Bitcoin Ordinals Marketplace Ordswap Hit With Phishing Attack

Unfortunately, it appears that the Bitcoin-based marketplace Ordswap has been targeted by a phishing attack. This attack has reportedly allowed malicious actors to gain access to user accounts, potentially stealing funds in the process. The Ordswap team has advised users to secure their accounts and change their passwords, and are working to investigate the incident […]Read More

Biden decries ‘evil’ Hamas attack, says Americans being held hostage

overseas Vice President Joe Biden has strongly condemned what he called the “evil” of the Hamas attack and stated that he stands with the victims, victims’ families, and the people of Israel as they endure the continued assault on their homeland. He expressed his deep concerns for the safety of Americans being held hostage overseas […]Read More

Cyberattack cost MGM Resorts about $100 million, Las Vegas company

According to a report by Bloomberg, MGM Resorts International suffered a massive cyberattack in July 2020 costing the company an estimated $100 million. The attack was first detected in July and was determined to have occurred in June. MGM Resorts has said that the attack involved malicious software that accessed the company’s corporate network. The […]Read More

Former Colombian President Ivan Duque calls for US to take

Former Colombian President Ivan Duque has called on the United States to take a more proactive role in Latin America. Duque, who was President of Colombia between 2018 and 2021, believes that the U.S. should play a more prominent role in setting a global example and in political and economic issues. He also believes that […]Read More

Breaking: Bitstamp Resumes XRP Trading After Temporary Suspension

Bitstamp, one of Europe’s leading cryptocurrency exchanges, has resumed trading of XRP after a brief suspension due to “potential market instability”. The temporary suspension was announced earlier today, citing “emerging security concerns” as the reason for the pause. The exchange stated that it had taken all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of its customers […]Read More

Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan host 2024 candidates at influential

Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan recently hosted a donor summit in Salt Lake City to introduce 2024 presidential hopefuls and gauge the support of influential Republican donors. The summit included Republican Governor Larry Hogan of Maryland, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, former Ohio Governor John Kasich, and former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld. Romney and Ryan […]Read More

More than 75,000 workers to strike at hundreds of Kaiser

The National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW) announced late last week that 75,000 members of its union will go on a five-day strike at hundreds of Kaiser Permanente facilities across the United States beginning February 11th, in response to the company’s failure to reach a labor agreement with the union. The strike will affect over […]Read More

Israel launches massive airstrikes on downtown Gaza City, Netanyahu says:

We are deeply concerned by the reports of intensifying air strikes against Gaza City. This violence and destruction cannot be the answer to the cycle of extremism that plagues the region. We urge all sides to exercise maximum restraint and respect international humanitarian law. All parties must take tangible steps, without delay, to ensure a […]Read More

Binance, OKX Adjust Crypto Operations to Comply With UK FCA’s

Binance and OKEx, two of the largest crypto exchanges in the world, have both made adjustments to their operations to comply with the new regulations imposed by the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The FCA recently released new rules for crypto-asset businesses which came into effect on Jan 10, 2021. The new regulations apply to […]Read More

Vietnam tried to hack U.S. officials, CNN with posts on

According to a report from Reuters, Vietnamese hackers have been targeting U.S. officials, including members of Congress, and occasionally members of the media, in a bid to influence domestic politics and policy. The Obama-era investigation uncovered a series of posts by the group on Twitter, Facebook, and Xanga, a now-defunct social networking site. The posts, […]Read More