A Windows trojan known as CryptoShuffler steals cryptocurrencies using a very simple mechanism: it replaces any cryptocurrency wallet address on a user's clipboard with one of its own.
Mobile malware that mines for cryptocurrencies has been found in apps that are available on Google Play, the security firm Trend Micro reports.
Australian blockchain payment company BitPOS has launched its own bitcoin ATM in Sydney powered by its own software platform and the BitPOS ID system.
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