Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Sells His Bitcoin Stash, Coincheck to Reimburse $425 Million to Users Affected by Hack and more!
Japanese crypto exchange Coincheck announced that it would reimburse roughly $425 million to its users affected by the recent hack.
US cybersecurity firm Recorded Future has released a new report linking Lazarus, a North Korean hacking group, to various South Korean cryptocurrency exchange hacking attacks and security breaches.
Another case of “cryptojacking” was detected on YouTube and resolved by Google over the course of this week, Ars Technica reported Friday, Jan. 26.
In a Q&A session with American author Seth Godin, Wozniak said: “I don’t want to be one of those people who just watches the numbers.”
Shultz does not, believe that bitcoin will play a role in this strategy, remarking that he didn't believe the original cryptocurrency would "be a currency today or in the future."
Bitcoin futures have not made an immediate impact on the market as of yet. That situation may come to change a lot sooner than people realize. Multiple hedge funds are currently looking at these futures contracts in a positive light.