Tag: Multisignature

Parity Launches Temporary Site to Collect Addresses Affected by Freeze Exploit

The Ethereum community received a nasty surprise about 24 hours ago. More specifically, the Parity wallet was successfully exploited once again, causing half a million ETH to be frozen and rendered unusable. The company has since issued an official statement to clarify the situation and explain how it will move on from here. A special website will be launched to collect a list of people whose wallets have been affected by this exploit so far. Parity …
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Monero Price Rises to $100 Again in Wake of Multisignature News

Most altcoins have started to recover some of their recently lost value over the past 24 hours. Although most of the gains have been rather small, Monero has successfully bucked the trend. Thanks to a gain of US$12.38 over the past 24 hours, things are looking pretty solid for the Monero price. This increase is mainly driven by increased trading volume due to some recent technical developments. Monero Price Jump was to …
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Monero’s Multisignature Implementation Officially Enters Testing Phase

There are some interesting things in store for the Monero community. One of the things a lot of people are excited about is multisignature support. This feature has been in development for quite some time now, but a major breakthrough was achieved earlier this week. It appears the Monero multisignature implementation is currently being tested as we speak. A merge with the main code is imminent, although no official date has been …
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Kraken Ends Partnership With BitGo in Favor of “Alternative Solution”

There is no such thing as a boring day in the world of cryptocurrency. Kraken, one of the largest exchanges in Europe and the US, is phasing out BitGo integration. This is a rather worrisome development, considering BitGo is the leading industry provider of multisignature wallet solutions. Kraken claims to be moving to a completely different system altogether, although it remains to be seen if the company will be successful in doing so. …
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