Cyber Security

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Part of the power and promise of Web 3.0 is the concept of decentralization, the ability to transact without the need for a central authority or an intermediary such as a bank or centralized exchange. While the idea of decentralization is quite easy to understand, the devil is in the details. Continue Reading →

Ukraine Using Telegram

As Russian troops surround Kyiv, millions of Ukrainians have relied on Telegram to receive government information. Why Telegram? There was an official Ukrainian COVID information Telegram channel @COVID19_Ukraine, and when war broke out, its members voted to have the channel refocus on real-time war news. The channel is now called @UkraineNOW. Continue Reading →
The U.S. Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control is set to issue new rules to restrict financial transactions to enforce existing sanctions against Russia. The rules, dubbed the Russian Harmful Foreign Activities Sanctions Regulations, take aim at “deceptive or structured transactions or dealings to circumvent any United States sanctions, including through the use of digital currencies or assets or the use of physical assets.” Continue Reading →

Ukraine DeFi

First, my heart goes out to the people of the Ukraine and to the innocent victims of Russia's brutal attack. The people of Ukraine are fighting for their lives. Hopefully, the international community will figure out a way to get Russia to stand down. Continue Reading →

$1.7M of NFTs on OpenSea GG

This past Saturday, hackers socially engineered approximately 32 OpenSea users into signing incomplete contracts and stole 254 NFTs. Although it was a phishing attack, it caused a bit of a panic.  Continue Reading →
The FDA has approved the first smartphone app to control insulin delivery. The app from Tandem Diabetes Care allows the user to wirelessly control the company's t:slim X2 insulin pump. It is the first app of its kind to be cleared by the FDA. Continue Reading →
Officials seized more than 94,000 bitcoin from Ilya Lichtenstein, 34, and his wife, Heather Morgan, 31, who are accused of conspiracy to launder, not of actually hacking 119,000 BTC from Hong Kong's Bitfinex exchange back in 2016. Continue Reading →
Meta announced "Personal Boundary" for Horizon Worlds and Horizon Venues, which "prevents avatars from coming within a set distance of each other, creating more personal space for people and making it easier to avoid unwanted interactions." Continue Reading →

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