Browsing the "Reports" Tag

Cybercriminals Selling Hacked Fiat Money for Bitcoin at 10% of Its Value

| Daniel Palmer

Dark market sellers are offering fiat cash for bitcoin at heavily discounted prices, but there's a catch.

PwC Report Shows Major Growth in Crypto M&A in Asia and Europe

| Wolfie Zhao

Asia and Europe have surpassed the previously dominant role of the Americas in crypto fundraising, according to a new report from PwC.

North Korea Stole $2 Billion in Crypto and Fiat to Fund Weapons Programs

| Daniel Palmer

North Korea is funding its weapons of mass destruction via hacks of banks and crypto exchanges, says a confidential U.N. report.

Australian Crypto Scam Reports Rose Almost 200% in 2018

| Yogita Khatri

Australia saw a surge in reports of scams involving cryptocurrencies last year, according to the country's consumer watchdog.

Bond Rating Agency Moody’s Warns on Risks of Private Blockchains

| Anna Baydakova

Rating agency Moody's has warned of several risks of private, centralized blockchains in a report examining the tech's pros and cons.

EU Report: Blockchain Adoption Will Be Led by Permissioned Platforms

| Yogita Khatri

Blockchain adoption will be led by permissioned platforms focused on specific use cases or user bases, according to a new EU report.

Hong Kong Stock Exchange: Existing Laws Should Apply to Blockchain

| Yogita Khatri

A Hong Kong Stock Exchange research report proposes that blockchain-based financial activities should be governed under existing regulations.

EU Markets Regulator Budgets €1.1 Million to Monitor Cryptos, Fintech

| Daniel Palmer

The EU's financial markets watchdog is setting aside over €1 million in order to monitor cryptocurrencies and other fintech activities in 2019.

The US Should Take a ‘Leadership’ Role on Blockchain, IBM Report Argues

| Nikhilesh De

A new report by IBM claims that U.S.-based blockchain developers are looking to the government for leadership on building and deploying the tech.

Report Finds Cryptojacking Instances Jumped 400% In A Year

| Aditi Hudli

A report by a group of cybersecurity researchers found that cryptojacking instances jumped more than 400 percent in a year.