The creators of Australia's first cryptocurrency, Incent, have spoken frankly about the benefits of cryptocurrency, the loyalty program conundrum, global economics, esports, gaming and plenty more.
Chinese citizens will have to register for online services that utilise blockchain technology using their real names, with the government publishing draft regulations to this effect for public consultation.
Instances of cryptojacking — where malicious actors use either malware or scripts within a website to surreptitiously mine for cryptocurrencies — have shown a marked fall since a peak in December 2017, according to statistics collated by the US security firm Symantec.
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