Now, hacking into a hardware wallet is very hard, but luckily for the engineer whose investment had grown to $2m since he originally
placed down $50,000 in 2018, he had been able to secure help from a talented hacker. Long story short, the funds were recovered. If you are reading this from a McDonald's outlet waiting on your order, you might be interested in finding out that Elon Musk is back at the DOGE
again. In the latest salvo of support, the maverick tech entrepreneur has called on America’s favorite fast-food chain, McDonald's, to start accepting DOGE as a viable payment method.
Taking to Twitter, Musk said: “I will eat a Happy Meal on tv if @McDonalds accepts Dogecoin.” Twitter is a known medium for Musk when it comes to issuing opinions on the crypto market, which often end up swinging the market and setting it on a growth trajectory.
Uniswap founder, Hayden Adams, had a bad turn of fortune earlier this week when he reported that JPMorgan Chase had frozen his crypto accounts without prior notice. Crypto regulation is changing quickly and such incidents are not new, but they have a somewhat reasonable explanation. Banks are skittish and even though Chase has been happy to take on crypto holdings and secure them for its clients, it has not always been willing to come through.
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