'Bad things could happen': Turning to tech to tame the crypto jungle

By Tom Wilson

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With country currency going digital and merchant retailers seeing the advantage of instant payments. Digital currency is here to stay and spurs innovation. AI will be included in the digital currencies market for security and mining.

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The cleverest hackers will get rich by hacking and stealing digital money (cryptocurrency) from cryptocurrency exchange. The hackers have stolen total $ 1.7 billion from cryptocurrency exchange in 2018 according to report from CipherTrace.

I wish I was a tech savvy guy. Our generation does not have a computer in classroom and even in University. We only heard about the Columbia University has IBM super computer. We don't know what Computer looks like. Today young people are very lucky and they do not need to work like the older generation if they are clever and intelligent. Cryptocurrency was a safe heaven for criminals, criminal organizations and an easy target for hackers. It's also the terrorist supporters do not need to worry about trace by a government intelligence agency when they send money to terrorist groups as well.

Increasing use of digital money among the criminal organizations and perhaps, terrorist groups, the Governments also need to speed up innovation of their intelligence method and technology.

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