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Samsung Galaxy Smartphones To Support Crypto Hardware Storage Device, Ledger

Cryptocurrency is becoming bigger than ever before and the last few months, in particular, have seen more and more people enter the crypto market, whether to invest or to use tokens as a form of day-to-day payment. In response to this, more products and services are being created to accommodate the rise in crypto users, and the industry as a whole stands to benefit. One of the latest of these developments comes from Samsung which announced that its Galaxy devices will now support third-party wallets that are used to store and manage cryptocurrency. Samsung Stores Assets As per the press…

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Samsung Galaxy Blockchain Wallet to Integrate Support for Ledger Hardware Devices

Korean-based technology giant Samsung has announced that it has added support for Ledger Wallet on its Samsung Blockchain Wallet. This continues the recent foray of Samsung towards blockchain and cryptocurrency services. Samsung revealed this development in a press release on Wednesday, May 13, 2021. According to the smartphone manufacturer with the recent update, Samsung Galaxy smartphone users Read More

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Samsung Electronics Embraces Crypto By Adding Ledger Wallet Services

Samsung Electronics is the latest company to embrace crypto by adding Ledger Wallet Services on its Galaxy smartphones as we are reading more today in our cryptocurrency news. Samsung Electronics announced to its users that they are now able to trade crypto directly on the Galaxy smartphones and now the latest update from the Korean conglomerate allows traders and blockchain users to process transactions by transferring cold storage wallets to the Samsung blockchain. In addition to the Blockchain Keystore that Samsung already has embedded, the Galaxy smartphones will be able to connect to hardware wallets like Ledger Nano  S and…

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WHY YOU NEED TO WITHDRAW YOUR BITCOIN.. immediately

Article by Captain Sidd There are various reasons why you should withdraw your bitcoin and utilize self-custody. You might be excited at the stamp of approval this gives bitcoin from the old guard. It will also allow many investors to much more easily gain exposure to bitcoin through current accounts at big banks. These are huge positives for a new commodity that’s rapidly gaining recognition as a revolutionary instrument for storing value over time. However, as with many financial products on Wall Street, the people of Main Street should tread with caution. Big banks are not known for having the…

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Ledger Supported Coins

Not even the most advanced users in the crypto market know which are Ledger supported coins. However, this is not a problem because there is a list of […]

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Wallet Maker Ledger Faces Lawsuit Over Covering Up Of Data Breach

Crypto wallet maker Ledger faces a lawsuit over data breach cover-up after customers filed a class-action lawsuit recently so let’s read more in our latest crypto news today. In the data breach, customer data, personal documents, and emails were compromised so now Ledger and Shopify are facing both a class action lawsuit. Customers of the wallet maker Ledger are suing the company for the alleged cover-up of the data breach. The initial complaint that was filed with the US District Court for the Northern District of California, alleged that Shopify and Ledger partnered together and “negligently allowed, recklessly ignored and…

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Ledger faces class action from phishing scam victims

Ledger and Shopify are facing a class-action lawsuit over sensitive information regarding 270,000 of Ledger's customers' that was stolen by Shopify employees. Ledger and Shopify have been hit by a class action lawsuit over a major data breach that saw the personal data of 270,000 hard wallet customers stolen between April and June 2020, Phishing scam victims John Chu and Edward Baton filed the lawsuit in California against the crypto wallet provider and its e-commerce partner Shopify on April 6. The Plaintiffs alleged that the firms “negligently allowed, recklessly ignored, and then intentionally sought to cover up” the data breach.…

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New Ledger Wallet Vulnerability Could Be Disastrous If Not Fixed

The new Ledger wallet vulnerability could bring more trouble soon if not fully patched as per the new reports that we have in our latest blockchain news. Ledger failed to fully fix the major vulnerability which allows for a “BTC fork” attack as the recent report concluded that Ledger App failed to fix the major vulnerability that allows a Bitcoin fork attack. Mo Nokhbeh claimed that Ledger’s wallet failed to isolate the responsible apps that granted authorization of the transaction of different assets. This creates the vulnerability where a users’ wallet can be fooled into authorizing a transaction for less…

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Ledger Data Breach Update: Names, Emails And Postal Addresses Leaked

In the Ledger data breach update, we can see that the hackers were able to obtain and leak thousands of users’ names, emails, and postal addresses as the hardware wallet company confessed that it was hit hard with the breach as we reported previously in the latest cryptocurrency news below. The French company said they have been hit hard with the breach which allowed “third-party” access to at least 1 million of the users’ contact details. The company took it to Twitter to state that the marketing and e-commerce database was compromised the users’ contact details and order information but…

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