UTC-05:00,Friday , February 26th 2021
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  • 23:39 BTC Contracts See Longs Accounting For 50.54% In The Past 4 Hours

    Citing JGZ.com, as of 04:00 UTC on February 26, BTC contracts of the entire network in the past four hours were comprised of 50.54% longs and 49.46% shorts.
    Note: the ratio represents the proportion of positively-bought or positively.
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  • 23:30 Crypto Leaders Back MIT’s Four-Year Initiative To Harden Bitcoin’s Security

    The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Digital Currency Initiative has revealed a new “Bitcoin Software and Security Effort” intended to foster research into bolstering the Bitcoin network’s defenses.
    The open-source initiative has received support from a diverse group of crypto industry leaders, including Gemini’s Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, MicroStrategy’s CEO Michael Saylor, Square CEO Jack Dorsey, and major European digital asset manager, CoinShares.
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  • 23:30 US Energy Department Floats Solution To Illicit Crypto Mining Malware

    Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) are asking the private sector for help in commercializing a super-powerful cryptojacking detection algorithm that government officials believe can help datacenters overcome crypto-mining malware.
    Disclosed but sparsely described in a Feb. 23 contract opportunity, the technology can sniff out illicit mining software, which harness hosts’ spare computing power to mine cryptocurrencies with extreme accuracy. This detection software combats the “increasing threat” of burrowed cryptojacking malware, an expensive specter DOE said menaces data centers globally.
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  • 22:43 Cover Protocol Introduces Credit Default Swaps

    Cover Protocol announced to introduce Credit Default Swaps (CDS), a new DeFi coverage product that will expand on the smart contract coverage offering already available through Cover.
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