In this week’s short summary of Bitcoin.com News’ hottest stories, a hacker claims to have stolen a massive amount of Chinese citizens’ personal data from Shanghai police and now wants to sell it for ten bitcoins. Additionally, Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta has abandoned the Novi project, after unveiling a new metaverse wallet. These stories and more, just below.
Personal Data of 1 Billion Chinese Citizens Leaked on Sale for 10 Bitcoins – Hacker Claims Stolen From Shanghai Police
A hacker claims to have stolen the personal data of one billion Chinese citizens from the Shanghai National Police (SHGA) and resells them for 10 bitcoins. “This database contains many TB of data and information on billions of Chinese citizens.”
Meta Ending Crypto Project Novi After Mark Zuckerberg Unveiled Metaverse Digital Wallet
Meta Platforms, formerly Facebook, has announced the end of its Novi crypto project. Users are advised to withdraw the funds as soon as possible. The announcement follows the introduction of a digital wallet for the Metaverse, announced by Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Mad Money’s Jim Cramer Says Crypto Immolation Shows Fed’s Job to Tame Inflation Nearly Done
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says, “With the crypto immolation, the Fed’s job is almost done.” He pointed out that “one of the fronts of the war on inflation that has been an exceptional total victory for the Fed” is the battle against financial speculation.
Peter Schiff’s Euro-Pacific Bank Suspended by Puerto Rico Regulator – Schiff Insists No Evidence of Crime
Euro Pacific Bank, owned by Peter Schiff, has been suspended by Puerto Rico’s financial regulator. Schiff claims there is “no evidence of crimes”, warning that “accounts are frozen and customers may lose money”.
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