Copay and Bitpay Wallet Apps Were Infected With Malicious Code

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A developer has injected a piece of malicious code into the software used by the popular Copay and Bitpay wallets. The safety of the Bitcoin.com wallet was not compromised and the Bitpay app was not vulnerable to the attack, but Copay users need to take precautionary actions. Also Read: Chinese Startup Gets Crypto Custodial Services…

Major Venezuelan Department Store Chain Accepts Cryptocurrency

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The people of Venezuela have been forced to cope with an increasingly difficult economic situation in recent years. This has led to a loss of trust in government-issued fiat by the population in a way that many believe exemplifies the need for cryptocurrency. This may account for why a major Venezuelan department store chain accepts…

The Daily: AMD Takes a Hit, Johnny Depp and Wu-Tang Clan Enter the Cryptosphere

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Today’s edition of The Daily showcases the impact of cryptocurrencies on the computer hardware business and the entertainment industry. Weak demand for graphics processing units (GPUs) in the cryptocurrency mining industry has hurt the quarterly performance of Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD), while movie star Johnny Depp and hip-hop legends Wu-Tang Clan have separately become…

The Daily: Binance to Expand in Singapore, Uphold Launches Loan Service

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In today’s edition of The Daily, we look at a strategic investment that could help Binance to establish a fiat-to-crypto exchange in Singapore. We also focus on a new service that digital payments platform Uphold is launching to lend funds to its clients, as well as a cryptocurrency-backed prepaid card that’s coming to the U.S.…