The Dark Side of Blockchain: Creepy Wagers on Augur
Augur, one of the first blockchain-based prediction marketplaces, features some of the weirdest and most outrageous betting events in the world. Celebrity and presidential deaths, mass shootings, terrorism, and viral outbreaks are just some of the examples of the kind of topics being wagered on Augur.
Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash Used on the Dark Web to Buy Stolen Facebook Accounts
The Independent, a media news site, reported Sept. 29 that Facebook, the world’s largest social media network, discovered another embarrassing hack in mid-September, just a few months after the infamous Cambridge Analytica scandal. The hackers exploited a bug in the social media’s “View As” feature, and 50 million accounts have been compromised. As in most cases, […]
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Hacked Facebook Accounts Were Being Sold For Cryptocurrency Via the Dark Web
Compromised Facebook accounts were being sold via the dark web for cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, bitcoin cash, and privacy-oriented monero. Although the listing appears to have been removed now, the seller may have been selling some of the large number of recently hacked Facebook accounts. The estimated value of the 50 million hacked Facebook accounts is around $150 million to $600 million.
Hackers sell stolen Facebook Data on the Dark Web for BTC & BCH
The notorious dark web has always being a treasure of stolen information. Some of the most popular forms of data traded on the dark web are credit card information, details of social media accounts etc. A few days after Facebook announced a breach in its social network, a fresh batch of Facebook data was available … Continue reading Hackers sell stolen Facebook Data on the Dark Web for BTC & BCH
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Stolen Facebook Accounts Being Sold on Dark Web for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash
The dark web is a treasure trove of stolen information. Popular data being sold includes credit cards, social media accounts, and so forth. A fresh batch of stolen Facebook credentials hit the dark web days after the social network made the breach public. As is usually the case, Bitcoin (and Bitcoin Cash) payments are accepted...
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Crypto Dark Pools Protect Against Volatility and Cannonballs
The crypto markets are taking time to recover. Although the total market cap is still above the prized $200bn mark – and has been now for over two weeks – $20bn is not a comfortable margin. One bad day, or a mass sell-off, could send prices spiralling, leaving frustrated traders and demoralized investors in its […]
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