The website destined for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was attacked by crypto hackers and, without a doubt, it is the most interesting news of today.
Crypto hackers vandalize Trump’s website
The US presidential elections have created uncertainty in the markets and we have witnessed it. Today it was reported by various media and subsequently confirmed that Donald Trump’s website was hacked yesterday.
It all happened after 7pm EST on Tuesday. Several users on social networks began to report what was happening.
The crypto hackers used the website to deliver a clear message: ‘This website has been seized. The world got tired of the fake news spread daily by President Donald J Trump. They even used replica stamps from the Department of Justice and the FBI!
Likewise, the crypto hackers claimed to have privileged and sensitive information regarding Trump and, along with it, they provided two Monero addresses. You are probably wondering what crypto addresses are for.
Well, the crypto hackers asked readers if sensitive information should be shared with the world. Therefore, to vote you should send Monero to a “Yes” address or a “No” address.
Pact to increase institutional adoption in crypto
KPMG announced a “strategic alliance” with crypto data firm Coin Metrics with the aim of “Support growth in institutional adoption of crypto assets and public blockchains.”
Therefore, the alliance is focused on combining Coin Metrics’ institutional data products with KPMG Chain Fusion.
“The integration of Coin Metrics’ Atlas and Farum products and KPMG Chain Fusion provides a reliable foundation for digital asset adoption,” said Sal Ternullo, co-director of KPMG Cryptoasset Service.
How many Bitcoins does the CEO of MicroStrategy own?
It is worth remembering that MicroStrategy is a technology company that has invested $ 425 million in Bitcoin. So Michael Saylor, CEO of the company, reported today on Twitter that he has 17,732 BTC.
“I personally #hodl 17,732 BTC which I bought at $ 9,882 each on average”, he pointed in the tweet. He also notified the company that he had that amount of Bitcoin before the big investment.
Coinbase crypto debit card expands
Coinbase announced today that it would be expanding its crypto debit card to the United States. Yes, as of today your customers in the United States will be able to subscribe to a waiting list for their crypto Visa debit card.
Recall that the Coinbase crypto card was initially launched in the UK and subsequently expanded to Europe.
Bitcoin? Too volatile!
Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga pointed out at the Fortune Global Forum conference that Bitcoin is too volatile to be useful for the unbanked.
Consequently, Banga does not consider Bitcoin to be the best crypto tool to promote financial inclusion.
In a few lines …
- Samson Mow, the crypto analyst, explained that all the signs in the financial world indicate that the time for Bitcoin has finally come.
- Bitcoin’s crypto transaction fees have risen and concerned the community.
- ConsenSys published a report where it pointed out that the launch of Ethereum 2.0 could be interrupted by DeFi, being more profitable crypto.
- Bitwise, the crypto management company, have USD 100 million in assets under management.