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French multinational financial services company BNP Paribas is building a new blockchain platform to allow private companies to issue mini-bonds — short-term debt instruments issued by private companies to investors.
The bank’s custody arm, BNP Paribas Securities Services, is leading the new initiative at its new digital lab. Its blockchain will maintain a record of all mini-bonds issued through the platform, plus all information regarding ownership changes.
Marc Younes, head of business management at BNP Paribas Securities Services’ Innovation & Digital Lab, said:
“Blockchain technology is particularly suited to the fundraising needs of private companies as transactions volumes are typically lower than for listed companies. This technology could also serve to standardiZe processes around the trade lifecycle of mini-bonds.”
Additionally, the company said blockchain technology will provide security as well as speed and efficiency for financial transactions.
For the mini-bonds project, BNP Paribas has partnered with three French renewable energy crowdfunding providers: Lendosphere, Enerfip and Lumo.
Lendosphere launched in December 2014. It is a crowdfunding platform dedicated to energy and ecological transition including renewable energy, circular economy, green building, clean mobility, eco-technologies, and sustainable agriculture.
Enerfip launched in fall 2014. It also specializes in renewable energy projects including solar, wind, hydro, biomass and marine energy.
Created in 2012, Lumo is another crowdfunding platform dedicated to supporting renewable energy. In June, the company partnered with ElectriCChain to deliver SolarCoin to investors.
In April, BNP Paribas also partnered with investment platform SmartAngels to develop a pilot blockchain-based crowdfunding platform, which would allow companies to issue shares. The bank aims to launch the platform in the second half of 2016,...
Reddit ser DjPxH recently took to the Bitcoin subreddit to complain that digital casino BitStarz, a regulated entity of the Caribbean island Curacao, was withholding a recent sizeable win of around 5 BTC he had achieved. DjPxH wrote in distress: I don’t mind providing address, bill utility (as I already did), bank account statement, but […]
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The new director of blockchain consortium Hyperleder lays out plans going forward and makes clear that competitors will be expected to cooperate.
Synereo, the startup behind its namesake decentralized blockchain-based social network has burnt half its holdings of pre-mined AMPs, its native token cryptocurrency. Half of all existing AMPs have been destroyed by Tel-Aviv based blockchain startup Synereo in a move to relinquish its control of over half of the blockchain’s native currency. An aggregated amount of […]
Sports just got more exciting for a new reason – you can win money! Betting adds to the conviction of the purpose sports lovers have, when they view a game. A New Tune in the Sports Arena For sponsors of sporting action, bitcoin betting promotion is natural. For the layman, both the events seem to … Continue reading A New Slant to Bitcoin Betting Promotion
Over the past few weeks, there has been a significant interest in Monero. Not only did the alternative currency gain significant value in recent weeks, but it also got accepted on various darknet markets. The developers have announced a hard fork, which will bring several changes to the ecosystem. The Monero hard fork will go … Continue reading Upcoming Monero Hard Fork Lays Foundation For Complete Anonymity
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Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin gave a lengthy speech at Devcon2 this week focused on efforts to scale the protocol.
A Japanese TV show called “BitGirls” will begin next month with a cryptocurrency theme. The show will feature interactive blockchain voting and a crowdsale to be hosted on a Japanese exchange, Zaif. Viewers who want to participate will receive tokens and use them to vote for future show themes. The show is expected to raise […]
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Bitcoin cloud mining company Maximus Coin recently announced that it has moved its headquarters to Malta. The Czech-based firm, which offers 200-300% returns on principal Bitcoin cloud mining investments, cited risky Bitcoin laws as the major reason behind its decision. It explained how their services, which require people to deposit and withdraw notable amounts of … Continue reading Czech-based Maximus Coin Moves to Malta amid Bitcoin Regulation Issues
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Due to its anonymous features and technology, Monero is the first alternative cryptocurrency to get a place next to Bitcoin in the dark market scene. Since then, Monero has reached new heights in price, volume and network hashrate, meaning that, now more than ever, people are mining Monero and making use of its privacy features. The price has grown 8 times in less than 3 weeks and the global hashrate grew by 50%, which shows the influence that deepweb markets have in the cryptocurrency space and that they were ecensial for Bitcoin’s growth. Trade volume for Monero even surpassed Bitcoin on several ocasions during these past weeks.
Despite being chosen as the new currency of the deep web, using Monero alone may not be enough to stay anonymous, and its misuse may have disastorous consequences for its new user base, that now includes deepweb dealers and clients. That is why it’s important to keep up with updates and changes like the upcoming fork that is scheduled for the 21st of September. This hardfork means that Monero will switch from v2 blocks to v3, a change that will enforce coinbase transactions to be split in denominations to prevent unmixable inputs (dust) from being created, which is still possible in this type of transactions. Coinbase transactions are different from others because they are the transaction on which a newly created coin is sent to the user that mined the block, this change ensures that the people that are mining monero can stay 100% anonymous while doing so.
Although the v3 fork is scheduled for March 2017, it is still possible that some delays may occur due to the importance of the Ring Confidential Transactions feature, which is currently being tested. Future developments and research by the Monero team will include the creation of an official GUI (graphical user interface) wallet, Multisignature transactions, and Sidechains implementations.
Despite the controversy surrounding hard forks in the Bitcoin and Ethereum communities, Monero does not seem to share this problem as forks are implemented seamlessly, something that may change in the future as the community surrounding this altcoin grows.
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Ever since the inception of Bitcoin, there have been individuals and companies trying to discredit cryptocurrency. Some of them even go as far as setting up deliberate Ponzi Schemes to defraud Bitcoin investors. Such a scheme seems to be on the brink of collapse in Vietnam. Hundreds of people have been burned by this pyramid … Continue reading Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme Collapse Looms in Vietnam
One-third of ethereum's 'Holy Trinity' of protocols may soon pass a key milestone.
French bank BNP Paribas’ Securities Services, its custody arm, has unveiled a blockchain platform that will enable private companies to lend money to business using mini-bonds in exchange for company shares. In an announcement today, BNP Paribas has announced a new blockchain platform that will enable investors to issue mini-bonds for private company shares, as […]
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Key Highlights Ethereum classic price started to correct a few points higher this past week against Bitcoin and traded above 0.00205BTC. There is a minor bullish trend line formed on the hourly chart of ETC/BTC (data feed via Simplefx), which is currently providing support. The price is now above the 100 hourly simple moving average, … Continue reading Ethereum Classic Price Technical Analysis – Can ETC Hold Uptrend?
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PORTAL is the “Personal Onion Router To Assure Liberty”. Despite it being highly beneficial to OPSEC and it requiring just an old Raspberry Pi, it’s not that talked about.
With just one script, you can turn any old Raspberry Pi into a router specifically for the Tor network, meaning that when you’re connected to it, it will always send all of your traffic through Tor. The Raspberry Pi is a great option but it’s not the only one; You can do the same to any router with enough memory and space to install and run Tor, though that can be an issue which requires after-market hardware mods to achieve. PORTAL was created in 2012 by TheGrugq and its goal is to have you fail closed, which is the ability to fail safely behind the PORTAL, giving up no trace of your real IP. To achieve this, the PORTAL project creates a hardware separation between your computer and your WAN connection, and as a result your workstation simply doesn’t know what’s beyond your PORTAL. Your workstation cannot give up your real IP because it simply doesn’t know it.
Protection from Exploits
“Briefly, this payload connects to 188.8.131.52:80 and sends it an HTTP request that includes the host name (via gethostname()) and the MAC address of the local host (via calling SendARP on gethostbyname()->h_addr_list). After that it cleans up the state and appears to deliberately crash.” – Vlad Tsyrklevich
While PORTAL leaves the task of obfuscating your hostname and MAC address to you, it would have meant a Tor exit node querying that FBI server rather than your home IP address. Your MAC address and username might be enough to get you busted, but it’s much less likely when they’re not paired with your home IP.
Protection from Yourself
Aside from exploits, there have been notable cases such as the one of LulzSec, specifically Sabu, where his real identity was revealed by merely forgetting to use Tor just one time when he was connecting to a public IRC channel in which there were agents watching. As a result, he was arrested and made to decide that his best option was to turn into a rat for the FBI, which ultimately helped bring down the rest of his team, LulzSec. Logging into any nefarious accounts even once without Tor is enough to get you busted.
Why not a VPN too?
To further improve the usefulness and anonymity of your new PORTAL setup, you can easily pair it with a VPN. There’s an added freedom of being able to chain VPNs together with Tor, so that even if Tor itself is exploited, it would only reveal your VPN’s IP, which you would be connecting to via another instance of Tor. For example, if you were to run a VPN on your workstation computer, your connection would look like this:
WAN → [PORTAL] → Tor → [Workstation] → VPN → [Tor Browser] → Tor → deepdot35wvmeyd5.onion
However, this addition is not foolproof and may cause more harm than good if you allow the VPN to be connected to your person in any way. Paying with a method which isn’t associated with your pers...
Key Highlights ETH price spiked higher against the US Dollar during the past two days and registered good gains. There is a nice bullish trend line formed on the hourly chart (data feed via SimpleFX) of ETH/USD, which is acting as a buying zone. It looks like the price is again heading towards the last … Continue reading Ethereum Price Technical Analysis – ETH Buyers Enjoying Gains
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Paxful executives were arrested after Chief Technology Officer Artur Shaback engaged in the practice of "open carry" on the balcony of a private domicile. Police responded to this lawful activity by establishing a perimeter and taking Shaback in to custody along with Paxful Chief Executive Officer Mohamed Azab Yousseff and another yet man, Ivan Suhharev.
Following police violence that allegedly lead to the discovery of drugs the Paxful "executives" were released. The CTO and Suhharev face charges of "improper exhibition" relating to their constitutional open carry in the boundaries of a domicile. The CEO faces charges of hashish and cocaine possession with intent to distribute1 in a clear cut case of "Shrem's Bong" lowering another fringe "emerging technologies" addict into pederasty.
Peace in our time, for as another aspiring businessman once wrote before his life became unmanageable:
Twenty-two, and a veteran of foreign wars, I went home at last. I fancied myself a leader, for had not the men of my battery given me a special token of appreciation? My talent for leadership, I imagined, would place me at the head of vast enterprises which I would manage with the utmost assurance.
"Intent to distribute" in the Usistani vocabulary denotes a quantity of drug material or a manner of packaging drug material, and does not actually depend upon establishing an actual intent to distribute the drug material. ↩
BNP Paribas has announced its latest blockchain project will focus on 'mini-bonds' for small investors.
Bitcoin price is still pushing higher, but these gains could hinge on this week's top-tier market catalysts.
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OptionRally is an experienced binary options broker that was founded in 2011, a mere three years after this industry got started. Six years of experience may not sound like much, but this firm has focused on making its trading process, support, and the quality of informational and educational materials exceed what you might find as … Continue reading OptionRally – The Best Place to Trade Binary Options
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The quantity of energy Bitcoin mining consumes, and the related detrimental impact on the environment, is of great concern. Specifically, electricity continues to make up the largest cost associated with Bitcoin mining. Thanks to advances in quantum computing research, reductions in energy consumption and costs might be just around the corner.
In addition to Bitcoin’s block size debate, the high cost of mining — as well as its impact on the environment — constitutes a critical issue.
Mining provides an essential service to Bitcoin. Without miners, the Bitcoin network would collapse. To mine, miners must connect to the Bitcoin network, and sync miners or nodes. The job of the miners is to authenticate every transaction, build and keep all the historical blocks, and agree on which blocks to add to the blockchain.
For their work, miners receive a reward of 12.5 bitcoins per block.
Miners accomplish their task by computing multiple SHA-256 hashes. Performing these tasks requires miners to consume large amounts of energy.
From Bitcoin’s beginning, miners have tried various types of technology and hardware to reduce energy consumption. For example, individual miners started by using central processing units (CPUs). Successively, miners moved to graphics processing units (GPUs), field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), and application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs).
While each of these new technologies brought speed gains, they also increased the total hashing power of the network dramatically. The cost of specialized machines and the energy they consumed made mining mostly unprofitable for individuals.
As a result, mining has moved away from the individual miner and towards factory-scale mining centers.
Nevertheless, in spite of technological advances, the energy cost issue remains critical. “When determining where to set up a mining center, the three biggest considerations are: climate, cost of electricity, and network position. In particular, you need a cool climate so that cooling bills will be kept low. You need cheap electricity,” according to Professor Arvind Narayanan.
Thus, many bitcoin mining companies set up data centers in cold climate regions, or in countries with relatively cheap electricity. For example, as the Bitcoin Group stated, “Electricity is often the largest cost associated with Bitcoin mining, to minimize this Bitcoin Group actively seeks to operate in locations with low-cost electricity. A...
If not the price, there is something else that has already inched Bitcoin towards its ideal holiday location – the moon. Genesis Mining, a Bitcoin cloud mining provider, sent Bitcoin to space. As a part of its promotional campaign, the company conducted two successful Bitcoin transactions from the earth’s surface to somewhere 20 and 34 kilometres up in … Continue reading Bitcoin and Space: Genesis Mining Sends Bitcoin to Space
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The subject of Dark Net Markets (DNM) is considered taboo, and people often wonder how these markets operate from the inside. So, on September 16, a person decided to ask on the subreddit r/darknetmarkets what a day in the life of a DNM vendor was like. A few vendors decided to share their personal anecdotes on life as a dark net drug dealer.
DNM usage is on the rise, and the economy is significantly larger since the inception of the original Silk Road. On Friday, a few vendors shared their experiences of what it’s like to participate in these shadow markets.
One commenter, named “Vendurr” used a Reddit “burner account” to explain his day-to-day operations.
Vendurr says he makes roughly $200-300 thousand a year and is a one-man operation. His average day begins with waking up whenever he wants to, logging on and checking orders. In his “real life,” he says he’s a pretty honest and social person but has to keep his business a secret. He drives a “shitty car” and never tells people where he lives, believing this is the best opsec practice.
Typically, Vendurr keeps a week’s worth of product in his home but hopes that will change soon. He says at first he never tested his product but began using lately to stay “normal.” As far as the business aspect goes, he says he deals with some pretty “gangster people” and re-ups can be scary. When it comes to shipping out product, he says he takes his job very seriously. Venduur explains:
As far as selling you have to treat EVERY package with equal care. Someone who orders a $5 order could be more prone to negative feedback then a $1000 order and our feedback means EVERYTHING to us. I actually think great feedback is the best compliment someone can give me. This basically means stealth and shipping speed. I ship every order in a 24 hour window of when the customer places it, i’m constantly checking for new orders then ill go around town and drop them in blue boxes. Dropping off 15 packages is a great feeling, your work for the day is done.
The New York State Department of Financial Services recently released a draft dictating new cybersecurity regulations for finance sector. Hailed the first of its kind in the United States, it has received a fair share of criticism as well. The Bitcoin companies in the region come under NYDFS, which makes these new regulations applicable to them … Continue reading Companies Concerned about Rising Ransomware and Cyberthreats
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Ethereum’s price has been slowly increasing for the past ten days as the highly anticipated International Blockchain Week opens this evening around 2AM European time and around 10PM USA. Price reached a low of 0.018 on September the 8th. Since then it has been on the increase, reaching today a high of 0.0214, around $13, […]
Heading to Devcon2 yourself or watching the livestream? Here’s our round-up of the events on our schedule.
The Bank of England is known for its progressive outlook. On multiple occasions, representatives of the English Central Bank have hinted the use of digital currency and blockchain technology in the near future. They may have been referring to the recently announced plan to revamp the country’s interbank payment system all this while. In an … Continue reading Bank of England to Create Hybrid Intrabank Payment System, Includes Bitcoin Support
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Bitcoin price finally begins advance after a long wait and sideways crawl. This analysis is provided by xbt.social with a 3-hour delay. Read the full analysis here. Not a member? Join now. Bitcoin Price Analysis Time of analysis: 14h00 UTC Sunday Bitstamp 1-Hour Candle Chart From the analysis pages of xbt.social, earlier today: While the […]
Hyperledger, a cross-industry collaborative effort started by the Linux Foundation and joined by many banks, giant tech companies, blockchain specific companies and others, with the aim of developing an open source protocol for private blockchain use, has extended its hand to the public blockchain community in what appears to be an offer of partnership and […]
Fraud is an international business, albeit some countries seem more prone to criminal activity than others. Six Nigerians have been arrested and sentenced for their role in a US$40m fraud scheme. Although Bitcoin was not involved – from what we can tell – they used any other means at their disposal to defraud users all … Continue reading Bitcoin Not Involved In Major US$40m Fraud Scheme
A bomb exploded in a trash can near a United States Marine Corps charity race, and several hours later another bomb apparently exploded in the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea. No injuries were reported during the New Jersey explosion, and 29 injuries were reported in the Manhattan explosion. No further information is available at the moment. Peace in our time.
Seven members of $40 million international fraud conspiracy, which included everything from romance scams, to check fraud, to secret shopper schemes, to personal assistant work-from-home schemes, were sentenced last week in Gulfport, Miss.
According to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, some of the seven defendants were originally romance scammers who later became involved in counterfeit check fraud. The victims of the scheme were sent counterfeit checks with mystery shopper/personal assistant instructions. The phony checks would bounce after money was transferred to various locations around the U.S. and then to Nigeria. The defrauded were then left on the hook for the amounts of the checks as well as bank fees.
The six Americans and one Nigerian were apprehended as the result of a joint investigation between U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).
Guilty parties, Funso Hassan, 27, of Ibadan, Nigeria and Anthony Shane Jeffers, 44, of Maryville, Tennessee, were each sentenced to 10 years in prison. Ann Louise Franzen, 70, of Kiln, Mississippi; Gary Melvin Barnard, 64, of Palestine, Texas; Michele Gayle Fee, 55, of Stockton, California; Tanya Lynn Thomas, 52, of Turlock, California; and Shawn Ann White, 44, of Manteca, California, were each sentenced to the maximum for the charges: five years in prison.
U.S. District Judge Louis Guirola, Jr., of the Southern District of Mississippi also sentenced each defendant to three years supervised release after the prison terms, with restitution to be determined later.
Per court documents, two of the defendants (Hassan and Jeffers) admitted to conspiracy to commit identity theft and theft of government property along with use of mail and interstate facility to distribute proceeds of a racketeering activity as part of April 12 guilty pleas. Franzen, Barnard, Fee, Thomas and White had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit identity theft and theft of government property at a prior date.
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It is always good to see Bitcoin companies gaining the recognition they deserve. Get Paid in Bitcoin is an Australian company focusing its attention on salary services. The company has been nominated for an Innovative Startup Award, and voting is currently underway. Although this is not the most prestigious of events, it is still a … Continue reading Australian Startup Get Paid in Bitcoin Receives Award Nomination
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“Today you gave enough BTC – totally anonymously – to provide clean, safe water and sanitation facilities to an entire school AND for the monitoring and repair funds to keep it working for years to come,” says a message of appreciation posted on r/bitcoin Reddit page by a user bitcoinh20 on behalf of The Water […]
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The Hyperledger project is bearing fruits. Two participating companies in the Hyperledger Project, IBM and Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ have signed a contract to develop and use blockchain technology. A press release in this regard, issued by IBM, states that both the companies will be working together on automating inter-business transactions from next year. The … Continue reading IBM and Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Collaborate on Hyperledger based Pilot
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Who said it’s hard to find good help these days? If it has got anything to do with hacking or cyberattacks, darknet is the “go-to” place. One can find many “cyberattacks for hire” listings on deepweb marketplaces and forums. While it’s hard to vouch for their effectiveness, recent arrests in Israel prove that some of … Continue reading Professional DDoS Service vDOS Offline, Two Arrested
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This week’s summary of various cryptocurrency news and developments:
Ripple, the blockchain payments company, has raised $55 million
Back in the August we reported that huge tech giants such as Apple and Google valued Ripple’s technology over Visa, and now the company has managed to raise $55 million in its second major injection of cash coming in from existing investors such as Santander Innoventures and CME Group, as well as new investors such as consultancy Accenture, SCB Digital Ventures and Standard Chartered. Ripple is seen as an extremely exciting startup revolving around blockchain technology, as it is to allow banks to use such technology for international transfers, which will benefit the transactions in terms of speed and security.
iOS 10 brings in integrated social payments via Circle
The social payment system already exists in China, where companies such as Alipay (run by Alibaba) and Tencent allow users to pay for stuff with their phones. Now, iOS 10 has brought it to the west by integrating Circle into the the iMessage app, allowing users to send different kind of currencies such as euros, pounds, dollars and bitcoins to anyone within the app itself. Users will be able to create an account, link it do a debit card and send payments though SMS or MMS, as users will also have a widget to allow them to withdraw payments to a bank account. Even Android users will be able to receive the money, as they’ll receive a link, if they do not have Circle for Android.
The app continues to add new currencies, the newest one being the Chinese yuan. If the app does not support a specific type of currency, users will receive it in bitcoin that they’ll later on have to exchange.
Founder of Bitcoin Suisse AG claims European banks will offer bitcoin accounts soon
Niklas Nikolajsen, founder of Bitcoin Suisse AG – a recognized member of Swiss regulatory organizations with authorization to establish a network of bitcoin ATM’s in the country – now claims that European banks will soon start to offer bitcoin accounts. Niklas Nikolajsen claims this may happen even before the end of 2016, and that it won’t be exotic banks doing so. The step still seems unrealistic to some, as security and anonymity issues may arise.
BTCXchange, the first Romanian bitcoin exchange shuts down
Bad news for the community and for Romania, as BTCXchange, the first exchange to appear in the country is apparently shutting down as the owner, Horea Vuscan, has attempted to sell the business in light of the recent Bitfinex hack that made him worried about the security of bitcoin exchanges as a whole. Users were asked to withdraw their funds on the4th of September as the owners said they would accept purchase offers until the 16th of September. As of right, it is unclear whether or not the exchange, which owners claim is very profitable, was sold
Australia to lead international blockchain standards effort
The International Organization of Standardization (ISO) has been around since the 1940s and is composed of representatives from the standard-setting organizations of over 160 countries. Recently, the ISO has appointed an Australian group to spearhead technical committee developing standards for blockchain technology. In addition to Australia, oth......
Key Points Bitcoin price made a couple of strange moves against the US Dollar, and mostly struggled. There was a bullish trend line formed on the 4-hours chart (data feed from SimpleFX) of BTC/USD, which was broken during the downside move. The pair is currently forming a flag pattern, which may ignite the next move. … Continue reading Bitcoin Price Weekly Analysis – Can BTC/USD Recover?
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Key Highlights Ethereum price made many attempts recently to trade higher, but failed to sustain gains against the US Dollar. Actually, there is a major bearish trend line formed on the daily chart of the ETH/USD pair (data feed via SimpleFX), which is stopping gains. As long as the price is below it, the ETH … Continue reading Ethereum Price Weekly Analysis – Why ETH Struggling?
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The Japan Times reports that nearly half of unmarried adult Japanese men and women are virgins. Decades of social "reforms" have left the Japanese population docile to the point sex outside a marital contract rarely happens, and Japan's low birthrate suggests that even marital contracts to little to promote sex among those residents of Japan who managed to lose their virginity.
A similar though less developed trend of sexlessness is beginning to emerge in the young adult population in the United States, though rampant transmayogenderism complicates comparisons by as many young Americans can be visually identified as sexually defective from a distance. Japan's increase in obesity lags their growing sexlessness while American sexlessness lags their increasing obesity. The failure of the fundamental biological drive to "make baby" suggest deep defects at the societal and personal level in both cases.
Peace (by attrition) in our time.
Bitfinex has announced two ways for account holders to exchange their BFX tokens for a beneficial interest in Bitfinex parent firm, iFinex Inc.
Creating international blockchain standards will not be an easy feat. Australia is poised to lead the international discussions, as they will act as secretariat of a technical committee. The country has proposed this committee to the International Organization for Standardizations, which approved the idea. But what does all of this even mean for blockchain and … Continue reading Australia To Lead International Blockchain Standards Initiative
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GovRAT, one of the most prominent malware types target US government computers, has undergone some significant changes. Nearly a dozen high-profile advancements have been noted by security researchers. At the same time, obtaining this malware has become a lot easier. THe toolkit is listed on darknet markets for the price of US$1,600. While it is … Continue reading Criminals Can Buy GovRAT 2.0 Off The Darknet To Target US Government
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There is so much hype about cryptocurrencies at the moment, but some of them are for all the wrong reasons. Bitcoin is hailed as the future of the economy, at the same time there are complaints about its sustainability and volatility. Tiyo Triyanto, an Indonesian entrepreneur rightly says that Bitcoin is not for everyone in … Continue reading Unlike Fiat, Bitcoin Isn’t Meant for Everyone
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Time will tell how many customers will accept Bitcoin as a method of payment for their utility bills, says Enercity which announced on Friday, September 16 that Hanover residents can now pay for their energy use with the virtual currency. Enercity CEO, Dr. Susanna Zapreva, who made the announcement, said digitization has already been fixed […]
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