BitVault®  to Launch in Russia

PRESS RELEASE – LIMERICK, IRELAND – 6 March 2018 – Embedded Downloads, the developers of the world’s first blockchain phone, the BitVault® and Deecrypto, a Russian blockchain and crypto company announced earlier today that the companies signed an agreement to launch a “white-label” BitVault®, customised for the Russian market.       The “Deecrypto-BitVault®” will be fully customised for the Russian market and will come complete with its own Russian application store and native applications.   A “developer edition” of the BitVault® will also be customised for the Russian market.   In…

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DeeCrypto opens 28 February – The first Physical Store Chain to sell Legal Crypto Equipment in Russia

MOSCOW, RUSSIA – DeeCrypto – The first physical store chain to sell the legal crypto equipment in Russia. February 28 FCA.FUND and DeeCrypto invite you to the presentation on the occasion of the official opening of the crypto equipment physical store.   The store will provide leading manufacturers crypto equipment: Bitmain, Avalon, Pangol in, Innosilicon, Ebang, Baikal, Trezor, KeepKey, Embedded Downloads, Shift Devices, Ledger, Coldlar. On the wave of growing demand for certified mining equipment, the first in Russia offline store DeeCrypto opens its doors.     DeeCrypto is not…

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Ledger user loses £25 000 of Crypto

  Quoted from Reddit: – I have not used my Ledger in a week, today I decide to check the value of my XRP, Litecoin and Dash only to discover that all of them showed up as zero and had been transferred somewhere else yesterday all around the same time at 7:30pm.     I am not sure how this is possible as I have not access my Ledger in a week. I do not know what do to as the total value is over £25000, has by currency been…

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Spectre and Meltdown are going straight for your Private Keys – How safe is your hardware wallet?

The BBC reported today that the tech industry kept the latest threat to our online life secret for six months, hiding behind non-disclosure agreements.     Apparently, there are two bugs, known as Meltdown and Spectre, which exploit security vulnerabilities in Intel, AMD, and ARM processors in all types o devices, including PCs, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.   Meltdown affects all devices with Intel chips, which are estimated to be in 90% of all computers (desktop and laptop combined), the BBC reported. Intel stock price had its own Meltdown today…

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CyberSecurity – 15 Hack-Proof Tips

  Here are 15 tips on how to keep yourself safe from cybercrime   The South African investigative television program, Carte Blanche recently posted an article on how to hack-proof your life. “We are constantly connected. Whether it’s a smartphone, a tablet or a computer – connectivity is a given. However, by being connected 24/7, opens the doors to a few scaly characters itching to get their hands on your personal information.    Summary of 15 cybersecurity tips on the Bit-Media Facebook page… Click Here   The best solution is…

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