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Jeff Fawkes

Jeff is a crypto journalist for more than 4 years. He delivers Pacific Region news for Bitsonline, with authorial drawings. Apply for an interview or investigation, with me its easy. Jeff helps when no one can.

January 22, 2019 by Jeff Fawkes 0 Comment
Experts Share Thoughts Over Kremlin Bitcoin Crusade

In January 2019, the western media published many articles regarding Russian plans to buy $10 billion USD in crypto during...

January 15, 2019 by Jeff Fawkes 0 Comment
Scam Alert! Is Velvet the New WEX?

The WEX exchange that disappeared together with at least $200 million USD worth of users' funds seems to have had a...

January 3, 2019 by Jeff Fawkes 0 Comment
Chinese VCs, Crimean Crypto Hub: Can Investors Cope With Corruption?

The Crimean occupation government's Deputy Prime Minister Georgiy Muradov has outlined plans to create a mining equipment plant, a new...

December 31, 2018 by Jeff Fawkes 0 Comment
Reddit User Caught Bitcoin God Wallet Stealing Bitcoin Keys From Electrum

According to his post, Reddit user mimblezimble discovered that if you download the Bitcoin God (GOD) wallet featured on electrumgod.org,...

December 30, 2018 by Jeff Fawkes 0 Comment
Were The WEX Exchange Admins FSB/CIA Double Agents?

A recent study published by Russia's Lenta news agency indicates that WEX and BTC-e crypto exchanges were used by double...

December 19, 2018 by Jeff Fawkes 0 Comment
Transnistrian Authorities Hope to Win Over Crypto Miners in 2019

Transnistrian authorities plan to legislate an increase in the presence of crypto miners in the urecognized state by eliminating associated...

December 9, 2018 by Jeff Fawkes 0 Comment
The Sordid Tale of Woe Behind the WEX Exchange

The WEX cryptocurrency exchange has suspended withdrawals since July 2018. The exchange continues to operate and offer unbelievably high prices...

November 30, 2018 by Jeff Fawkes 0 Comment
Sberbank Database of 420,000 Employees Leaked on the Internet

The internal database of more than 420,000 current and former employees' names, emails, and Sberbank logins have been leaked on...