Litecoin Cash Allegedly the Latest Small-Cap Altcoin to Suffer 51 Percent Attack By. Josiah Wilmoth

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Retrieved from: https://www.ccn.com/litecoin-cash-latest-small-cap-altcoin-to-suffer-51-percent-attack/ With all the media coverage surrounding double spend attacks in recent weeks, it appears that one such exploit — a 51 percent attack on litecoin cash (LCC) — managed to slip through the cracks. Litecoin Cash Allegedly Hit by 51 Percent Attack The alleged incident appears to have occurred on May 30, when […]

Reddit to Re-Enable Bitcoin Payments, Ethereum and Litecoin Support Coming by. Vignesh Selvasundar

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Retrieved from: https://www.ccn.com/reddit-to-re-enable-bitcoin-payments-along-with-ethereum-and-litecoin/ Cryptocurrencies are set to make a comeback on Reddit. It is the largest community where cryptocurrency enthusiasts meet and discuss the technology. The Bitcoin subreddit has 816K subscribers, and Cryptocurrency subreddit has over 663K subscribers. But back in March, the platform disabled Bitcoin as a payment method for Reddit Gold after enabling it in February 2013. Reddit […]

This coal power plant is being reopened for blockchain mining

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Retrieved from https://www.cnet.com/news/australian-coal-power-plant-reopened-blockchain-bitcoin-applications/ The now shuttered coal-fired power station on Australia’s east coast will offer cheap power prices to blockchain operators. BY  CLAIRE REILLY Could old power stations be the future of bitcoin mining?Scott Barbour/Getty Images Sure, you could mine bitcoin on that old PC in your garage, or you could use a whole power station to do it. That’s […]

Vietnam’s Prime Minister to Strengthen Cryptocurrency Framework by. Kevin Helms

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Reproduced from news.bitcoin.com The Prime Minister of Vietnam has signed a directive for the country’s central bank and the Ministry of Finance to strengthen the management of cryptocurrency-related activities. This follows an alleged fraud involving a cryptocurrency that scammed 32,000 Vietnamese out of VNĐ15 trillion. Prime Minister’s Directive The Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has […]