Bitcoin’s Offspring Is the New Kid on the iGaming Block

“poker_gamble_chips_gaming_roulette_casin” (CC BY 2.0) by Casinolobby.dk For longstanding critics, bitcoin as a currency has had its day. Following its dramatic rise in 2017 to a value of $20,000 per coin, the market has been spooked in 2018. Following ad bans by Twitter and regulatory moves and security concerns, the price of a single bitcoin was as low as $8,000 by the close of March 2018. However, while the coin itself may have had its issues of late, one…

SOLVED: How to Protect Yourself from Scams when Buying Bitcoins

The Bitcoin market isn’t going anywhere. The undisputed current champion of cryptocurrency has been the biggest name in this burgeoning form of finance for a while now and appears poised to carry this legacy into the future. As with any market, especially one based on finance, there is a not-inconsiderable amount of danger when it comes to the protecting both yourself and your investment from thieves, however. This is an especially big threat when it…

SOLVED: What is CRYPTO-JACKING?

Crytojacking may sound like a method of extorting money by encrypting files against someones will and then charging them for the decryption key.  However it is not. Cryptojacking is using unsuspecting peoples devices to cyrptomine (compute solutions to make new cryptocurrency), like Bitcoin. Can Cells and Tablets be CryptoJacked? When we say devices, we mean all devices with a processor, including low power devices like tablets and cell phones.  If you know anything about cryptomining…