Bitcoin and its fellow cryptocurrencies are on their way to show the world one of the biggest ironies in the field of financial technology.
These assets, widely heralded as the future of FinTech, might turn back time and go old school courtesy of holders who are paranoid about protecting their investment from the bad guys who are out there to steal their hard-earned money.
After all, if losing $2 billion worth of crypto assets is not enough to make investors scratch their head and lose hours of sleep for protection, then we don’t know what is.
Bitcoin Hacking: A Growing Menace
The year 2021 was a lucrative year for crypto hackers as they were able to steal $3.2 billion worth of cryptocurrency, according to a Reuters report.
One would think that the figure is hard to surpass, but 2022 is shaping up to be a “bumper harvest” year of sorts for these cyber criminals.
According to the 2022 Crypt
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