Legal Cryptocurrency Exchange Platform in US, New Mining Malware
New malware that will mine cryptocurrency without your knowledge?
Once again it is possible, cybersecurity company warns about a new and hard to track virus. From the good news, the first crypto exchange market received BitLicense in New York.
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In December 2017 we wrote about malware created to mine cryptocurrencies on computers without the knowledge of its users. Even one of the most popular cafés – Starbucks in Buenos Aires was infected by this type of virus.
The cybersecurity firm 360 Total Security has published a research in which it unveils that the new type of cryptojacking malware called WinstarNssmMiner can not only secretly mine but also crash the infected machines.
As the company wrote:
“This malware is very hard to remove since victims’ computers crash as soon as they found and terminate the malware.”
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First legal NY based crypto exchange market
All cryptocurrency exchange markets must have BitLicense in New York. That license has been required since August 2015. Most of the companies which have been working with cryptocurrencies have left the state because they were not willing or were not able to meet the requirements.
Genesis Global Trading is a New York-based crypto exchange market and according to the press release published on PR Newswire, New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) has granted a license to them.
Genesis is the fifth company that received BitLicense and will be able to trade, e.g., Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Litecoin.
Before receiving the licence Genesis had operated under a “special” DFS provision; they could work as a cryptocurrency exchange platform in NY. As a CEO of Genesis said “This is an important step forward [for the firm]”
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