The best time to improve your privacy & security was a year+ ago. The second best time is today. RIP my inbox.
13/20 In the world of crypto assets, a report that includes a blockchain address essentially gives law enforcement a data feed that includes identity + blockchain addresses and the ability to monitor, in real-time, all of the that customer's flows. This is without any consent.
14/20 Digital bearer assets with public chains combined with identity is a level of surveillance that does not exist in the existing financial system. This deserves a closer look and it's not clear that just applying CTRs to crypto addresses these risks.
Update on the July data breach: despite the leak, your crypto assets are safe. If truly and sincerely regrettable, this breach only concerns e-commerce related information. It has no link nor impact on our hardware wallets, the apps or your funds.
To put things in perspective and not undermining our responsibility, we have entered an era in which cyberattacks should occur more and more. 's mission is precisely to continuously invest to improve security standards. In this fight, we need you.
All of our personal info is already available on the dark web. The main issue here is that it’s now tied directly to crypto. Hackers know your info AND that you have enough coins to bother with a hardware wallet. And they know you bought them on an exchange.
The severity of the hack cannot be understated. To be clear. Hackers are NOT targeting your device or funds stored on it. They are using info to sim swap you and attempt to hack your email and SMS authentication (don’t use this!) to access your exchange accounts.
In Argentina it has become common for people to immediately withdraw their money from the bank and use it to buy USD to avoid inflation... and then put it in a safe deposit box in the same bank. Talk about a broken system.
The average U.S. taxpayer pays $15,000+ in taxes. The $600 stimulus check is a distraction from the actual underlying fiscal and monetary mismanagement problems.
BREAKING: The intends to sue over its sale of XRP, alleging the cryptocurrency is an unregistered security according to . reports
Today, the SEC voted to attack crypto. Chairman Jay Clayton - in his final act - is picking winners and trying to limit US innovation in the crypto industry to BTC and ETH. (1/3)
MicroStrategy just bought nearly 30,000 more Bitcoin at $21,925. That's a $650 million buy order. While you're waiting for the dip, others are buying.
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