With North Korea seemingly flexing its muscles in the crypto ecosystem, we reflect on its role and whether or not it’s pivoting to digital currencies to dodge sanctions.
Crypto gaming startup Animoca Brands worries it could be cut off from the financial system if it doesn’t block Russia-based users.
North Korea has denied it stole $400 million in crypto before rattling off a list of US cyberattacks, citing “Russian experts” and Newsweek.
If North Korean hackers start grinding play-to-earn crypto games like Axie, experts anticipate they’ll deploy code to automate in-game tasks.
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