The crypto community is just not a friendly bunch; We like playing the guard at the gate There’s a contradiction at the heart of Asia’s cryptocurrency community that few people have acknowledged, much less addressed: While cryptocurrency enthusiasts want digital currencies to succeed, their behavior toward beginners — the people needed for any coin to […]
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SINGAPORE (Sept 25): Oxford Economics says there is little chance of a global recession next year given evidence on the ground of a major and sustained worldwide slowdown is still thin.
However, Oxford Economics has warned of a so-called “Bermuda Triangle” of interconnected risks that are at their highest since the Global Financial Crisis.
Monero developers have disclosed a major bug that could really have been nasty. Until now, attackers could have drained Monero from exchanges (or any organizational wallet), all for the cost of a few transaction fees. “A bug in the wallet software allowed a determined attacker to cause significant damage to organizations present in the Monero ecosystem with minimal cost,” declares the official statement. “The bug basically entails the wallet not providing a warning when it receives a burnt output. Therefore, a determined attacker could burn the funds of an organization’s wallet whilst merely losing network transaction fees.” Without getting too technical… This story continues at The Next Web