Doncho Karaivanov is a Co-Founder and the Creative Director at The Chain Bulletin. Starting as a Software Engineer in 2011, he transitioned into creating his own digital marketing company in 2015. He first got involved with blockchain in 2013, helping run a small mining operation with a colleague. In 2017, along with 2 mates from Sofia University, he co-founded a small blockchain-based startup, focusing on user interface. While working there, the idea for The Chain Bulletin was born, which ultimately became the main focus of the startup.
- Satoshi used AnonymousSpeech.com's webmail client to send emails, making the timezone in the Date header field therein irrelevant.
- This time zone is naturally the same as the one in the Received header field of the same emails.
- Satoshi's Bitcointalk posts, SourceForge commits, and emails, lay out a clear activity pattern, which we plotted in different time zones.
- Other available data gave us clues that helped us determine, with reasonable confidence, where he lived.
- The crypto brokerage agency attributes the exponential growth to its "commission-free, easy to use platform".
- In an upcoming fintech conference, COO Gerard Hanshe and CEO Stephen Ehrlich will discuss trading tools and Voyager's future plans, respectively.
- Agents from IRS-CI used Chainalysis tools and managed to identify Individual X, from whom the funds were seized.
- The civil complaint is a mere standard procedure aiming to prove that the seized assets are subject to forfeiture.
- We now have the technology to immutably store and process data in a trustless environment, yet we still resort to paper ballots as the fundamental ingredient for elections.
- In a blockchain-enabled future, voting will be as simple as withdrawing money from an ATM, and processing election results will be finished in minutes.
- The report by Forbes Crypto alleges that Binance employed an elaborate scheme to circumvent US regulations by distracting them with the "Tai-Chi Entity".
- Binance CEO denied the accusations, stating that the article was FUD and that Binance had always operated within the boundaries of the law.
- The scheme promised "evidence that completely discredits mr trump" if people sent enough cryptocurrency to a designated Monero address.
- Another Monero address was available where people who didn't want the "evidence" to be released could send cryptocurrency.
- Only if we put ourselves in the shoes of the attacker can we find a possible angle of negotiation in a bid to recover more from the 13 million USDC and 11 million USDT that were profited from the arbitrage scheme.
- Although the Harvest Finance team has acted responsibly in the face of an unprecedented-to-the-project crisis, their bounty reward initiative is naive.
- An attacker managed to devise a scheme by which they were able to effectively steal $24 million in crypto assets using arbitrage between multiple DeFi platforms.
- After the exploit became known, TVL on Harvest Finance rapidly dropped as did the price of its native FARM token.