The hierarchy in the world of crypto has been well established – bitcoin is the undisputed king, and Ethereum is a solid number two. Then things get a bit tricky because many other cryptocurrencies are jockeying for the ‘bronze position’.
Sramana Mitra, the founder and CEO of One Million by One Million, recently asked me about the success rate of startups in the world of crypto. While this was a tough question to answer, I offered my thoughts on the matter, and now want to share them with you!
It is one thing to make bold predictions for the future, completely different ball game to revisit them 2 years later. It is a fun exercise that proves that innovations rarely work as intended, but give us more food for thought.
I’ve decided to right this wrong and shared my raw thoughts on the matter, thinking about why companies are so obsessed with Metaverse, how it can be beneficial to us, and why you shouldn’t be scared of this technological future as much as you want to!
To continue the habit of covering interesting security and technology related topics, let’s take a minute to talk about AI use for creating images. Not so long ago, I shared my thoughts on Open AI’s decision to allow users to upload and edit faces.
Bringing up 5 theories that would explain why English language and hackers have a beef.
Nothing is sacred for cybercriminals, especially in times of mass confusion, hardship, and angst. Learn how criminals leverage email to accomplish their goals.
Let’s Encrypt discovered a bug in itss certificate authority authorization software, prompting subscribers to react.
In a classic case of Business Email Compromise (BEC), Barbara Corcoran loses close to $400,000. The scam came through because of a spoofed email address.
Phishing email coming from Amazon is not a surprising story, but the latest Sophos blog post describes a bizarre situation, where hackers failed in fashion.