Until recently, blockchains were seen as the “unhackable” technology powering and securing cryptocurrencies — but that’s no longer the case. Hackers have gotten away with nearly $2 billion worth of cryptocurrency since 2017, making use of unique vulnerabilities of blockchains, MIT Technology Review reports. In a latest attempt, a hacker was able to gain control […]
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