Cryptocurrency tech is vulnerable to tampering, a DARPA analysis finds

A visual representation of the digital Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. A new report says the technology’s security is vulnerable. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

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Whether prices are up or down, for many investors in cryptocurrency, the real appeal is that there’s nobody in charge.

As the crowd chanted at the recent Bitcoin 2022 conference in Miami, it’s all about “Freedom!” By design, the system is meant to be from interference by banks, companies and governments.

But a new report finds that the decentralized system might not be working as well

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