Russia: demand for cryptocurrency transactions soared amid the COVID-19 pandemic
According to cybersecurity firm Qrator Labs, people in Russia are increasingly "interested" in cryptocurrencies. Specifically, in a study of cryptocurrency exchange traffic in Russia, the number of access to cryptocurrency exchanges has increased sharply in Russia, and crypto-related services are also "doing well." ra ”in recent times.
According to published data, in the last week of March, the traffic on cryptocurrency exchanges in Russia increased by 5.56%, much higher than the February average. In addition, traffic in Russia on the foreign exchange market also increased by about 3%, the report note
In addition to the noticeable increase in traffic to Russian cryptocurrency exchanges, Qrator Labs also warned of an increase in DDoS attacks over the past time.
According to the report, the number of denial-of-service attacks, or DDoS attacks, targeting cryptocurrency exchanges has skyrocketed to 486%, which is extremely high compared to the past. In this situation, cryptocurrency exchanges in Russia are implementing many measures to protect their networks to ensure that users are not affected during access.
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