Bitcoin Mining Giant Bitmain Sues “John Doe” Binance Hacker Over $5.5 Million BTC Theft

Bitmain is a renowned company in the cryptocurrency industry. Their main bread and butter revolves around creating specialized mining equipment. This company has also filed a lawsuit against unknown individuals. This filing comes on the heels of the company’s Binance account being hacked and funds being stolen.

Bitmain Seeks Justice

Cryptocurrency exchange hacks have become all too common over the years. In most cases, individual users are affected. Every now and then, however, companies associated with projects or companies can be abused as well. For Bitmain, its Binance account was compromised by an unknown individual. Because of this intrusion, the mining manufacturer lost 617 bitcoins, worth roughly $5.5 million at the time of the theft.

It is believed the stolen funds were not converted to US Dollars. Instead, the lawsuit claims, these funds were moved tot he Bittrex exchange. The hacker used this latter platform to heavily inflate the price of a relatively unpopular altcoin called MANA. It is unclear if this is an attempt at laundering money, or if it serves a more nefarious purpose. Bitcoin’s transparent nature makes it very easy to track the origins and destinations of specific transactions.

For an unknown reason, the Binance account “hacker” did not empty Bitmain’s account entirely. Instead, he, she, or they left over 200 Bitcoin in the account belonging to Bitmain. Why that was done in such a manner, remains unclear to this very date. Bitmain alleges this confirms the culprit clearly intended fraud and was intent on causing damages to the firm itself.

Finding the Real Culprit is Difficult

The lawsuit stands out for another reason as well. Bitmain officially filed it against “John Doe”. This confirms neither the company nor its legal representatives know the real identity of the culprit. Filing the lawsuit in Washington is not done randomly, though. Bittrex, one of the exchanges involved in this defrauding scheme, is based in Seattle, Washington.

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Ripple Technology to Power International Payment Corridor Between Japan and Brazil

MUFG via its wholly owned subsidiary – Banco MUFG Brasil, recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Banco Bradesco S.A. to use Ripple technology in a new international payment corridor between Japan and Brazil. This news is the latest adoption case for Ripple in the banking industry.

Cross-Border Payments Using Ripple

In a press release published on Friday (November 9, 2018), MUFG, the banking arm of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Japan and the world’s fifth largest bank, announced its partnership with Banco Bradesco S.A., one of the largest banks in Latin America. The partnership enables a new Ripple-based cross-border payment network between both banks.

A portion of the statement reads:

Through this MOU, MUFG Bank has decided to start the collaborative development for cross-border payments between Japan and Brazil, utilizing Ripple’s cutting-edge technology. The new payment system – developed by Ripple, a San Francisco-based software vendor – will assist the banks as they work towards commercializing a high-speed, transparent, and traceable cross-border payment solution between Japan and Brazil.

According to the press release, this new payment corridor is an extension of the already existing collaboration between both banks. MUFG first got into business with Bradesco in 1973 when the former invested in latter.

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Swedish Man Mails Bomb to Bitcoin Exchange Over Lost Password, Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison

A customer of a London-based blockchain company sent a letter bomb to its employees just because the firm had refused a request for a password reset.

The Chilling Incident

In a scary case that has come to light, a man has been sentenced to six and a half years in prison for sending a homemade bomb to a Bitcoin firm in London. Thankfully, no one was hurt by the potentially lethal device, reports the BBC.

The perpetrator by the name Jermu Michael Salonen and aged 43 was found to be a Swedish national. The Stockholm District Court has sentenced him to six and a half years prison term.

Multiple charges were slapped on Salonen including sending white powder to Swedish lawmakers in 2017. One of the recipients happened to be the Swedish Prime Minister.

The Reason Behind the Episode

Law enforcement agency which conducted the investigation found a queer motive behind the action.

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Cryptocurrency Holders File Lawsuit Against US Telcos Over SIM Swapping Incidents

Cryptocurrency users are often targeted by criminals. Especially those users who rely on exchanges to manage and store funds. A new lawsuit filed against AT&T and T-Mobile is of great interest in this regard. The lawsuit alleges that neither company did enough to prevent the SIM swapping attacks that resulted in the theft of more than $1 million in cryptocurrency.

What is SIM Swapping?

Theft of cryptocurrencies occurs in many different ways. One notably popular trend involves hijacking existing exchange user accounts. These accounts are often protected by two-factor authentication. For most exchanges, that equals to sending a text message to a mobile phone number associated with the user’s account. It is a relatively secure method, but one that can also backfire.

Dozens of cryptocurrency users have fallen victim to SIM swapping over the years. Criminals claim phone numbers as their own by verifying the owner’s identity. The necessary information to do so is usually obtained through social engineering or from social media platforms. Providers such as AT&T and T-Mobile are now charged with negligence when it comes to these SIM swapping attempts.

According to the lawsuit, several cryptocurrency investors have filed a lawsuit. Silver Miller is the firm spearheading this case at this time. Both providers face charges of “helping thieves in remotely taking over SIM cards”. In virtually all cases, cryptocurrency funds have been lost in the process. One user lost roughly $621,000 due to such a SIM swapping attack.

Account Security Needs to Improve

Although two-factor authentication is a good measure, it is not always implemented correctly. Most cryptocurrency exchanges still consider this an optional step. Instead, they should enforce this method upon users to keep their funds safe. Secondly, moving away from text-based verification is another option worth considering. Google Authenticator or other solutions are equally secure and convenient.

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Zambian Crypto Firm Investigated Under Money Laundering Charges

The Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) in Zambia have arrested three individual directors of the cryptocurrency firm Heritage Coin Resources Limited on the charge of laundering approximately 28,000,000 kwachas, the country’s official currency. This is equivalent to more than $2.3 million in USD.

So, Who’s in Trouble, Here?

In a statement released on November 2, 2018, DEC assistant public relations officer Chibu Mwansa Tembo explained that the group had been garnering funds under false pretenses and are believed to have participated in several other financial crimes, such as operating a financial services firm without the proper license.

The persons charged include 35-year-old Hilda Agnes Raubenheimer of Salama Park; 29-year-old Orient Rio of Ibex Hill, and 40-year-old Tapiwa Chirwa, who served as the firm’s primary managing director. Tembo commented that the three had been jointly charged for:

…Providing banking business, financial business or financial services without a license, conducting or participating in a money circulation scheme, obtaining money by false pretenses and money laundering contrary to the laws of Zambia.

The Dates and Details

It is estimated that between the dates of June 1, 2018 and October 15, 2018, the three individuals worked with financial industry leaders (unnamed in the statement) to provide monetary services to the public by collecting deposits from customers which were disguised as partnership fees.

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Chinese School Principal Fired For Mining Crypto on Campus

In a bizarre incident, the principal of a Chinese school was sacked for running a cryptocurrency mining operation using the school’s electricity and internet.

The Lure of Mining

The principal of a school in China has been sacked from his job, and his deputy given a warning after both were found guilty of using the school’s electricity and the internet to carry our cryptocurrency mining within school premises.

The queer incident was reported earlier by the South China Morning Post. According to the article, the mining operation which had been running for over a year incurred a massive electricity bill amounting to 14,714 yuan (US$2,120) for the school.

How It All Started

Lei Hua, Principal, Puman Middle School in Chenzhou, Hunan province decided last year to mine Ethereum, the second largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization.

He spent 10,000 yuan (US$1,440) on buying a mining rig, only to find that he could not afford to pay for the power that the machine was consuming.

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Three Roadblocks to Mass Adoption of Blockchain Technology

Blockchain technology has been in existence for close to 10 years now. Yet adoption levels are still low. Ex-president and board member of overstock.com shares his perspective.

Perspectives of an Early Adopter

October 31st was celebrated as the 10th anniversary of the Bitcoin white paper being published by the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto. By January of 2009, the initial version of the protocol was released.

However, we are still far from its mass adoption. Overstock.com was one of the major early adopters of bitcoin as a method of payment.

Jonathan Johnson, the ex-president and board member at Overstock and President at Medici Ventures was part of the decision to embrace the technology.

In an article published on Techcrunch, Johnson shared the three challenges that according to him need to be addressed before the full potential of blockchain technology can be realized.

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ICO Crackdown Continues: Colorado Officials Issue Four New Cease and Desist Orders

Government agencies continue to target ICOs for potent rule violations. In Colorado, the Division of Securities has flagged four projects as potentially suspicious. These ICO projects are currently subject to a cease and desist order, bringing the total to twelve so far. It is another big step toward legitimizing initial coin offerings in the United States.

More ICOs Faces Regulatory Scrutiny

In the United States, a proverbial crusade against illicit ICOs is taking shape. The SEC is clamping down on every company violating securities guidelines or defrauding investors. Individual US states also take similar measures if the need arises. For Colorado’s Division of Securities, four projects are on the radar and received cease and desist orders this week.

These companies are flagged by the ICO Task Force. This unit is created to investigate potentially fraudulent activity. In the case of these four companies, there are some serious concerns to take into account. Bitcoin Investments guarantees daily returns to investors. Pinkdate offers dividends to investors without filing with the correct authorities. For Prisma, the situation is a bit different. Investors can earn hefty returns due to the company’s lending and arbitraging model. Last but not least, Clear Shop Vision is a serial ICO company. They have organized three different funding rounds throughout the second half of 2018. This is considered an unregistered securities offering and is thus subject to additional scrutiny.

The ICO Industry Needs More Scrutiny

The action undertaken in Colorado is an important step. Weeding out the potentially nefarious projects from the ICO industry needs to be the top priority. Even though there is more work to be done, efforts like these show a proactive approach is warranted. A cease and desist can ensure no investors lose money in the process.

The lack of nationwide initial coin offering regulation remains a problem. In the United States, no domestic crypto regulation exists. As such, individual states often draft their own laws and guidelines. That makes it somewhat complicated for genuine companies to operate. Moreover, it allows for ICOs like these to almost slip through the mazes of the net.

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Security Token Offerings (STO) Platform iSTOX Receives ‘Key Investments’ from SGX, Temasek

Singapore Stock Exchange and the government-owned Temasek have invested in a blockchain platform that will connect investors with firms offering security tokens.

ICHX Tech Secures Funding for New Platform

ICHX Tech, a Singapore based blockchain infrastructure company has announced investments from the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) and Heliconia Capital Management, a subsidiary of Temasek Holdings.

The announcement was made earlier on Thursday by ICHX on its website. ICHX is being incubated by leading Singapore investment firm ICH Group.

The funds have been raised for iSTOX, a capital markets platform that aims to become the first regulated platform in Asia to offer issuance and trading of security tokens.

Speaking about this latest development, Danny Toe, Chief Executive Officer at ICHX Tech, said:

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IBM and Seagate to Create Blockchain-Based Tracking Solution for Hard Drives

The leading technology firm will work with the data storage company to put hard drive information on the blockchain to fight the counterfeit market.

IBM and Seagate Join Hands

The US-based IT giant, International Business Machines (IBM), has announced a partnership with Seagate, a leading data storage company to build a blockchain-powered system that will help identify counterfeit hard drives.

The development which was reported by ZDNet will help Seagate in traceability and authentication of hard drives.

IBM’s existing blockchain platform and the security technology from Seagate will be used to build a solution that will help in addressing the issue of counterfeit devices.

The solution will also improve security and compliance for the firm’s customer organizations that use the hard drives.

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SEC Beams Searchlight on Cryptocurrency Exchanges in the United States

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) says it isn’t going to be swayed by technical definitions when it comes to its oversight of cryptocurrency exchange platforms. This pronouncement comes barely a day after the Commission brought up charges against the founder of EtherDelta – a decentralized virtual currency trading platform.

Centralized/Decentralized Exchanges – Semantics and Nothing More

If you thought running a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange (DEX) exempted you from SEC oversight, think again. As far as the Commission is concerned, the issue of centralized and decentralized exchanges is simply semantics.

Speaking to Forbes, the head of the SEC’s cyber unit, Robert Cohen, said:

The focus is not on the label you put on something or the technology you’re using. The leveled is on the function, and what the platform is doing. Whether it’s decentralized or not, whether it’s on a smart contract or not, what matters is it’s an exchange.

Cohen’s statements refer to decentralized or blockchain-based cryptocurrency exchanges and ensuring that they comply with existing regulations. For the SEC, the crux of the matter revolves around operating unregistered exchanges.

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France Mulls Lowering Taxes on Bitcoin

France appears ready to consider giving Bitcoin owners in the country a tax cut. This move comes as regulators in the country wish to streamline all non-real estate-related tax requirements.

Tax Cut for Bitcoin ‘Hodlers’

According to Reuters, the lower House of Parliament in France is looking to cut taxes for Bitcoin owners. On Wednesday (November 7, 2018), the House’s Finance Commission adopted a reduction of the capital gain taxes on the sale of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. This move formed part of the Commission’s amendment to the country’s 2019 budget bill.

Based on this development the capital gains tax on cryptocurrency sales will drop from 36.2 percent to 30 percent. Thus, Bitcoin and other digital currencies will now be in the same tax bracket as other non-real estate assets.

The new tax provision hasn’t been passed into law. For now, it is merely a part of the amended 2019 budget bill. If the bill is passed into law, then the new tax percentage for cryptocurrencies in France becomes legally binding.

Apart from Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and cryptocurrency exchanges, taxation is another cardinal aspect of virtual currency regulation for many countries. However, not many have been able to create a clear regulatory framework for cryptocurrency taxes.

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These Three Companies Have Potential to Deliver Blockchain Services, Says JPMorgan

JPMorgan has listed three companies it believes are ideally positioned to deliver blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) to potential investors.

Full Faith in the Technology

The Wall Street bank is one finance institution that is embracing the blockchain.

Through its Interbank Information Network (IIN), JPMorgan is aiming to streamline the firm’s global payments process by reducing delays. In September, it was reported that the bank had attracted 76 banks to join its blockchain-based financial application.

Now, in its continued enthusiasm for the technology, it has listed three companies it believes will deliver blockchain-as-a-service to potential investors, reports CNBC.

In a note to clients, Sterling Auty, JPMorgan software equity research analyst, said:

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President Heine Believes China and Not Crypto Is Behind Her Vote of No Confidence in the Marshall Islands

President Heine of the Marshall Islands believes that cryptocurrencies aren’t the reason for her upcoming vote of no confidence, Chinese interference is.

Usually, when you put ‘crypto’ and ‘China’ in the same sentence, it’s not going to result in anything good. This seems to be the case for the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) and its president, Hilda Heine.

Live Bitcoin News recently reported that Heine will be subjected to a vote of no confidence come the 12th of November. This comes after eight senators accused Heine of tarnishing the reputation of the RMI with her proposed introduction of a state-backed virtual currency, the Sovereign (SOV).

Threat to Independence

However, according to The Guardian, Heine has now broken her silence and has said the vote has nothing to do with cryptocurrencies and more to do with Chinese interference.

It is reported that the remote coral atoll of Rongelap in the RMI has hopes of becoming a hub for foreign investors. In fact, the mayor of the atoll, James Matayoshi, attended the Asia World Expo in April to discuss plans for the redevelopment of the atoll, which was previously used as a nuclear testing site for the U.S. when the RMI was still under administration by the country.

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South Korean Exchange Pure Bit Exit Scams with $2.8 Million

In another incident of what appears to be an exit scam, a South Korean exchange that collected over $2.8 Million in an ICO has suddenly shut down.

One More Exit Scam

ICOs have become an easy way for fraudsters to rob gullible investors of their hard-earned money. The latest incident has been reported from South Korea where a cryptocurrency exchange Pure Bit has shut down overnight after raising over 13,000 Ethereum in an ICO.

At the current market value of Ether, the amount swindled works to around $2.8 Million.

The incident was reported by Techcrunch earlier today. According to the article, the project had committed to deliver their native “Pure Coin” to the investors.

According to Pure Bit model, token holders would receive a share of the profit generated, and a discounted fee would apply to them.

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Malicious Cryptocurrency Mining Malware Masks Itself as Windows Installation Files

Cryptocurrency mining does not benefit from the best of reputations. That is primarily due to the growing number of nefarious efforts involving this business model. A recent development shows malware capable of mining cryptocurrency is now targeting Windows users.

The Cryptocurrency Mining Malware Trend Continues

Over the past few months, various alerts pertaining to crypto mining have surfaced. All of these incidents revolve around criminals hijacking computers to mine Monero or other currencies. In a new spin on this attack, Windows users are being targeted on purpose. Cryptojacking, while a very worrisome trend already, is only growing into a bigger industry at this stage.

Trend Micro researchers have stumbled across a new development. Their study of malicious cryptocurrency mining highlights an emerging trend. By actively distributing Windows installation packages, criminals try to mask their nefarious intentions. Unlike other distribution methods, Windows Installer MSI files are perfectly legitimate. As such, they do not necessarily arouse suspicion immediately.

There is a lot more to this new malware distribution campaign. In the software “directory”, numerous files are added as a decoy. Anti-malware tools installed on a computer will be tricked into overlooking these files altogether. This is another example of how crafty criminals have gotten in recent years.

Addressing the Epidemic Remains a Problem

Another peculiar aspect of this new malware deserves to be highlighted. This new tool, dubbed CoinMiner, does not just engage in malicious cryptocurrency mining. It also has a self-destruct feature to mask its activity. If the malware is detected by any software solution, it will simply delete its own installation directory completely.

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Overstock and Bitsy to Launch Their Bitcoin Wallet Next Week

The beta version of the Bitsy Bitcoin wallet will be available to download, for free, from the 12th of November. The platform is owned by the bullish U.S. retailer, Overstock.

While initially making a name for themselves as an e-retailer, U.S.-based Overstock has shifted gears to focus more on blockchain technology and virtual currencies. Live Bitcoin News has previously reported that the company is aiming to spread the crypto love by allowing customers to buy virtual currencies through their site. This will open a new adoption avenue to all of the site’s consumers, some of whom might perhaps be unaware of virtual currencies or perhaps have limited knowledge of it.

Overstock Continues on Its Crypto Road

In order to do this, they’ve called on the assistance of Bitsy, an online crypto wallet. According to Crowdfund Insider, Bitsy is a portfolio company of Medici Ventures, which, in turn, is Overstock’s blockchain accelerator arm. The wallet will be available from the 12th of November and, conveniently, will be able to be downloaded from Apple’s App Store and Google Play for free.

Overstock’s CEO, Patrick M. Byrne, explained how Bitsy differs from more conventional wallets and also touched on his site’s plan for introducing crypto buying opportunities, saying:

Few people understand, however, that with conventional Bitcoin wallets, users do not have actual possession or control of the Bitcoins they buy: their wallet-provider owns the Bitcoin and provides a contractual claim to the consumer, who must then trust that corporation. This defeats the whole purpose of crypto. Bitsy wallets, on the other hand, allow users to possess and have complete control of their cryptocurrency without the risk of lost keys. This sets a new standard for digital wallets. We are excited to continue our cryptocurrency journey and integrate Bitsy’s technology with Overstock.com to offer bitcoin for sale directly from the retail site in the first half of 2019.

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China’s Central Bank Warns of Blockchain Bubbles

China’s position on cryptocurrencies remains unfazed as the country’s central bank released a paper which warns of bubbles in the industry and calls for the central government to sever its position even more.

Pressure on Cryptocurrencies Continues

After announcing that it intends to introduce regulations for blockchain censorship, China has taken yet another step to warn investors of the risks of cryptocurrencies.

The People’s Bank of China (PBoC) has released a paper called “What can a blockchain do and not do?” which reportedly calls on the central government to tighten its grip on the matter because of the contained financial risk. The paper reads:

Speculation, market manipulation, and even violations of laws and regulations are common, especially for token projects involving public offering transactions.

This is far from being the first warning from the PBoC on the risks of investing in cryptocurrencies. Back in September, the bank warned against fake digital currency schemes.

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Swiss Cyber Security Agency Warns About Trojan Attacks Against Crypto Exchanges

Cryptocurrency exchanges play a key role in this growing industry. They offer convenient access for buying or selling different digital assets. These platforms are also a prime target for hackers and criminals. Especially in Switzerland, the exchanges are being targeted in many different ways.

The Worrisome Situation for Exchanges

MELANI is one of Switzerland’s government agencies focusing on online security and research. Its most recent findings paint a rather worrisome outlook. The researchers note criminals show less interest in attack online banking services. While that is positive, the consequences of this decision are anything but. Their focus is now shifting toward cryptocurrency exchanges.

More specifically, the attack against exchanges is very different from what one may expect. Criminals are resorting to using existing Trojan Horses. These types of malware are designed to infiltrate computers, networks, and organizations. Dridex, a renowned e-banking Trojan, is now modified to target cryptocurrency trading platforms.

A similar trend becomes apparent when looking at Gozi. This malware has been around for nearly a full decade. It is still being updated to this very day, which is always problematic. For now, the malware is targeting exchanges dealing with crypto assets. Both Trojans seem intent on spreading themselves as quickly as possible. This is usually achieved through paid advertisements in popular search engines.

Other Problems Become Worse Over Time

Switzerland appears to be home to many different cryptocurrency-related criminal activities. Distribution of Trojan Horses is difficult enough to handle. There is also the rise of cryptojacking in the country. This trend is not unique to Switzerland by any means. A lot of countries around the world fall victim to an increase in illegal Monero mining.

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Bitcoin Pioneer Jeff Garzik Dishes on Giving Away $100 Million in BTC – and Who He Thinks Satoshi Might Really Be

One of Bitcoin’s leading developers, Jeff Garzik, has given away over $100 million in Bitcoin throughout the duration of his career, and he can’t help but look back on his actions with a smile on his face.

Who Is Jeff Garzik?

Garzik is widely considered to be the third-most influential developer on Bitcoin’s code after creator Satoshi Nakamoto and Gavin Andresen. He’s proud of Bitcoin and its legacy, though he admits it’s not what he envisioned it to be:

As a father, I enjoy watching my kids grow up, even as they make mistakes or grow in ways that I wouldn’t expect.

Why Give Away So Much Bitcoin?

To this day, Garzik has given away roughly $100 million in Bitcoin – based on current prices – for developer bounties to push work on the currency’s software. In all, he estimates he’s given away roughly 15,678 individual coins. He comments:

It was a question of whether this thing would survive at all, and there’s no question of that today.

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