Study Finds The Majority Of Bitcoin Trading Is A Hoax

While the price of bitcoin has come down a bit compared to its peak, it is still very lucrative and it’s not surprising that many out there want to get into it. However it seems that according to a report from Bitwise, many scammers are aware of this and are taking advantage of it by launching various bitcoin scams.


Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Come With Its Own Cryptocurrency Wallet

If you’re someone who is dabbling in cryptocurrency and have a few stashed away, then maybe the Samsung Galaxy S10 could be the phone for you. This is because Samsung has confirmed that the recently-announced Samsung Galaxy S10 will feature its own cryptocurrency wallet called the Samsung Blockchain Keystore.


HTC Exodus Blockchain Smartphone Can Now Be Bought With Real Money

Last year HTC announced the HTC Exodus, a blockchain smartphone. It seemed like a rather novel idea, and to make it even more novel, HTC later announced that customers could buy the phone using only cryptocurrency. However if you were interested in the handset but do not own cryptocurrency, you’re in luck.


New Galaxy S10 Leak Reveals Cryptocurrency Wallet Feature

We expect that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 will pack the latest hardware as far as flagship phones of 2019 are concerned. We believe that the phone might also come with new software features, such as improved camera software, but now it seems that Samsung could be trying their hand at supporting cryptocurrency.


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Facebook Could Be Developing Its Own Cryptocurrency For WhatsApp

If you’re looking to transfer money to friends or family members over mobile, there are several ways to go about doing that. There is PayPal, there is Venmo, there is Apple Pay, and so on. Now we have heard that WhatsApp has been working on a money transfer feature, and a report from Bloomberg has revealed that Facebook could be planning on using cryptocurrency to do so.


HTC Exodus Is A Blockchain-Powered Smartphone

Cryptocurrency is a big thing, so much so that we’re starting to see many mainstream tech companies get into it. Take for example Facebook who according to the latest rumors, might be developing their own cryptocurrency. Now it looks like HTC wants in on it as well and have teased an upcoming smartphone called the HTC Exodus.


Facebook Reportedly Planning Their Own Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin might be the most popular cryptocurrency at the moment, but it is definitely not the only one. There are plenty of different cryptocurrencies out there and now it looks like Facebook plans on launching their own. This is according to a report from Cheddar who claims that they have heard from sources regarding Facebook’s plans.


Redditors Will No Longer Be Able To Make Bitcoin Payments

Reddit was one of the earlier adopters of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. It allowed users to pay for premium membership by using Bitcoin, but it appears that is no longer an option as the company has recently disabled the option. The good news is that it is possible that this could be temporary.


New York Power Companies Can Charge Bitcoin Miners More

It is no secret that mining for cryptocurrency like Bitcoin will require a lot of electricity, which is why sometimes it has been suggested that sometimes it might not necessarily be worth all the energy and money spent setting up a mining rig as the operational costs could cost more. That being said, those in New York will soon have to start paying more.


Australian Juice Company To Giveaway Bitcoins In A Competition

Considering what bitcoin is worth, we’re sure that nobody would turn down owning one bitcoin, if not part of it. Now it seems that over in Australia, juice company Boost Juice have announced a competition in which they will be giving away four bitcoins over the next month to their customers.


Google Also Cracking Down On Ads Featuring Cryptocurrency

Recently it was announced that Facebook had started to ban ads about ICO and cryptocurrency, and it seems that they are not alone in this. Google is also said to be cracking down on similar ads, although in Google’s case it seems that they aren’t going to the extremes of banning ads like what Facebook is doing.


Kodak Claims 40,000 Investors Are Interested In Its Cryptocurrency

Kodak, a company that many probably associate with cameras and film, announced earlier this month that they would be launching their own cryptocurrency which seems to be the trend these days. Naturally many were skeptical given that the company’s core business seems to be in photography.


Chat App LINE To Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency Exchange In Japan

Chances are if you don’t live in Asia, the LINE messenger app might not be one that’s familiar to you, but over in Asia, especially in markets like Japan, Korea, and Thailand, the app is huge where there are actual cafes dedicated to the LINE characters that appear in the app as stickers and emoticons.


Even YouTube Served Ads That Hijacked CPUs To Mine Cryptocurrency

The use of cryptocurrency mining scripts is increasing, they enable website owners to mine digital currencies by effectively hijacking an unsuspecting visitor’s CPU resources. Popular websites like The Pirate Bay have resorted to this method in order to mine Monero, a popular cryptocurrency. One wouldn’t expect to see ads on YouTube that had hidden scripts for this very purpose but it turns out some bad actors even used the world’s […]