Google’s Play Store has been caught hosting a malicious app that poses as MetaMask and looks to steal users’ cryptocurrency.
The app, uncovered by security researchers at ESET, is the first “clipper” malware to be found on the Play Store.
According to ESET this is the first time its seen cryptocurrency malware of this type on the Play Store, guess it’s just another we have to add to the list.
Israeli cryptocurrency entrepreneur Moshe Hogeg has responded to the recent lawsuit filed against him saying that “investors have no ownership rights in the cryptocurrency company they invest in,” The Times of Israel reports.
Research conducted by LongHash, has found that only 10 percent of Ethereum-based dapps have any daily active users.
Recent research from Hard Fork found just three of the top 50 dapps are based on the Ethereum platform.
SUBE cards can be topped-up online using a platform called Alto Viaje, which just so happens to have partnered with blockchain business-services provider, Bitex, which is facilitating the transactions.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is looking at various technologies to help secure the supply of drugs to pharmacies and hospitals, and blockchain is but one of them, Engadget reports.
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