Canadian Woman Loses $48,000 To BTC ATM Scam | Coindelite News
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Canadian Woman Loses $48,000 To BTC ATM Scam

A Canadian woman lost 62,500 Canadian dollars ($48,125) due to a Bitcoin ATM Scam. The victim claims that she sent money to a scammer through a Bitcoin ATM. The women have filed a case against the ATM provider Instacoin ATM Canada Inc. Charlottetown Provincial Court, Canada has taken up the …

Scammers Use Crypto ATMs To Dupe Victims | Coindelite News
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Scammers Use Crypto ATMs To Dupe Victims

There have been numerous cryptocurrency scams taking place in Australia. It is reported that the perpetrators have been asking crypto holders to deposit funds from nearby digital currency ATMs. Reports say that the criminals are targeting newly-arrived migrants. Because these migrants are not familiar with navigating the foreign system of …

OKCoin CEO Helps Chinese Police in Investigation | Coindelite News
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OKCoin CEO Helps Chinese Police in Investigation

Chinese cryptocurrency exchanges OKCoin and OKEx’s CEO, Star Xu is in police custody for an investigation of fraudulent activity. According to the report, the CEO is currently is helping officers in Shanghai investigate fraudulent activity as a part of the WFEE coin, where Xu is also a shareholder. Various photos …

The U.S. FTC Warns On Bitcoin Blackmail Scams | Coindelite News
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The U.S. FTC Warns On Bitcoin Blackmail Scams

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued a warning on bitcoin scams that are used to blackmail people. Cristina Miranda, a member of the FTC’s Division of Consumer and Business Education, shared her thoughts stating that scammers are sending threatening letters to expose alleged secrets, asking for money. The …

Google Play Store Contains An Ethereum Scam App | Coindelite News
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Google Play Store Contains An Ethereum Scam App

The Next Web reported on August 21 that Google Play Store had hosted an Ethereum Scam application. Slovakia’s malware researcher, Lukas Stefanko said that a scam app was found on Google Play Store. The fraud app which offers to purchase Ethereum costing €335 to $388. Stefanko tweeted about the Scam …

China's Police Arrests Three Hackers Included In $87 Million Crypto Theft | Coindelite News
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China’s Police Arrests Three Hackers Included In $87 Million Crypto Theft

Chinese Police have arrested three hackers in China who stole bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies worth $87 million. The police were investigating the case for one month. The hackers were found in Hunan, Changchun provinces, and the capital city Beijing. The reports say that a self-claimed victim, whose surname is Zhang, …

Indian Crypto Platform BitConnect's Head Arrested | Coindelite News
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Indian Crypto Platform BitConnect’s Head Arrested

Bitconnect, a cryptocurrency platform which got shut in January 2018 for cheating its investors with a huge amount. According to the reports, BitConnect’s Head Divyesh Darji is caught by Indian Police at Delhi Airport. He was arrested while returning from Dubai. Inspector P G Narwade of Criminal Investigation Department (CID-Crime) …

Thailand Based Crypto Investor Lost 5,500 Bitcoins In A Scam | Coindelite News
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Thailand Based Crypto Investor Lost 5,500 Bitcoins In A Scam

  According to the reports, a 22-year-old cryptocurrency millionaire from Thailand has lost more than 5,500 bitcoins in an investment scam. Bangkok Post’s report says that a group of people from Thailand requested Finnish businessman Aarni Otava Saarimaa in June 2017 to invest in some Thai stocks, a casino in …

Sir Richard Branson Warns on Bitcoin Scam Sites Using His Name

Virgin Group Founder Warns on Bitcoin Scam Websites Using His Name On Thursday British business tycoon Richard Branson spoke out about the rash of Bitcoin Scam that has used his name to attract victims. Sir Richard Branson wrote in a Blog post: “I have written several times warning people about …

Digital Currency Hackers use Youtube to target PCs for bitcoin and altcoins mining

Hackers have been focusing on clients of YouTube to mine digital currency, for example, bitcoin by attacking PCs through the video advertising services. The issue has been reported last week when someone was trying to browse adverts on youtube and their anti-virus was showing as suspicion The adverts were found …