Line, the Japanese messaging app firm that’s best known for its cutesy characters and stickers, is pushing deeper into crypto after it launched its own token to help grow its stagnant user base. Line went public two years ago with 218 million monthly active users, but it hasn’t been abl….
Facebook is invading the blockchain, but how. Back in May Facebook formed a cryptocurrency team to explore the possibilities, and today it removed a roadblock to revealing its secret plans. Former head of Messenger David Marcus who leads the Facebook Crypto team today announced he was stepping down….
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Facebook is reportedly launching a team dedicated to blockchain technology, which will be spearheaded by Messenger’s vice president David Marcus.
Viber may be treated like Telegram if security services are not able to obtain its encryption keys, Russia’s telecom minister said. The app offers end‐to‐end encryption and is the most popular messenger in several Eastern European countries..
A malicious Chrome extension discovered by Kaspersky Labs in August 2017 which targets cryptocurrency trading platforms has resurfaced with a spike in April 2018. The malware reportedly made attempts in a number of countries including Japan and South Korea..
Cryptocurrency service providers have been a prime target for criminals for as long as most people can remember. Most recently, security researchers came across FacexWorm, which targets cryptocurren
Exenium has garnered worldwide attention of late as their innovative new trading platform — a fully functional cryptocurrency exchange in a chat‐bot — has caught the interest of the entire crypto community..
Facebook Messenger is unlikely to adopt cryptocurrencies soon, says vice president of messaging David Marcus.