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July 09, 2018, 05:55:46 PM
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When everything turn into digital, it can be hack so although the transaction mobility is high , the greater risk also upon it.
So make sure that you've learn very carefully how to keep it safe all the time, always update the security to prevent from hacking attempt.
It's for your own good !

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July 09, 2018, 05:59:39 PM
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Consider the value of bitcoin,it has made exchanges prime targets for hacking, and thus has made hacks there quite lucrative..
I mean the anonymity and irrevocability associated with bitcoin transactions means that the money lost is also irrecoverable, CMIIW..

I wouldn't say immune. Although one might say that it is secure and private at best. I wouldn't say that it's secure because there are other means that could threaten the safety of one's coins or holdings. One of the usually exploited means is with the storage system or e-wallets, which are commonly subject to either hacking or bogus schemes like fake airdrops that only aim to get one's e-wallet password, which have already victimized many people in this market.

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July 30, 2018, 11:31:47 AM
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When everything turn into digital, it can be hack so although the transaction mobility is high , the greater risk also upon it.
So make sure that you've learn very carefully how to keep it safe all the time, always update the security to prevent from hacking attempt.
It's for your own good !

Anyhow, Bitcoin and the other altcoins still remain the safest currency. It cannot be compared with fiat. Traditional money that is stored in the banks can be hacked easily. We hear this hacking stories often.

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August 12, 2018, 08:28:13 PM
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When everything turn into digital, it can be hack so although the transaction mobility is high , the greater risk also upon it.
So make sure that you've learn very carefully how to keep it safe all the time, always update the security to prevent from hacking attempt.
It's for your own good !

Anyhow, Bitcoin and the other altcoins still remain the safest currency. It cannot be compared with fiat. Traditional money that is stored in the banks can be hacked easily. We hear this hacking stories often.
Everything can be attacked not only by electronic money but by cash. Since I think there are people out there, it will definitely have people breaking them. That is the natural law in society. They can all be bad actions and beautiful expressions in all aspects. And every investor's job is to know how to protect their assets and invest wisely.

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August 27, 2018, 05:31:55 PM
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You need to protect your email account using two-factor authentication to prevent attacks. Do the same with your bitcoin storage service. Coinbase already requires a two-factor logon to the system: it consists of a password and text received via SMS. SMS can be intercepted, you must use the option of scanning based on an application, such as Google Authenticator

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August 27, 2018, 06:14:44 PM
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bitcoin wallets are immune to hack at any given point in time so we should nt hold the bitcoin in wallets for longer time




I think the exchange will still have a record of the number of coins owned by investors, unless they also want to be cheated because in the true sense, it is stolen money and not records.
Hacking an exchange account will not affect the investor's personal account with an exchange.
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August 27, 2018, 07:27:07 PM
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of course it is. If you give someone your private key then it's your problem. Luggage pads in such a way that the password to pick up to them is unrealistic. The rest of this is already you need to be careful that someone does not upload your data for hacking
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August 30, 2018, 05:06:55 AM
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So long as humans created, maintained and is using something, it will be subject to hacking and fraud. I mean no human made object or system is ever perfect so it would always be vulnerable. Same can be said to crypto currency. No matter how many bits of security you use, if the person is careless with their transactions then it will be for naught.

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September 15, 2018, 07:54:57 AM
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The best thing is the algorithm of bitcoin system, it is anonymous. Where will they find from millions of wallets are to be hacked and whom account has millions worth of money. scratch your head and give up.
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September 16, 2018, 04:57:50 PM
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Cryptocurrencies are prone to hacking, and also it can be wiped by computer crashing and other unexpected events. But its difficult to hackers to know if their victim has millions in their wallet. Regular changing of password and avoid giving of your password to anyone expect to your wife ! it will be a war LOL!
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September 16, 2018, 05:00:24 PM
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Consider the value of bitcoin,it has made exchanges prime targets for hacking, and thus has made hacks there quite lucrative..
I mean the anonymity and irrevocability associated with bitcoin transactions means that the money lost is also irrecoverable, CMIIW..
Well, for me, as long as we have a money that works around the internet, it is vulnerable to hackers. because internet is the most dangerous place to put all of your money. so still, it is vulnerable.

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September 16, 2018, 05:22:24 PM
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Consider the value of bitcoin,it has made exchanges prime targets for hacking, and thus has made hacks there quite lucrative..
I mean the anonymity and irrevocability associated with bitcoin transactions means that the money lost is also irrecoverable, CMIIW..
No i believe bitcoin is not immune in hacking and fraud because there are a lot of hackers and would like to trick people today. This also the reason why the governments of a country don't like cryptocurrency because they think it is just a scam to steal all of your money.

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September 16, 2018, 07:26:23 PM
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There had been no hacking in the blockchain technology so far. Only some exchanges were hacked but if you see recent news even that has not happened recently.



I think that depends on how to secure the site to prevent attackers and how well the support system and IT team will protect their site from hackers. I think that every exchange will secure their site so that their members can trade in security.
I'm not sure about this because bitcoin is hard to hack but if someone has high skills in programming he might crack his account but of course, he needs to break the private key.
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September 16, 2018, 07:50:51 PM
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The blockchain itself is totally secure but it is still up to the user how they manage their personal keys/ crypto corporations
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