17th January 2020

JavaScript is disabled You need to enable JavaScript to use SoundCloud Show me how to enable it published on — Report: Crypto device market to grow by 7,700% in the next decade — Grayscale brought $600m from investors in 2019 — New SDK kits allow for private Zcash transactions on mobile — Gemini launches own…

16th January 2020

JavaScript is disabled You need to enable JavaScript to use SoundCloud Show me how to enable it published on — Sacramento Kings launch sports gear auction platform on the Ethereum blockchain — UN warns public of North Korean crypto conference — Banxa raises $2M — Blade removes monthly subscription fee for traders — Venezuelan president…

Remembering Tamas Blummer, Pioneering Bitcoin Developer

Tamas Blummer, a Bitcoin developer since 2012 and founder of several groundbreaking Bitcoin-focused projects, reportedly passed away on January 12, 2019, after a long fight with cancer. Among Blummer’s contributions to the Bitcoin ecosystem were Rust Bitcoin, a project focused on creating a Bitcoin network library written in the Rust programming language; CoinTerra, an early…

15th January 2020

JavaScript is disabled You need to enable JavaScript to use SoundCloud Show me how to enable it published on — A court filing claims Craig Wright has keys to $9.6bn in Bitcoin — Kraken acquires Bit Trade — Bitwise withdraws Bitcoin ETF proposal — Bitstamp and Silvergate Bank to pilot SEN Leverage — The FBI…

14th January 2020

JavaScript is disabled You need to enable JavaScript to use SoundCloud Show me how to enable it published on — Telegram ordered to release bank records to SEC — Upbit resumes ETH deposits and withdrawals — WisdomTree to launch US stablecoin — Visa to acquire Plaid for $5.3bn — CME launch Bitcoin futures options —…

Wasabi Wallet Launches #BitcoinIsSafe Campaign to Counter Erroneous Antivirus Detections

Recently, Wasabi Wallet users have reported multiple instances in which antivirus programs identify both Wasabi and the newly integrated Bitcoin Core as “system infections.” More specifically, the computer security algorithms for Avira, Bitdefender, Kaspersky and F-Secure (and many other antivirus softwares) confuse full Bitcoin nodes with unwanted cryptocurrency mining programs that run in computer backgrounds…