The hijack and why it’s risky to hold cryptocurrency in a webapp

Lesson 1: Attackers are becoming more sophisticated.

Source: https://imgur .com/a/bh6p4DQ via MickySocaci

Lesson 2: It’s risky to store cryptocurrency in a webapp.

We’re building a desktop app instead.

More soon!




Founder/CEO at Commonwealth Crypto.

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