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If Blockchains Are So Secure, Why Is Everyone Getting Hacked?

If you keep up with cryptocurrency news, you have certainly heard about the cyber theft running rampant in the industry. According to CNBC, the total amount of stolen cryptocurrencies in just the first half of 2018 was $1.1 billion. With blockchains being touted as these amazing, impenetrable networks, you may be wondering how it is possible for so much crypto to get swiped.

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Serial entrepreneur, speaker, and author of Blockchain 101: Fundamentals of a New Economy. Former full time artist, also writes the occasional poem, story, etc.

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