Google has taken down another batch of fake digital currency wallets from its Chrome Web Store. The wallets have been tricking users and stealing their tokens.
Google has refused to accept ads from CoinCorner exchange for years, but in a cruel twist, it has been promoting an ad for a clone of the British exchange.
The malicious third-party extensions include those impersonating existing digital currency brands, such as Ledger, Trezor and Electrum.
A malicious Chrome extension that falsely claims to be from the Ledger hardware wallet has been found to steal from its users. One victim lost $19,000.
Coinbase is set remove its DApp from Apple’s App Store, the exchange revealed citing Apple’s policies.
Google has banned MetaMask, an Ethereum wallet from its Play Store, saying that it doesn’t support crypto mining apps. MetaMask has appealed to no avail.
Google removed cryptocurrency videos from YouTube, leaving many in the crypto sector feeling unfairly targeted by the tech giant's actions.
Although Google wants to say that Quantum Computers are already here, they are nowhere near close to any real application.
A new malware takes control of Android phones, and uses all sorts of inventive techniques of stealing a victims crypto.
Google has teamed up with Chainlink to build a blockchain project capable of bridging their services.