North Korean State-Sponsored Hackers Are Trying To Steal Bitcoin To Evade Sanctions | CNBC



North Korea is trying to steal bitcoin and other virtual currencies to avoid sanctions and fund Kim Jong Un’s regime, according to a report.
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North Korean State-Sponsored Hackers Are Trying To Steal Bitcoin To Evade Sanctions | CNBC

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3 Thoughts to “North Korean State-Sponsored Hackers Are Trying To Steal Bitcoin To Evade Sanctions | CNBC”

  1. SAL

    Well, if there is one thing bitcoin is good at it's evading government sanctions, that's for sure.

  2. I finally found a reason to tip my hat to north Korea.

  3. what a twist, to scare peoples from bitcoin, you are stupid, blockchain can't be hacked .

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