Daily Archives: April 26, 2019

Say it ain't snow: Winter storm to pound 4 million people across 1,200 miles of Midwest this weekend

A potent late-April snowstorm is forecast to dump up to 9 inches of snow across a 1,200-mile stripe of the Midwest and Great Lakes states over the weekend.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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It Looks as if Another Darknet Market Era Is Coming to an End

n nn nn Major darknet markets come and go in eras, so it seems, and the current one may be ending.Two of the biggest digital black markets seem to be disappearing, both at the same time. While it is notoriously hard to find reliable information about the status of these highly illegal endeavors, messages on darknet-specific forums like Dread and ...

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Austria Considers Establishment of Fintech Regulatory Sandbox

The Ministry of Finance in Austria is considering establishing a regulatory sandbox for the fintech sector Cointelegraph.com News

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Ripple Reports Major Growth in XRP Sales in First Quarter

American financial technology firm Ripple, which is responsible for the development of the cryptocurrency XRP, has declared its fiscal first-quarter results. The company, which was founded in 2012, is the largest holder of XRP, the third biggest cryptocurrency in the world, and is based in San Francisco, California. It has offices located around the world. The currency XRP, in itself, ...

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The Ethereum Name Service Is Turning Nearly 300,000 .ETH Domains Into NFTs

Ethereum’s domain registration service is gearing up for major changes, including faster registration, tradeable domains and an annual fee. CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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Marco Polo Onboards Three New Members to Its Trade Finance Network

DLT-based trade finance network Marco Polo has added BayernLB, Helaba, and S-Servicepartner to its network Cointelegraph.com News

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Here’s What We Know About the Bitfinex and Tether Issue

On Thursday, April 25, reports surfaced that The New York Attorney General’s office is looking into Bitfinex. Specifically, NYAG Letitia James said she had received a court order against iFinex Inc., which is the company behind Bitfinex. The order told them to stop breaking New York law. Here’s what we know. The Bitfinex and Tether Issue: April 2019 According to ...

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Uncle Sam on Instagram: How Army adapts recruiting pitch for Gen Z

Arleth Aguilar had mulled the idea of joining the military for several years by the time her half-brother enlisted in the Army earlier this spring. The unexpected humor intrigued her enough to begin trading messages with the recruiter, Sgt. 1st Class Dario Franco. For Ms. Aguilar, who lacked phone service at the time, the ability to ask questions via the ...

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