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Huobi gets green light as exchange provider in Australia

Gibraltar-based cryptocurrency exchange Huobi has received the regulatory greenlight to offer its services in Australia.

Configuring entropy source for OpenSSL

I’m using OpenSSL 1.0.2 and FOM 2.16 and am trying to figure out a way to draw entropy from Intel (RDRAND/RDSEED) if it’s available, and from the Linux OS (/dev/random or /dev/urandom) if it’s not. If I build OpenSSL with –with-rand-seed=rdcpu,os it tries to get entropy first from the Linux OS. I need it to::Listen

I’m using OpenSSL 1.0.2 and FOM 2.16 and am trying to figure out a way to draw entropy from Intel (RDRAND/RDSEED) if it’s available, and from the Linux OS (/dev/random or /dev/urandom) if it’s not. If I build OpenSSL with
–with-rand-seed=rdcpu,os
it tries to get entropy first from the Linux OS. I need it to try RDRAND/RDSEED first (for certification reasons), but fall back on the Linux OS if RDRAND/RDSEED isn’t available. Does anyone know a way to do this?

Huobi gets green light as exchange provider in Australia

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