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Twitter will clean up inactive accounts, with Hal Finney an exception

Twitter is preparing a large-scale cleanup of inactive accounts. The cryptocurrency community has called on the company to keep the accounts of legendary programmer and early Bitcoin adopter Hal Finney. Finney died of chilling in 2014, and his last Twitter stayed on September 15, 2010. Some Twitter accounts are worth keeping Twitter announced that it […]

Why is DeFi the second breakthrough in crypto history?

Source: Blue Fox Notes If counting from Bitcoin, the development of blockchain has been more than ten years. In addition to bitcoin's earth-shattering shock, the latest real turning point in blockchain is the birth of smart contract platforms. Smart contract platforms have brought new species, and currently the most important are financial and gaming. The […]

Is a hardware wallet that uses Bluetooth to transfer data safe?

Author: Cobo Vault security trainee In August 2019, CVE (Common Vulnerabilities & Exposures, Common Vulnerabilities and Disclosures) updated a Bluetooth vulnerability KNOB (Key-Negotiation-of-Bluetooth) code-named CVE-2019-9506, with a CVSS score of 9.3. The vulnerability was discovered by researcher Daniele Antonioli of Singapore SUTD, Dr. Nils Ole Tippenhauer of CISPA, Germany, and Professor Kasper Rasmussen of University […]

European Central Bank board member: Globally stablecoin untested, may trigger risks in multiple policy areas

According to recent foreign media news, Benoit Coeure, a member of the European Central Bank (ECB) board, warned that global stablecoins are still untested and may cause potential risks in multiple policy areas. Image source: Pixabay European Central Bank Executive Committee member Coeure spoke at the joint meeting of the European Central Bank and the […]