The value of bitcoin is likely to fall in coming days after Tesla owner Elon Musk announced on Thursday that the electric car manufacturer would no longer use the digital currency in its transactions.
The surge in bitcoin use has seen the demand from customers wishing to be paid in alternative, digital currencies, says CarBuyers. Seizing this opportunity, Australia’s “first online car buying and selling marketplace” now offers payment in bitcoin in exchange for customers’ second-hand cars.
Avast has identified a “new cryptocurrency-stealing malware” that steals cryptocurrency wallet addresses and “redirects the transactions by replacing the recipients’ crypto wallet addresses with its own.” According to Avast, the malware has stolen US$560, 000 from users since November 2018.
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