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The SIM hack involves thieves taking control of a phone number and using it to get access to email accounts, bank holdings, and crypto wallets.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is trying to drum up support for the firm’s wild new currency by amping up worries of China’s financial domin...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has discussed the Libra cryptocurrency project at length in prepared remarks to the House Financial Services Committee.
A Republican senator just gave Libra its first voice of support in Congress after its rocky start with regulators and partners
Sen. Mike Rounds wrote in a letter that it was "profoundly disappointing" that other lawmakers responded so negatively to the cryptocurrency.
JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs reportedly rejected any involvement in Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency because of fears it would be used by criminals...
JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs join the list of potential backers who may have been scared off by Libra's critics.
Facebook’s blockchain boss David Marcus defends the feasibility of Libra after a quarter of its partners drop out
David Marcus says Libra is 'absolutely not' in jeopardy after a swathe of major firms abandoned the Libra Association in the past fortnight.
Bitcoin surged through the summer as geopolitical tensions and fears of recession sent investor capital to the popular cryptocurrency.
Blockchain startup Block.one settles with the SEC for $24 million over unregistered crypto offerings
The company neither admitted nor denied the agency's findings, and said it is "committed to ongoing collaboration with regulators and policy makers."
The Winklevoss twins say Wall Street is ‘asleep at the wheel’ with how it views bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies
Tyler Winklevoss said concerns around the illegal uses of digital currencies aren't "a unique problem to bitcoin or crypto."
"The recent Bitcoin rally strengthens the argument for Bitcoin as a store of value," wrote Ken Xuan, a data scientist at Fundstrat.
North Korean hackers reportedly stole $2 billion from banks and cryptocurrencies to build Kim Jong Un’s nuclear weapons
According to a UN report, North Korean cyber attacks skimmed $2 billion from banks and cryptocurrency exchanges to fund its weapons programs.