According to CNBC, NATO has claimed the Peta ransomware attack that disrupted businesses and organizations in Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and many other countries earlier this week was perpetrated by a state actor. NATO said that the cyberattack could be interpreted as an act of war.

According to Deep Dot Web, a new report from Interpol has found evidence that illegal wildlife products are being offered for sale on the darknet. Researchers found 21 examples of products made from rhino horns, ivory, and other parts of various endangered species.

According to 8BTC, an ICO investor has lost more than $10,000 worth of ether after an ICO white paper sent to him turned out to be malware.

Digital currency exchange GDAX has published a third report on the flash crashed that affected their ETH-USD market on June 21. According to the report, the flash crash happened after a $12.5 million dollar sell order was placed for 39,300 ether.

Here on Crypto Insider, an article covering a video by Dogecoin creator Jackson Palmer on the topics of Ethereum and ICOs was published. The article covers the four different ways Palmer believes the Ethereum bubble could pop.

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