Special Read in Russian Unknown developers published a report on two new malware items capable of introducing dramatic amendments into Bitcoin mining on infected computers. As opposed to their counterparts, those malware programs are made in quite an exquisite way and remain almost invisible to a victim.
Special! Read in Russian Ukrainian cryptocurrency exchange Btc-trade.com.ua has once again announced it was hacked.
Special Read in Russian Bits.media provided more information on the site’s blockage by Roskomnadzor back in January. In particular, relevant documents are displayed, and a donation campaign is announced to collect money for lawyers.
Special Read in Russian It’s a common knowledge that presently Ukraine is facing economical and political crisis, yet, notwithstanding all the difficulties it presents, bitcoin community is quite active there. One may buy bitcoins from a kiosk or a payment terminal in Kyiv and Lviv, and even pay for a.
Special Read in Russian The first session of Sverdlovsk Oblast court scrutinizing an appeal petition to consider cryptocurrency websites ban under order by Nevyansk town court illicit started today.
Special: Read in Russian From March 31st to April 11th ForkLog in association with Pirate Party of Russia and Roskomsvoboda (Russian Committee for Freedom) has been holding a survey ‘Bitcoin in Russia and CIS countries’. We have prepared a detailed report on the findings which came as a surprise even.
SPECIAL: Read in Russian! Part 1 read here. Meanwhile in the State Duma It’s time to go down to earth, i.e. In Russia. According to local authorities, cryptocurrency is a hardly understandable and probably dangerous phenomenon, so it’s easier to ban it rather than break their heads over what to.
SPECIAL: Read in Russian! ForkLog has always been closely monitoring the events related to banning of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in Russia. According to one of our authors, Russian authorities’ refusal to embrace Bitcoin is somehow equivalent to the lost opportunity of creating Internet in the USSR. But now we.