICOs of yore.
But how long-term are we talking about when it comes to trading security tokens? In the U.S., there’s generally a one-year lock-up before securitized assets become tradable, but that’s not to say that STO investors can exit after 12 months. Offloading any asset requires a counterparty willing to acquire it, and right now accredited investors with the means and will to purchase security tokens on the secondary market are thin on the ground – as are trading platforms themselves, for that matter.
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First Comes Infrastructure, Then Liquidity
The Winklevoss twins might have caught flak for Gemini’s “Crypto needs rules” campaign, but when it comes to securities trading, they’re absolutely right. While the legal status of utility tokens can be debated ad infinitum, securities will always be securities, and thus any project pondering an STO must ensure they are au fait with all pertinent regulations before proceeding. Furthermore, any exchange wishing to list these assets requires a license from their securities regulator, which doesn’t dole such permits out to just anyone.

At Token Summit New York last week, Josh Stein, CEO of security token exchange Harbor, had a lot to say about the state of the nascent industry. “The issue is getting a critical mass of investments and investors,” he told event organizer William Mougayar. “You can have the best tech in the world, but you still need buyers and sellers willing to transact … It’s like a fission reaction, you gotta reach critical mass.” Solving that chicken and egg problem is a task that call for a multilateral approach involving STO projects, issuance platforms, custody providers, secondary exchanges, regulators, and all the other intermediaries who govern the complex security token landscape.
by Hareem at 05-20-2019, 10:10 PM
#Bitfinex Unveils ‘Distributed #BankingSolution,’ Resumes Fiat Deposits

#Cryptocurrency #exchange giant Bitfinex has unveiled a “distributed banking solution” that it says will be a “resilient” solution to its much-chronicled banking woes.

Announced on Tuesday, the new system will allow KYC-verified users to immediately begin initiating fiat deposits across #USD, GBP, JPY, and #EUR, which had been paused for almost a week.
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