BTC Never Again to See $20k?? || New Malware Warning || Heads up: SushiSwap and Polkadot

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This week, we have a warning about a new malware targeting Bitcoin and a look at whether BTC will ever again reach the $20k mark.

First, a new type of malware has been discovered that is specifically targeting Bitcoin users. The malware is called “CryptoShuffler” and it is designed to steal Bitcoin from unsuspecting users who are using it for transactions.

The malware works by replacing the Bitcoin address that is being used for the transaction with the address of the attacker. This means that if you are transferring Bitcoin, the attacker could potentially intercept your transaction and steal your Bitcoin.

It is important to be aware of this threat and take steps to protect yourself. Make sure that you are using a secure wallet and that you are only transferring your Bitcoin to addresses that you know and trust.

Next, we turn to the question of whether Bitcoin will ever again reach the $20k mark. The current market sentiment seems to be that it is unlikely that Bitcoin will ever reach the same level as it did in December 2017.

However, as we have seen in the past, the cryptocurrency market is highly volatile and anything can happen. Many analysts believe that if institutional investors start to take a more active role in the cryptocurrency market, then it is possible that Bitcoin could reach the $20k level again in the future.

Finally, the decentralized exchange SushiSwap and the blockchain platform Polkadot both have been making headlines this week. SushiSwap has seen a massive influx of liquidity in the past few days and is now one of the most popular DEXs in the space. Polkadot is also making waves with its upcoming launch of the Polkadot-Ethereum bridge.

That’s all for this week. Stay tuned for more news and analysis from Crypto News Alerts!

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