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Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, namely virtual currency that is independent of any central bank or authority. It can be used to purchase products or services, and you can also transfer it electronically in a secure way. There are no physical Bitcoins; instead, you can keep the balance on a verified public ledger system called blockchain.
The US Department of Justice confiscated 69,370 bitcoins. With the current rate, it approximately equals $1,06 billion. It is the largest amount of cryptocurrency that the US authorities have ever seized.
It’s no surprise that the new Bitcoin leap coincided with the US presidential elections. In previous elections, the situation was the same: in November 2016, the Bitcoin rate rushed up, and the cryptocurrency rose from $700 to $20,000 by mid-December 2017.
PayPal made every effort for the cryptocurrency market development. Popular payment service announced a new service enabling its customers to buy, hold, and sell cryptocurrency directly from their PayPal account.
Florida Teen Accused of Massive Twitter Hack Targeting Barack Obama, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, and Others
On July 15, a Florida teen hacker gained access to Twitter accounts of Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Barack Obama, and many others. On August 5, court hearings began against Graham Ivan Clark, a 17-year-old guy from Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida.
A Massive Crypto Scam on Twitter Hits High-Profile Accounts and Corporations, Including Apple, Barack Obama, and Elon Musk
The hacked accounts include those of Barack Obama, Elon Musk, Kanye West, Joe Biden, Bill Gates, Michael Bloomberg, Apple, Uber, Jeff Bezos, Jack Dorsey, and others.
The most long-awaited event in the world of cryptocurrency has happened recently. The third bitcoin halving took place on May 11.