Not only are Bitcoin wallets and exchanges vulnerable to security breaches but the heart of bitcoin i.e. Blockchain can easily be infected b...
Bitcoin’s blockchain is designed such that it also allows injection of non-financial data through data insertion methods. This data can be either text messages or pictures up to 60-90 KiB in size or more by encoding arbitrary data as standard transactions.
Among popular images stored in bitcoin’s blockchain are: JPEG image of Nelson Mandela, two nude images of child abuse (which I can’t share) and an image of Mr. Burns that says “Don’t Forget You’re Here Forever.”
Both images were released inside research paper on data insertion in Bitcoin’s Blockchain
Note that Mr. Burns is a recurring character of the animated television series The Simpsons. This cartoon show is in other words a medium of message broadcast for the elites to mind program masses with future predictions and events to occur.
Famous predictions of Simpsons Family include the burning of twin towers i.e. 9/11 and Donald Trump becoming the President of USA.
Simpsons predicted 15 years ago that Donald Trump will win the election campaign and will become the US President.
And now with the message that you are here forever through a Simpsons character, it is very clear that the Elite’s have some long lasting plans with Bitcoin.
If you can store 60-90 KiB pictures inside blockchain then how difficult would it be for someone figuring out a way to store a permanent malware in blockchain, thus infecting millions of computers across the globe.
In 2015 Interpol sent out an alert saying that
“The design of the blockchain means there is the possibility of malware being injected and permanently hosted with no methods currently available to wipe this data. This could affect ‘cyber hygiene’ as well as the sharing of child sexual abuse images where the blockchain could become a safe haven for hosting such data.
It could also enable crime scenarios in the future such as the deployment of modular malware, a reshaping of the distribution of zero-day attacks, as well as the creation of illegal underground marketplaces dealing in private keys which would allow access to this data.”
This shocking research was unveiled at the Black Hat Asia 2015 event in Singapore.