Unicef Australia Creates In-Browser Crypto Mining Website

The Australian department of children’s charity Unicef has created a novel way to raise funds using in-browser cryptocurrency mining. Their ‘HopePage‘ was launched today which allows visitors to opt in to digital currency mining, choosing how much processing power they

Dubai Police Arrest Suspects Behind $1.9 Million Bitcoin Heist

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Dubai police have apprehended a gang of ten individuals alleged to have stolen Dh7 million (approx. $1.9 million) from two victims in an armed theft involving

Circle Adds Zcash to Crypto Investment App

Circle is adding the privacy-focused cryptocurrency zcash to its list of offerings for its investment app, the startup announced Monday. Users of the company’s Circle Invest platform can now purchase and invest the cryptocurrency, the company explained in a new blog

trade.io Opens Pre-Registration To One Of The Crypto Industry’s Most Rewarding Affiliate Programs

Thursday, 26th April 2018, Lugano Switzerland, trade.io has announced that pre-registration has now opened to digital marketeers who will refer online traffic to the company websites via this webpage: https://somethingbigiscoming.io. With this launch, affiliates worldwide will be equipped with the

Malta is the New Leader in Global Cryptocurrency Trading Volume

Cryptocurrency trades surge in Malta, making the tiny nation a predominant leader in the field, surpassing countries like Japan, Korea, China, and the USA. A research carried out by Morgan Stanely also shows that Belize is second to the lead.

ICO Market Is Example Of Unregulated Securities Market, Says SEC Commissioner

US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Commissioner Robert Jackson highlighted consumer protection regarding Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) in an interview on CNBC today, April 30. When asked about cryptocurrencies and ICOs, Jackson said that he hasn’t yet seen an ICO

Want to Learn More About Mining? There’s a New Summit for That

For Emma Todd, it was a 2017 conference that transformed her newfound interest in cryptocurrencies and blockchain into a passion. As she learned more, she had an epiphany: more people needed to better understand the esoteric world of cryptomining. Not

Japanese Regulator Pressures Exchanges to Drop Privacy Coins

Exchanges Japan’s Financial Services Agency, tasked with monitoring the country’s cryptocurrency exchanges, has quietly been pressuring platforms to delist privacy coins. Coincheck has already done so in the wake of the $400 million NEM hack. If fellow