The New York financial regulator has criticized the lack of leadership at Twitter which made it easier for the hackers to infiltrate the platform.
CEO Brian Armstrong said Coinbase would focus only on its core mission of developing the digital currency sector and infrastructure.
The FBI claims that yet another teenager may have been the second mastermind—this time a 16-year-old from Massachusetts.
A new Twetch feature will auto-twetch a post replied to on Twitter, and its feed on Twetch is a list of curated tweets from humans archived on the ledger.
This week saw Russia making moves to back digital currency, bringing further developments in the legal position in the country.
Florida resident Graham Ivan Clark is accused of being the ringleader of the recent hack of celebrity Twitter accounts.
56.5% of the BTC collected by hackers during the Twitter scam has been sent to ChipMixer and Wasabi Wallet, according to Elliptic.
Another busy week in the blockchain and digital currency space brings us a jam-packed CoinGeek Pulse, kicking off with the Twitter hack.
Rival business models are exploring microtransactions for consumer apps on Bitcoin SV as replacements for ‘surveillance capitalism.
The hackers were able to gain access to high-profile Twitter accounts, encouraging their followers to send BTC to the suspects.