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Facebook is stealing your WhatsApp’s data

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Since a few weeks ago, if you are a WhatsApp user, an indirect Facebook one, you will have received an “accept” message: I want to “steals your data” to do with them what they want. At least, that’s what I understand I have to accept! WhatsApp y Facebook, perfect complements Several years ago when Facebook bought the emerging WhatsApp startup, a web application that was well received by the public for its ease in having conversations with your contacts. In a small amount of time, WhatsApp became a new means…read more

Should a business accept Bitcoin?

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Should a business accept Bitcoin?

Octanox, my first criptocurrency

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I have already spoken in several previous posts of the cryptocurrencies, and today I tell you how I have become the holder of my first virtual coins, courtesy of a “colleague”. Specifically, I have some Octanox. Octanox Well, I am very happy because I own a few Octanox. For that, I opened an account with a Wallet at Octanox. The registration process is quite simple, in 1 minute or so, you are already registered. The next thing is, if you want to enter the 2FA (second authentication factor) using Google…read more

Bitcoin, where the criptocurrency world begin

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After a few entrances related to criptocurrency, it is time to go further and meet the Bitcoin, the currency where the criptocurrency world begin. What is bitcoin Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency, without any regulator that controls it (I mean, no Central Bank controls it), which means certain advantages compared to traditional currencies. It was born on February 4, 2009, and it seems that its creator was Satoshi Nakamoto, although it is not known if it is a person, some one anonymous, an organization, … It is also defined…read more

Criptocurrency and cibercrimen

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After the first entrance on this blog related to criptocurrencies, today it is time to write about the relatioship between criptocurrncies and cibercrime, because they are so different but so close. Why? Because cibercriminals ask for criptocurrencies as a form of payments, Bitcoins mainly. Criptocurrencies are  ‘on fire’ Yes, criptocurrencies (especially BitCoin) are closely linked to cybercriminal actions, since in many cases, the ransoms that are requested are in cyber-currency. This has several effects, such as the “publicity” of virtual currencies, outside the legal course, and which has the governments…read more