Ripple Lawyers Try to Move Securities Lawsuit to Federal Court in ‘Slick’ Move

In a “slick” move, Ripple may succeed in moving securities lawsuit to U.S. federal court Source link

Xerox Wins Patent for Blockchain System That Tracks Revisions to Electronic Documents

Xerox awarded patent for blockchain-based management system that tracks amendments to digital documents Source link

Report: Google G Suite Twitter Account Compromised to Promote 10,000 Bitcoin Scam

The Twitter account of Google’s G Suite was reportedly breached to lure users into a 10,000 Bitcoin giveaway scam Source link

Lightning Network Passes 4000 Nodes, Reaches All-Time Capacity High

Bitcoin’s nascent mainnet implementation of the Lightning Network (LN) has reached a new milestone, passing 4,000 nodes for the first time. Lightning Handles $750K Data from monitoring resource 1ML confirms the latest...

Report: Nvidia to See Q3 Strong Earnings, Crypto-Related GPU Sales Remain in Downtrend

Trefis analysts have predicted that Nvidia will see strong GPU sales growth in Q3, but sales related to crypto activities will remain in a downtrend Source link

Japanese Internet Giant GMO Postpones Shipments of 7nm Bitcoin Mining Equipment

Japan’s GMO Internet has postponed the shipments of its two lines of 7nm bitcoin mining rigs. A representative of the company has clarified the situation to, noting that some...

Judge Rules in Favor of Canadian Bank in Dispute With Crypto Exchange

An Ontario Superior Court Judge has ruled with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in a dispute with a crypto exchange regarding $19.6 million in frozen funds Source link

Germany: Crypto Exchange Operator to Acquire 100% of Investment Bank Tremmel

The operator of German crypto trading platform has acquired a 100% stake in investment bank Tremmel, along with rights to operate under the institution’s banking license Source link

Ripple Files to Move Securities Lawsuit from State to Federal Court

Ripple’s legal team in their ongoing...

New Linux-Targeting Crypto-Mining Malware Combines Hiding and Upgrading Capabilities

New Linux-targeting crypto-mining malware is able to upgrade itself and hide from being detected, cybersecurity firm Trend Micro reports Source link