If you are a crypto follower, I’m sure you’re aware that the markets are not as rosy and steadily climbing as they used to be. And, that the number one rule about writing about Bitcoin is to not write about Bitcoin because it moves astonishingly fast and soon all the crypto fans will line up […]
It’s most likely the grimmest feeling ever when you realize that you’ve sent your precious crypto to the wrong address. Where do you start to request it back and is this even possible? If this happens to you, rest assured that you are not alone, and although it is a simple mistake to make, it […]
So you’re looking to get in on the crypto craze and you’ve been wondering how and where you can get your hands on digital currencies? The very short answer is a cryptocurrency exchange, of which there are three main types. Let’s dig a little deeper and find out which one will work for you!
In a bizarre turn of events, a hacker that compromised decentralized finance protocol Poly Network has begun to return over $600 million in stolen cryptocurrency. Thus far, the hackers have returned $342 million in Ethereum, BSC, and Polygon.
Bitcoin, the world’s most popular digital currency, is due for its first upgrade in over four years, and miners across the globe have given it the thumbs up. The new “Taproot” upgrade is due to take effect in November this year and will see the currency providing a new level of transactional privacy and efficiency, according to industry experts.
A network of 1,100 people accused of laundering money by purchasing cryptocurrencies have been arrested in China. According to the Chinese Ministry of Public Security, the launderers were charging their clients a commission rate to convert proceeds obtained through illegal activities to cryptocurrency via crypto exchanges without disclosing the amount of money involved.
The crypto community was left in shock after the announcement of China’s latest crackdown on cryptocurrencies, which included not only the ban of financial services related to cryptos and the trading of digital currencies but also the mining of said currencies. China has been the global bitcoin mining hub throughout the years and is responsible for around 65% of all bitcoin mining worldwide, even after the recent ban. But the effects of local regulations are pushing large mining operations out of the country. Several big mining firms have ceased operations in China and are looking to move their operations to regions such as Central Asia and North America.
Since July 2020, Softswiss has resolved over 70 fraud-related cases worth over €370,000! The past nine months have shown excellent results in the battle against crypto gambling fraud. And the future looks bright when it comes to preventing these occurrences.