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Crypto Bigwigs Call to Boycott Bitcoin SV amid Lawsuit Controversy

Leading figures in the cryptocurrency industry have called to boycott Bitcoin SV, a blockchain project created by Dr. Craig S Wright.Crypto celebrities, including Morgan Creek’s co-founder Anthony Pompliano and celebrated bitcoin activist Charlie Shrem, requested exchanges to delist Bitcoin SV’s native token BSV. In his tweet published April 13, Shrem

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Redditors Call Out Reported Scam on Blockchain-Based Prediction Platform Augur

At least one scammer is reportedly gaming other users on the blockchain-powered event betting platform Augur by creating deliberately invalid markets, according to a Reddit thread published on March 20.Created by the non-profit Forecast Foundation, Augur is an Ethereum (ETH) mainnet-based predictions platform, which launched in July 2018. The

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Regulatory Bodies Call on Crypto Industry to Participate in Securities Law Review

Two national securities bodies in Canada have issued a joint consultation paper on March 14, aiming to gather industry feedback about cryptocurrency token regulation.In a summary press release about the paper, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) and Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) said it was necessary to

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Investors Won’t Call Bitcoin (BTC) Bottom, But Accumulating Crypto Now Still Works

The Elusive Bitcoin Bottom Bottom this. Bottom that. Since the value of cryptocurrencies began to stumble at the start of 2018, investors have done their utmost to find the optimal time to purchase Bitcoin (BTC). EmptyBeerBottle, a leading voice in the crypto community, however, claims that the “majority of people” will

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Vulnerability Is Found in Constantinople Hours After ETH Devs Call It ‘Least Eventful’ Hard Fork

Ethereum’s (ETH) Constantinople hard fork faces a delay over a newly discovered security vulnerability allowing a reentrancy attack. The critical issue was detected by smart contract audit firm ChainSecurity and reported in a blog post Jan. 15.According to the company’s report, the Constantinople upgrade introduces cheaper gas cost (transaction fees)

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