North Korea-backed hackers are reportedly preparing a massive phishing campaign to take advantage of the COVID-19 crisis.
The latest reports suggest that North Korea could be encouraging the Lazarus group to steal crypto globally.
New York-based blockchain intelligence firm Chainalysis has launched a new initiative to shed more light on the scope of its latest crypto crime analyses.
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Uncertainty over where Bitcoin will go after its $9,400 rally, a well-known BTC educator criticizes Chainalysis, and nerves over North Korea’s crypto holdings.
A special delegate of the North Korean government has told Cointelegraph that Kim Jong-un is in good health and that Bitcoin will help the regime fight imperialism
North Korean leader’s reported health issues cause the crypto community fear of the a regime crypto sell-off
The US government urged countermeasures to stymie North Korea’s billion-dollar cybercrime campaigns.
CipherTrace has detailed how two men managed to fool KYC processes and launder more than $100 million of stolen crypto on mainstream exchanges
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