In a presentation atop its biodome in Seattle today, Amazon debuted nearly a dozen new products, ranging from next generation versions of popular speakers like the Echo Show and Echo Dot to a microwave, smart plug, and Echo subwoofer, to Echo Auto for cars. Alongside all that, a whole lot of new features were introduced […]
The approximately 17 percent jump in the federal deficit came despite strong growth in the overall U.S. economy, an unusual instance in which the economy and the deficit are expanding at the same time.
Hackers are believed to have stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of EOS cryptocurrency from blockchain-powered gambling dApp EOSBet — again. Thieves have exploited another vulnerability in the automated dice game, allegedly taking at least $338,000 from its operational wallets. By injecting standard EOS accounts with malicious code, digital baddies appear to have tricked its smart contract into mistakenly crediting their accounts with large amounts of cryptocurrency. Shown below are three transactions thought to be illegitimate. They detail one of the attackers accounts (“ilovedice123”) siphoning 65,000 EOS ($338K) directly to a major cryptocurrency exchange. The EOSBet team is yet to reveal… This story continues at The Next Web