Hackers steal as much as 10 percent of new cryptocurrency funds

Whenever a new cryptocurrency is launched, it usually goes through an initial coin offer where investors are brought in to get it off the ground. As much as 10 percent of those funds though, are being stolen by hackers.

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UK battles counterfeiters, launches ‘most secure coin in the world’

The U.K.’s Royal Mint has released what it describes as the “most secure coin in the world.” The bimetallic £1 coin, which entered into circulation Tuesday, boasts a hologram-style image, micro lettering and a “hidden security feature” designed to beat counterfeiters.

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The Flip Side of the Shiny Internet Coin


There are two sides to every coin — a good side and a bad side. One side helps you and the other side hurts you. The Internet is a great example: The good side lets you learn anything, about anything, anytime, any place. The bad side targets you with scams. They are running rampant, and there is not a damn thing we can do about it.
Have you recently received a call from someone claiming to be from Microsoft offering to help you with Windows? These callers typically are very nice. All they want to do is chat and help you.

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Coin 2.0 credit card replacement announced with NFC tap-to-pay, free for existing Coin users

Just after the Coin credit card replacement began shipping to early adopters, the company has announced a new next-generation model with a number of changes, including support for NFC tap-to-pay functionality, available for preorder now, and as a free upgrade for existing users.

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Coin 2.0 credit card replacement announced with NFC tap-to-pay, free for existing Coin users

Just after the Coin credit card replacement began shipping to early adopters, the company has announced a new next-generation model with a number of changes, including support for NFC tap-to-pay functionality, available for preorder now, and as a free upgrade for existing users.

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First look: Coin 'smart' iOS-connected credit card

After monumental delays, the Coin “smart” credit card finally started shipping out to customers in April, offering users the flexibility of carrying up to eight swipeable credit, debit a rewards cards that — for now — are accepted at more locations than touchless NFC solutions like Apple Pay.

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Coin 'connected credit card' for Apple's iOS devices delays launch to 2015

The makers of Coin — a Bluetooth-enabled “connected card” designed to allow users to store magnetic stripe information for multiple credit and debit cards on a single device — on Friday announced that they would delay a full launch until next year, but would begin sending out 10,000 “beta” units to pre-order customers sooner.



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