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New Report: $2.5 Million Ethereum Fee is Neither Fat Fingers nor Money Laundering

The two Ethereum transactions where senders paid millions of dollars in fees for transactions worth as little as $130 are widely believed to be blackmail. According to research from analytics company PeckShield, the hackers were reportedly blackmailing…
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Hacked Accounts on Crypto Exchanges Rose 369% in 2017, Research Finds

New research has found that crypto hacks are increasing, with a majority of criminal activity originating from the U.S., according to International cybersecurity firm Group-IB. Poor Security Measures According to Group-IB, hacked accounts rose…