Man claims to have virtual currency worth Rs 33 crore, cheats duo with fake websites
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In one of the most high-profile security breaches in recent years, bogus tweets were sent out on July 15 from the accounts of Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Mike Bloomberg, Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates.
The hackers demanded ransom to release the data which were encrypted from their computers, a senior officer of the Kolkata Police said.
She hacked into her former employers’ system to carry out the transactions
SC overturning ban on financial institutions dealing with bitcoins comes as short in the arm for crypto firms
Supreme Court order overturning RBI ban on financial institutions dealing in cryptocurrency will enable start-ups in the space to raise significantly more funding, industry experts feel
The past week has seen Bitcoin steadily losing its value in a viciously volatile market.
The murdered entrepreneur raised a fortune of I450 cr from people promising good returns
Bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency, has won the fancy of many Malayalis who have been silently investing in it for the past two years .
Bitcoin - the largest and most popular cryptocurrency - has appreciated by almost half so far this year, to regain the $10,000 mark against the US dollar for the first time since October.
The accused - Manoj Patel and Avika Mishra - are allegedly involved in a scam running into Rs 10-15 crore, police said on Friday.
Interest in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin surged last year as prices rocketed. Then they tumbled in recent months, triggering warnings from regulators across the world.
Bitcoin has fallen in six of the last eight trading session.
The country will not see any form of cryptocurrency trade regularisation, at least in the near future.
Cryptocurrency exchanges to strengthen controls after USD 530 million theft: Japan's Finance Minister Taro Aso
The theft at Coincheck - one of the world's biggest cyberheists - highlights the hazards of trade in an asset that policymakers are struggling to regulate, as well as the broader risks for Japan.