Crypto Mining Company Responds to Android Malware Outbreaks

A mining equipment company CEO has responded to issues raised by mining malware hacks infiltrating Amazon Fire software and Android devices saying that it is not representative of the industry. Talking to NewsBTC, he also said that more crypto mining companies are likely to get listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE).‘It Gives Crypto a Bad Name’NewsBTC reported yesterday that an app called ADM.Miner had been found on Android platforms, including the Amazon Fire TV, which used the hardware to mine cryptocurrencies. The app, which exploited systems that had the developer options enabled, would use up the majority of the processing power, causing the software to crash.Josh Riddlett, CEO of EasyCryptoHunter, and avid altcoin miner said:“It gives the cryptocurrency community a bad name. Inevitably, it is not representative of the industry. It has been done for ages and it will continue to be done.”Argo Blockchain has announced plans to raise £20 million ($26.8 million) to become the first crypto miner on the LSE. The money will be raised through an IPO and the company is set to be valued at around £40 million ($53.5 million). On this news, Riddlett said:Jihan Wu

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