Tag Archives: Twitter

16Mar/20

Crypto Analyst Accused of Photoshopping Trade Screenshots

A crypto market analyst with more than 63,000 followers has come under fire for allegedly photoshopping numerous screenshots to give the impression that his trades were more successful than they actually were. Read More…

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20Aug/19

Square Crypto Hires Blockstream Co-Founder, Open Source Bitcoin Dev

Square Crypto, the cryptocurrency-focused branch of mobile payment company Square, has hired Blockstream co-founder and Bitcoin (BTC) developer Matt Corallo. Square Crypto announced the news in an official Twitter post on Aug.Read More…

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02Aug/19

Blockchain Browser Brave Launches Token Tipping Service for Twitter Users

The blockchain-based decentralized internet browser Brave now allows Twitter users to tip content creators with its native Basic Attention Tokens (BAT). Brave discussed the public launch of its token tipping service inRead More…

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14Jun/19

Jack Dorsey Expects Crypto, Blockchain to Be a ‘Secular Trend’ in Finance

Jack Dorsey is all in on bitcoin. The tech entrepreneur, who is at the helm of both Twitter and Square, recognizes that cryptocurrency and the blockchain will become a “secular trend” inRead More…

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06Jun/19

Beware: Cryptohopper Clone Spreads Trojans Through New Malware Campaign

Twitter user and malware researcher Fumik0_ has discovered a new website that spreads cryptocurrency malware, according to a report by Bleeping Computer on June 5. According to the report, the host forRead More…

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24May/19

Lightning App for Sending Bitcoin Tips on Twitter Is Now Easier to Use

A Twitter app for tipping by way of bitcoin’s experimental lightning network is now easier to use thanks to a new update. Launched earlier this year, Tippin.me took Twitter’s crypto community byRead More…

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10May/19

Crypto Heresy: Question Blockstream on Twitter and You’ll Be Blocked

Crypto Twitter (CT) is a grueling battleground between digital currency enthusiasts, company executives, maximalists, journalists, lawyers, and so-called thought leaders and luminaries. For instance, on May 8, reporter Larry Cermak posted dataRead More…

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