The habit of charging the smartphone anywhere can make you a victim of hacking. This can also empty your bank account. Police has advised people not to charge their phones in public places like bus stands, railway stations, small restaurants and charging stations. With this you can become a victim of juice jacking or charger hacking.
The move comes nearly two years after PayPal opened up its platform to digital currencies. The platform had started allowing customers to buy, sell and hold bitcoin, ethereum, bitcoin cash and litecoin in October 2020. Since last year, the crypto market has seen a surge of investor interest with large venture investors.