• Binance anti-crypto crime alliance

    Fed up with scams and hacks, Binance launches industry-wide alliance against crypto crime

    Binance, one of the world’s biggest exchanges, believes closer collaboration between exchanges, analytics firms, and cybersecurity experts can help reduce thefts and abuses

    In time, it is hoped that members of the alliance will be able to share and access real-time intelligence on hacks, scams and other malicious activity in private—meaning sensitive information concerning users and businesses doesn’t need to be shared with rivals. It’s hoped that there will be a better chance of safeguarding funds as a result.

  • Cornell University (via Pixabay)

    Coinbase: Cornell University is the best when it comes to cryptocurrency and blockchain education

    The 2nd Annual Coinbase Report on Higher Education finds more than half of the world’s top 50 universities now offer these courses; enrollment in such classes has doubled

    Cornell University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and New York University are the tops when it comes to offering courses in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, according to a new report from Coinbase.