A hacker account named “refundwallet” attacked EOS gambling DApp EOSCast’s contract (eoscastdmgb1) in the early morning of October 31.
Through a number of “fake EOS transfer variant” attacks, the hacker managed to steal a total of 63,014.1 EOS from the platform, according to data analysis from PeckShield, a blockchain security company.....https://cryptonewshub.com/articles/3432629
The article talked this in two aspects: “Fake EOS” Attack Gets More Sophisticated and After the Attack
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CNBC reported that the Bank of America (BoA) has estimated that blockchain could be a $7 billion market and provide a major boost to corporate giants such as Microsoft and Amazon.
Kash Rangan, BoA research analyst, told CNBC that Amazon is an example of world's largest corporations that could benefit from this technology:
"Amazon will benefit from incremental cloud services demand from Blockchain implementation, while improved supply chain tracking should make Amazon's retail operations more efficient."
Rangan advised however that there are many roadblocks yet to be overcome by this technology.
BoA included Oracle, IBM, Salesforce.com, and VMware, as well as major players from the real estate and mortgage industries such as Redfin, Zillow, and Lendingtree to benefit from blockchain.