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BlockSafe Technologies Launches Ambassador Program to Distribute Crypto Security Products

By TimG / 05/21/2019

Tell me about the BSAFE Ambassador Program BlockSafe Technologies Launches Ambassador Program to Bolster Crypto Wallet SecurityMay 21, 2019 08:38 ET | Source: BlockSafe Technologies, Inc. EDISON, N.J., May 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — BlockSafe Technologies, Inc., the company securing the blockchain ecosystem, today announced the launch of its Ambassador Program, an initiative to generate awareness […]

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BlockSafe Technologies Launches Revenue Sharing BSAFE Token STO

By TimG / 04/02/2019

Take me to the BSAFE STO BlockSafe Technologies launched their STO for the BSAFE token on 3/25/19.  Owners of BSAFE tokens will share in 10 percent of BlockSafe revenue, paid quarterly, for as long as they own the tokens. The BSAFE tokens are backed by revenue from patented software and apps that protect wallets, exchanges […]

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Lessons learned from crypto hacks

By TimG / 03/29/2019

The only way to deal with crypto attacks is to understand how devices we use for crypto storage and transactions can be compromised. If we can understand the various methodologies used for the different devices, we can implement proactive measures to secure these devices from future hacking. In this article George Waller, CEO of BlockSafe […]

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Untrustworthy exchanges pose major cryptocurrency security threat

By TimG / 03/13/2019

Adam Cole Jacobs, the co-founder and CSO of Spend.com and Bitsdaq, a new digital exchange supported by Bittrex, says one of the main “challenges facing the cryptocurrency industry is security threats from untrustworthy exchanges.” He explains to CryptoGlobe that cryptocurrencies are still in their early stages. This is new technology and he says many new […]

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Why Are Crypto Exchanges Hacked So Often?

By TimG / 03/06/2019

Hackers target exchanges. It’s the most efficient way for them to steal your money. Protocols are hard to hack, and wallets are too distributed. Exchanges are a good fit for them.

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