Some of the first companies to adopt cryptocurrency use were online casinos. These companies enjoyed the cheap transfer of currency between sides which was much quicker than some of the services that are offered currently, and the users found the fact that the funds could not be traced to one source or another quite attractive.
Unfortunately, as technology continues to evolve, the need for better security increases. Two-factor authentication (2FA) has become essential to the majority of websites. The feature was designed to protect online accounts. Facebook however, has found alternative uses for the system on their platform. The 2FA at Facebook has a lot going on beneath the surface.
It’s strange how quickly a project can take a 180 degree turn. Crowd Machine was just recently developing a replacement for Amazon Web Services. Today, it’s existence is questionable. Last Saturday, the company’s crypto wallet was hacked. The hacker managed to acquire a large number of the app’s Crowd Machine Compute Tokens (CMCT). To make