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If Telegram Share Their Encryption Keys, Their App Will Be Available In Russia Once Again

Telegram, the ICO led social messaging app is current banned in Russia, although according to reports, this ban could soon be overturned if the company agree to share their encryption keys with law enforcement authorities in Russia. This comes as the Federal Security Service (FSB) have decided that they need to access encrypted messages in order to combat terrorism, though we can question if Telegram really is the arena of choice for terrorist communications. According to CCN: “Russia’s telecommunications watchdog said that it will consider reversing the ban on messaging service Telegram if the company submits to a court order...

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The New Project Inspiring Normal People To Open A Bitcoin Wallet And Start Saving

Cryptocurrency adoption will be impossible if normal people don’t have access to Bitcoin wallets and other crypto storage devices. Unlike FIAT, cryptocurrency can’t just be stored loose in a pocket or in your shoe. A new project however, by the name of Lolli is inspiring the general public to open a Bitcoin wallet, in order to start saving money, via their crypto cashback system, one that awards users for making online purchases, be repaying them in Bitcoin. It’s similar to the many online cashback services that we see today, but, it’s been designed to attract the lay user and to...

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John McAfee Keeps Denying That His Wallet Is Hackable, Despite It Being Hacked Again

It’s happened again, McAfee’s not-so-fortress of a wallet, BitFi has been hacked by another team of hackers who should now qualify for McAfee’s lesser not-bug-bounty of $10,000.00. We say not bug bounty, as McAfee claims that the reward he is offering to potential hackers is not a bug bounty, because the wallet is so secure and it has no bugs to exploit. All though, BitFi keeps getting hacked. As a matter of fact, one hacked, aged 15 even managed to install a fully working version of the video game ‘Doom’ on one. See our coverage of the Doom story, here....

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Trezor Announce New MetaMask Integration On Google Chrome Extension

MetaMask MetaMask brings cryptocurrency to your web browser. Via a Google Chrome or Brave extension, users of MetaMask are able to run Ethereum based decentralised apps, without the inconvenience of running a full Ethereum node. Because of this, MetaMask is secure and ultra accessible. Its ease of use is proving its worth, making MetaMask one of the most popular blockchain browser extensions available, with 1,174,535 users on Google Chrome alone. Trezor Trezor is a cold storage solution for cryptocurrency assets. It’s a hardware wallet designed with transparency in mind, that uses a simple and easy to use interface. A built...

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McAfee’s Unhackable Wallet Has More Use As A Games Console It Seems

In recognition of @Bitfi6 and @officialmcafee and their prestigious @PwnieAwards accolades, we'd like to show you @spudowiar playing DooM on his #BitFi secure wallet! Congratulations! pic.twitter.com/50qZZu1MnF — Abe Snowman (@AbeSnowman) 9 August 2018 Remember how John McAfee created a cryptocurrency wallet that had ‘proven’ to be totally unhackable, so much so, he challenged the greatest minds in crypto to try and gain access to it? Named BitFi, the wallet claimed to be an absolute game changer in crypto wallet technology, providing the world’s first totally secure storage solution. McAfee even offered a huge reward to anyone who could successfully extract...

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