Netflix to release documentary about QuadrigaCX CEO’s mysterious life and death

Online streaming platform and production company Netflix will be producing a film on deceased crypto exchange QuadrigaCX founder Gerald Cotten.
In a Sept. 23 tweet from Netflix, the platform announced Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King documentary will premiere in 2022.

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Bitcoin.org goes offline after suffering scam attack

Bitcoin.org, one of the first websites about Bitcoin (BTC), has been hacked by online scammers and down as of the time of writing. 
Cobra, Bitcoin.org’s anonymous curator, announced on Sept. 23 that Bitcoin.org was compromised, with hackers managing to put up a scam notice on the site.

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4,307% ROI, guaranteed!!! (and other crypto scams to avoid) | CryptoSlate

The following is a guest post from Josef Moser, co-founder of Cryptoradar.
Crypto scams are getting more sophisticated. As more retail investors get on board the crypto train, it’s not surprising that malicious actors are trying to take advantage of new traders and unsecured crypto accounts.

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MoonPirate responds to accusations it is just another Binance Smart Chain “rug pull”

MoonPirate collapses less than half a year after launching on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC), leaving many to question if it was a thinly veiled scam from the start. Given the history of dodgy projects on the BSC, this latest incident does little to dispel such associations.

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EOS under fire over claims its ICO was a shady “pump scheme”

During a year-long initial coin offering (ICO) that ended in 2018, EOS raised a record $4.2 billion, making it the biggest ICO in history. Combined with its Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) consensus mechanism, which has throughput thousands of times greater than Ethereum’s, expectations were high.

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Kaspersky ranks cryptojackers among top malware threats in Africa

Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky has detected more than 1,500 fraudulent entities targeting potential crypto investors and miners just in the first half of 2021.
Kaspersky’s research shows that 0.60% of users from South African countries have already been targeted by malicious crypto miners.

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