Author: Eduardo Gómez

Venezuela’s Biggest Bitcoin Exchange Halts Operations

A series of raids and detentions ignited fear and anxiety in the Venezuelan bitcoin community. Yesterday, Surbitcoin – the country’s largest exchange – was forced to halt operations after Banesco, the exchange’s main bank partner, decided to close the company’s accounts. Turmoil brewed inside the local bitcoin community. Several police agencies in Venezuela made a series of raids across the country, the result: 10 citizens detained, and thousands of bitcoin mining …
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Top 5 Ways Hackers Can Attack You

Today an unmeasurable number of debates rise about the ways we can interact with technology in the years to come, and one of the topics is, precisely, security.  Many people think that only one person is capable of exploiting the flaws present in various types of systems, but it has been proven that those attackers almost always operate in close knit groups. In this article, we will present you the Top …
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Top 4 Operating Systems Used By Hackers

Since many decades ago, hackers have displayed great skills on very functional areas like programming languages, hardware, and software manipulation. Particularly in the ever-growing industry of telecommunications, and the Internet. These individuals have built their fame exploiting vulnerabilities in our systems. They are very skilled in the art of crafting viruses, spyware, and malware. In an era where we are continuously exposed to their attacks, it is always a good thing …
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Bitcoin Wallet Review – GreenAddress

One of the nuances of using bitcoin is that the user is responsible for the safety of their own money, as there is no central bank or authority to bail you out in the case you send coins to the wrong address. That’s why it is so important to choose the right software to handle your cryptocurrency holdings, in this article, we review the GreenAddress Bitcoin Wallet.  GreenAddress is a solution created …
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