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According to the Taproot Activation web page, three more mining pools are now signalling support for the much-anticipated Bitcoin network improvement. The three pools are F2Pool, AntPool, and Luxor, and they bring the network hashrate's estimated support for Taproot to roughly 54%, according to data from BTC.com.
According to CoinDesk, Binance Holdings Limited, which is a legal entity behind cryptocurrency exchange Binance, filed a lawsuit against Forbes Media LLC and two journalists. The lawsuit is focused around a Forbes article from last month that detailed a document pointing to Binance's alleged plans to avoid various regulations in the United States.
Over at ZeroHedge, a note from Deutsche Bank Research Strategist Jim Reid stated more investors are starting to see bitcoin as a credible asset to buy and hold. "There also seems to be an increasing demand to use Bitcoin where Gold used to be used to hedge Dollar risk, inflation and other things," added Reid.
According to a Google company blog post, Android users who use the Messages app for texting will soon have access to end-to-end encryption for one-on-one chats. The new feature will roll out to beta testers starting this month.
According to BleepingComputer, the Egregor ransomware includes a script that tells all available printers to print out physical ransom notes.
According to Chinese crypto reporter Wu Blockchain, OKEx plans to enable withdrawals from the cryptocurrency exchange on November 27th, which is next Friday. OKEx withdrawals stopped over a month ago after after founder Star Xu, who holds a necessary private key to enable withdrawals, was taken away by Chinese police to assist with an investigation...
According to a blog post from Liquid CEO Mike Kayamori, the cryptocurrency exchange experienced a security incident on November 13, 2020. During the incident, Liquid believes the attacker was able to obtain some personal data, such as names and addresses, of Liquid customers.
According to a paywalled report in Wired, anti-tracking browser extension Ghostery is working on their own privacy-focused browser and ad-free search engine.
According to The Irish Times, a 21-year old man in Ireland received a three-year sentence for his role in SIM swap attacks that led to the theft of cryptocurrency.
Poker site is doing $100 million in bitcoin payouts per month, Taproot support above 50% of network hashrate, and Deutsche Bank research strategist sees more investors viewing bitcoin as credible asset.
Bank of England chief economist describes dystopian financial system of the future, 2nd richest man in Mexico touts bitcoin, and Jamie Dimon's bitcoin tune slightly changes.
7 fiat currencies have annual inflation rates above 100%, federal bank regulator sees offshore bitcoin as national security risk, and a 3rd mining pool declares support for Taproot.
2nd largest bitcoin mining pool begins push for Taproot and Apple faces legal complaints for tracking users.
A newly-elected US Senator says bitcoin is a good store of value and Ethereum DeFi project attacked for $6 million.
Biggest bank in Belarus launches bitcoin exchange service, Russian Ministry of Finance wants prison time for unreported Bitcoin transactions, and Ethereum could have accidentally hard forked a second time.
Bitcoin experiences a 2-block chain split and CoinDesk takes a closer look at the Cred bankruptcy scandal.
Ethereum accidentally forks itself and a bitcoin mining pool plans to censor transactions.
Bitcoin on Ethereum continues to grow despite DeFi slump and Google Drive may add native file decryption.
Binance tells US-based users to withdraw funds and another legendary investor backs bitcoin.