On Wednesday, July 15, 2020, several different high-profile Twitter accounts were nefariously accessed by Bitcoin scammers, including Apple's official account.
New Mac cryptominer malware, dubbed “mshelper,“ is in the news, with many affected customers flocking to Reddit and Apple Support Communities to gain more information and learn how to remove malicious code from an infected system.
Industry sources claim that Samsung Electronics recently signed a major chip-making deal with a Russian company called Baikal, which specializes in dedicated Bitcoin mining hardware.
Cryptocurrency is a hot commodity right now. If you’ve been itching to start mining some for yourself, then we have some good news for you.
Veteran jailbreak tweak developer Elias Limneos just launched a new free iOS app called MobileMiner, and it lets you mine Electroneum with the raw CPU power from your personal iPhone or iPad.
The price of Bitcoin has reached insanely ridiculous levels in the past few weeks, and no one knows exactly why. And as the popular blockchain cryptocurrency continues its surge, the Coinbase app for iPhone has now risen to the top of the free apps chart in App Store.
Apple can't make up its mind. Just months ago, it pulled all Bitcoin wallet apps from the App Store after enacting a policy against all apps using the virtual currency. Now, it has reversed that decision and is allowing apps based the virtual currency back into the App Store. As reported by The Next Web, at least one app has already made its return to the storefront. Take a look…
Apple on Thursday pulled from its App Store the last remaining Bitcoin wallet app that allowed transactions. Blockchain, the only Bitcoin trading and storage iOS app, has been downloaded 120,000 times. It can no longer be found on the App Store following the removal over an "unresolved issue".
Nicolas Cary, the CEO of London-based Blockchain.info which developed the app, told Bloomberg he didn't understand Apple's reasoning as his app's been on the App Store for two years.
Apple previously pulled Bitcoin-compatible apps from the App Store or asked their developers to remove the transfer feature because it's illegal in some countries...