Major hacks in play-to-earn crypto games a ‘matter of time’ — Report

“Unsatisfactory” cybersecurity measures among play-to-earn (P2E) crypto games pose a great risk to GameFi projects and their gamers alike, warns blockchain cybersecurity auditor Hacken. In an Aug. 1 report shared with Cointelegraph, Hacken said that data indicates that Gaming Finance (GameFi) projects, the category which P2E games would fall under, often “put profits above security” … Read more

US Senate Bill Proposes to Empower CFTC to Oversight Tokens & Digital Assets

On Wednesday, a group of Democratic and Republican members on the Senate Agriculture Committee introduced a bill that aims to give the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) authority over the markets for Bitcoin and Ether, as well as any other digital assets that are considered to be commodities. Senators who sponsored the bill include U.S … Read more

Bitcoin And Freedom Or International Communism – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Justin O’Connell is an author and founder of and a contributor for Bitcoin Magazine. Socialist regulators worldwide wish to curtail Bitcoin’s consensus method: proof of work. They are cardholders of an environmental, social and governance (ESG) cult, seeking carbon neutrality per the Paris Agreement, which was signed in … Read more

Cloned BAYC NFT Emerges through Google AI Technology

Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) Non-Fungible Token (NFT) collection has been cloned using an Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology. The new collection, dubbed the Antsy Monke, was generated using Google’s collaborative Notebook platform Colab and combined with their powerful Cloud Computing service. The Artsy Monke collection has its own unique theme, and it was built upon … Read more

Winnipeg police get provincial funding to beef blockchain forensics unit

Police in Winnipeg, the capital of the Canadian province of Manitoba, will be better prepared to deal with the use of cryptocurrency in cybercrime, thanks to $100,000 Canadian Dollars (CAD) in funding provided by the provincial government. Provincial Justice Minister Kevin Goertzen on Aug. 3 said the money from the Criminal Property Forfeiture Fund will … Read more