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Argo set to launch Bitcoin on crypto mining platform

Argo, a UK-based provider of cryptocurrency mining services, announced on Friday that Bitcoin will be launched on its cryptocurrency mining platform Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Crypto mining moves to mobile phones

The recent times have seen the cryptocurrency space expand by leaps and bounds and the most recent watershed moment that the industry has seen is the Read more: www.ccn.com

Energy Authority: Hydro Quebec Can Charge Crypto Mining Firms Double

Hydro Quebec will continue to charge cryptocurrency mining companies double until regulations in place Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

How process mining can turbo-charge internal auditing

For years, auditors have used interviews and workshops to conduct successful company assessments Read more: www.finextra.com

Cisco claims new patent could apply to bitcoin mining

A Cisco patent suggests that internet customers would be able to create a distributed mining pool through a proprietary cloud application. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Ransomware attacks drop while cryptojacking marks 4000%

Android crypto-miners have seen a staggering 4000% increase in the first three months of 2018. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Monero is going to war against big miners

Big miners are eying Monero as a next money-maker. The only problem? Developers are taking steps to keep them out entirely. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Plattsburgh’s crypto mining ban could end earlier than expected

Plattsburgh imposed an 18-month halt on new commercial cryptomining operations, but indicated it could end sooner if protections are put in place.Read more: www.coindesk.com

APAC Mining said to bag $1m from Fatfish Internet Group

Singapore-based cryptocurrency mining startup APAC Mining has reportedly raised a $1m investment from Fatfish Internet Group. Read more: fintech.global

Public WiFi a hotbed for cryptocurrency mining malware

Hackers are using public, unsecured WiFi hotspots, such as those in coffee shops to hijack customers' computers to mine crypto. Read more: bitcoinist.com