[ANUBIS VIRUS]: Major Android Virus Attacking Bitfinex, Binance Exchange Apps and Others (Pt. 1)

In the course of general research, Zerononcense recently came across a report titled, ‘Reverse Engineering of the Anubis Malware — Part 1’, which presented information about malware that has been wreaking havoc on Android devices throughout 2019, which … Read more

Operation DK: Blockchain Analysis Using Crystal Blockchain

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‘Operation DK’ name given as a pseudonymous identity of the individual that contacted me on Twitter at approximately 13:00 EST ; May 18th, 2019 requesting the tracking of allegedly stolen/hacked funds.

Transactions in Question:

  1. https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/c858f268d7e6a78e4884a7bb719307767a82f9560c0c6e8f7b49e4bb2b1c5780
  2. https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/279c41ebbc52423f5534122978126bfe44ab82f2f01aee7fbc02213c50464240


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User Question #1 – Blockchain Building



“No problem… So the idea i have is pretty basic and goes directly with the nature of blockchain. Its timestamping and putting documents on blockchain. So pdf’s, docs, pitcures, diplomas, contracts…Anything that two or more parties are signing.

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China Does Not Rank Blockchain Projects (And They Never Have Either)


This headline may come as a surprise to some, but recent information (and clarification) provided by Chinese-speaking members of the cryptocurrency community have clarified and ‘busted’ claims circulating around various media outlets over the last few months with regards

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Report Shows QuadrigaCX “Cold Wallets” Actively Involved in SIGNIFICANT Criminal Activity: Ties to Silk Road, Hacked Funds, Identity Theft, and Drug/Human Trafficking




Recently, CoinDesk posted an article on their site that referenced a Reddit user’s analysis into the 103 bitcoins that QuadrigaCX (Canadian Exchange) claims that it sent to a cold wallet by accident.

Specifically, CoinDesk cites this Reddit

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Bitcoin Network Properties: ‘BIS’ Report Critique

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Recently, the organization BIS (Bank for International Settlements) posted a critique of the Proof of Work consensus algorithm for Bitcoin. While there was significant media coverage around the critique, hardly any individuals/outlets took the time to critically

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Dissecting Why the Idea Behind Deepbrain Chain is Utterly Impossible

As stated on the ProofofResearch Twitter account a few weeks ago, my position on Deepbrain Chain is that the idea that they are proposing is implausible and cannot be manifested. This is supported by a wealth of research attesting to

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Iran’s Crypto Announcement is 10x More Important Than the ETFs

Iran’s Crypto Announcement is 10x More Important Than the ETFs


Recently, there was an article published by Forbes that detailed plans by some nations to start using cryptocurrencies in order to usurp the U.S. dollar so that they can … Read more

Ontology Full Research Report 6–22–2018

This article provides a full research report on the coin, Ontology

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Solve.Care ICO Review

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Among all of the ICOs that are being released in the wild world of cryptocurrency, ‘Solve.Care’ stands out … Read more

Cool Resources and Information Related to Blockchain Tech

https://cryptovoices.com/node-count/ <- Good resource for just learning about the tech. I know I’ve been emphasizing the tech a lot since I started posting in these recent hours, but I can’t stress enough how fundamental this is to navigating through cryptocurrency. … Read more

Hard Forks Pt. II


For those unfamiliar with the cryptocurrency, Ethereum, there are numerous reasons for why it now exists as a heavily forked currency. One reason is the ‘malleability’ of the Ethereum blockchain. When we say malleability, we mean that the chain … Read more

The True Sentiment Behind the Senate Meeting on Bitcoin, ICOs, and Blockchain Technology

Authored by: Cryptomedication under the Zero_n0ncense Brand

Originally published on btcmanager.com on February 12, 2018 — Original link

On February 6, 2018, the Senate created a forum to discuss cryptocurrencies in a meeting titled, “Virtual Currencies: The Oversight Role Read more

How Segwit Murdered Bitcoin: Bitcoin Can NEVER Scale (Op-Ed)

An Economic Proof for Why Segregated Witness Won’t Work and Bitcoin’s Failure to Scale Will Precipitate Its Death


To start with, there’s no easy way to define Segregated Witness. However, I will attempt to give a brief explanation and … Read more

Power Ledger $POWR Review (Spoiler: Thumbs Down)

I do very informal reviews, so get ready for this one.

Bigger Picture View of Power Ledger ($POWR)

They did the smart thing, and went macro (focusing on company investment) with their approach instead of micro (focusing on the consumer).… Read more

“Can Bitcoin Be Destroyed?”: CoinDesk Response Piece

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I rarely find myself reading an article that is so atrocious that I feel compelled to give a complete and thorough rip of something that’s been posted by another author. However, this recent piece written by CoinDesk … Read more

Bitcoin Must Either Be a Currency or Gold — Not Both. Spoiler Alert: It’s Neither.

I did a lot of research into Bitcoin, and one of the things that struck me as crazy, but that I should have accounted for is the fact that Bitcoin works on a permanent deflationary principle. In other words, the … Read more