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Man Used a Printer and Stolen Identities to Commit $60,000 Wire Transfer Fraud (deepd.tw)

In Gelsenkirchen, a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, a 40-year-old stood before a judge at the District Court of Essen for “large-scale” bank fraud. According to the public prosecutor, he defrauded thousands of unsuspecting German citizens. The investigation, though, focused mainly on Bavarian victims as they lost their sensitive information the most frequently. This form…

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How do bitcoin exchanges commit the limit/market orders?

I’m trying to understand the topic of blockchain and bitcoins as well. So, the only one question I want to get answer for: how do exchanges commit orders? I mean, how the transaction could be started by exchange? As I understand, only the owner of wallet (with the pair of pub/private key) can start transaction for transferring some amount of btc. So, I can’t find the information about “remote control” of wallet. Maybe I am wrong, please correct me. And excuse me for my English. It’s not my native language.

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Bitcoin Core Dev Gavin Anderson’s GitHub Commit Access Removed

Citing fears of a hack that may have resulted in an account compromise, Bitcoin Core members have revoked the commit access belonging to Bitcoin Core developer Gavin Andersen. Monday began with the collective dramatic explosion of news that Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright publicly claimed that he is Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous inventor of Bitcoin. He […]

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