Researchers have discovered on Google Play an app that passes itself off as a program to manage cryptocurrencies, but which, in reality, has been designed to steal from users.
The Bitcoin, which some may have left for dead ahead of time, has returned to the charge in the spring of 2019.
There are already companies that offer this technology with a model equivalent to SaaS so that they can adopt small businesses.
Facebook is lifting some restrictions on blockchain ads after updating its advertising policies.
According to the statements of a person related to the company, E * Trade, a brokerage firm and a well-known financial exchange company, is processing the inclusion of cryptocurrencies in its platform.
Harvard University has invested in virtual shares, better known as tokens, of the cryptocurrency company Blockstack Inc.
Bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency in the world, has made its first big rise since the bubble exploded in 2018.
Russian cyber security company Group IB has detected a new generation of malware that attacks up to 32 applications and more than 100 international banks through their applications for Android mobile devices.
The hyperinflation in Venezuela is growing and the sovereign bolivar, outside of the Caribbean territory, is too weak compared to other currencies such as the dollar or the Colombian peso.