Ledger Adds Bitcoin Bounty and New Data Security After Hack

Ledger Adds Bitcoin Bounty and New Data Security After Hack

Rogue actors at e-commerce partner Shopify exposed 20,000 new Ledger customer records, including emails, names, postal addresses and phone numbers.


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