Incidents where malicious insiders scam incautious victims are on the rise
Governance of decentralised systems is an unlikely 'hot' area for researchers, technologists and lawmakers alike
Code of around 400 GitHub repositories removed by hackers and held for payment of 0.1 Bitcoin
Cyber-attacks by North Korea-linked groups have grown in scale and sophistication over the past three years
Attackers took advantage of 'replace by fee' feature that makes 'stuck' transaction become 'unstuck'
One, single Bitcoin transaction could provide electricity to a British home for a month
Ransomware disables critical apps, as well as files, forcing victims to pay-up or reinstall
Awareness of ransomware and rise in price of cryptocurrencies has caused the change, says Skybox Security
Electricity consumption doubled in the last six months with the trajectory likely to continue, says PwC economist
Bill Gates becomes the latest billionaire to slam cryptocurrencies - calling them deadly
Social payments company plans to turn Poloniex into a 'robust multi-sided distributed marketplace'
High-end GPUs have become increasingly hard to buy, say astronomers
Lazarus Group has returned to shakedown Bitcoin miners and users, according to McAfee
Miners fleeing from China, following crackdown, to Iceland for low-cost energy
Low fixed costs from geothermal energy has made Iceland a haven for cryptocurrency mining - which the country may struggle to satisfy
ICO website taken down after it was found to have been breached, and infecting visitors' computers with malware
Hackers are using bots and location spoofing tools to target crypto exchanges
South Korea points finger of blame for Coincheck hack on North Korea
Pay up or the documents get it, threatens new Russian ransomware
Japanese authorities warned Coincheck about serious security flaws before thieves stole $530 million
Coincheck was aware of security flaws before cyber crooks ran away with hundreds of millions in digital cash
Coincheck was aware of security flaws before $530m cyber heist
South Korea pulls back on plan to ban cryptocurrency trading despite uncovering $600m in "illegal trades"
"No intention" to ban or "suppress" cryptocurrency market, says finance minister Kim Dong-yeon
Social network looks to crack down on deceptive marketing activity
'No intention to ban or suppress cryptocurrency market'