Phishing attack against Trezor, the growing number of Bitcoin ATMs, crypto regulation in Eastern Europe, ECON's report and Ron Paul's opinion
- Trezor has issued a warning to clients about an appeared phishing attempt against its users. A fake Trezor Wallet website was served to some users who attempted to access the legitimate address (wallet.trezor.io).
- The number of Bitcoin ATMs are popping up in poor inner-city neighborhoods in the US: there are 80 Bitcoin ATMs in the Detroit area and 2,032 across the country.
- The complexities surrounding crypto regulation in different parts of Eastern Europe: from Belarus’ utopian crypto heaven to Macedonia’s ban.
- The European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) has released a 30-page report on cryptocurrency entitled ‘Virtual currencies and central banks monetary policy: challenges ahead’ underlining that cryptocurrency is unlikely to take the place of fiat currency, even in the long term.
- Ron Paul, a former US presidential candidate, is now openly contemplating the prospect that a combination of gold and cryptocurrencies could eventually replace the U.S. dollar.