It's another Monday and that means we have another Moonday Mornings for you.
Here's what you need to recover the weekend.
1. Nine cryptocurrency extraction companies have decided to join and sue a Washington state public service company after increasing the cost of electricity. The complaint claims that the energy supplier has operated inappropriately when he created a new tariff to increase the cost of electricity, reports Bitcoin.com. The energy provider, Grant PUD, said the new rate is designed to reduce risk and offer competitive rates to its retail customers.
2. Despite numerous challenges, the Marshall Islands show no signs of loosening their dream of creating a national cryptocurrency. The company that develops the national cryptocurrency of the islands, Sovereign (SOV), has announced on its blog Medium that has recently hired Steve Tendon as a consultant. Tendon is the man behind the transformation of Malta to become a blockchain hub, SOV is clearly hoping to be able to operate its magic in the Marshall Islands.
3. The Bitcoin mural puzzle in Paris has been solved, according to CryptoGlobe. L & # 39; artist, Pasal Boyart, announced that someone had claimed the prize and transferred the 0.29 BTC that is in the prize plate. There had also been a number of public donations to the mural, so the lucky mind took off with just over $ 1,000 of BTC at the time of writing.
4. After being breached for over $ 1.1 million in a 51% attack, Ethereum ETH Classic has seen $ 100,000 of lost funds returned. The Gate.io cryptocurrency trading platform announced that the attacker returned the money on January 10, only a few days after the original hack. According to Gate.io, the Ethereum Classic network is not yet strong enough and may be subject to future attacks.
5. The national organization of South African cricket has left the ball recently after falling on cryptocurrency crooks on Twitter, according to Indian Express. The tweets from the official South African Twitter account said he was working with Luno's money for the first South African lottery of Bitcoin. The scammers have asked the followers to send a BTC to an address to be entered in the lottery with the chance to win 20 BTC. Alas, this was not to be, in the true scammer cliche, they took the money and ran.
It was another week of regulations, hack, scams and lawsuits. But there you have, another weekend of cryptocurrency and blockchain of news taken so now we can go on with our weeks.
Published 14 January 2019 at 10:07 UTC