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News and rumors LIVE: Man Utd outcast Sanchez eyes January move to PSG

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Spurs to beat Arsenal to Almiron signing Tottenham is set to beat rivals Arsenal to the signing of Atlanta United star Miguel Almiron, according to Futbol a lo Grande. The attacking midfielder had strongly linked with the Gunners, but the report claims that €25 million (£22m/$28m) will be enough to land the Paraguayan. Schweinsteiger's Fire future unsure Chicago Fire midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger could be playing his last match for the club on Sunday. The German told the Chicago Tribune that he didn't know if he would be back with the club next season. "That’s a question for the general manager or the owner,” he said. The Fire suffered through a season that, with one match remaining, saw the club pick up just eight wins and a recent release by the player's union shows that Schweinsteiger is the fourth-highest paid player in the league. Madrid make a last-ditch run at Pochettino Real Madrid is making a desperate late run at Tottenham boss Mauric

Two Cryptocurrency Scams In 2018 North Korea Allegedly Backed

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According to a new report from a US-based security company, the future noted, released on October 25, the North Korean government will sponsor at least two fake documents. In a report titled "Changes in Internet Forms of Use to Discover Adaptive and Innovative North Korean Governing Elections," the Recorded Future Research Group, Insikt Group, mentions two allegations of North Korea-related fraud. The first fake coin allegedly being protected by North Korea is Interstellar. She discovered the Insikt Group in June 2018 Drama had been renamed several times under different names, such as Hold, HUZU or Stargate. Aforementioned should not be confused with the XLM tag. According to the report, the HOLD piece was entered on a series of cryptographic exchanges and removed from the list, which ended up fooling the investor into fraud. The other fake money called the Marine Chain was discovered in the "two Bitcoin Forums" in August 2018. This piece, which wou

Trade Organization Head Says Cryptocurrency Is ‘Illegal’ In India

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The head of a business organization, a non-profit Indian said cryptocurrency was "illegal" and called on companies to follow the law, local daily Hindu reported on Thursday, October 25th. Debhani Ghosh, President of the National Software and Business Services Association (NASSCOM), quoted by Hindus, saying cryptocurrencies are illegal from the NASSCOM standpoint. NASSCOM is a nonprofit professional association of over 2,000 member companies for Indian IT outsourcing and business process industry. "This is the state right, and we have to work with it," Ghosh said on the "illegal" status of the crypto-currency. She added, "If they disagree, we have to go back to power and explain why the cryptocurrencies are not accurate." However, Ghosh emphasized that the "illegal" status crippled the result of government failure in the pace of innovation: "However, the genius of this problem lies in the failure to create a policy to

Vodafone 5G test is first to ditch 4G entirely

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Having successfully hosted a live holographic chat session at 5G, Vodafone has now launched its leading 5G trial period in Manchester. Salford's first place in the UK is to leave 4G completely and transfer data from the Internet to the phone via the 5G network. Of course, users in the region will not necessarily notice improvements in their services as their phones will still be limited to 4G connectivity, but the network itself only uses 5 G bandwidth. Previous EE 5G test in London also used part of its 4G network. Vodafone's 5G trials will soon expand to other cities in the UK. He will break up what he calls the "Complete 5G" in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Liverpool, and London. In 2019, Vodafone also plans to activate 5G technology in Scotland Plateau, Cornwall, and the Lake District. The next few parts will follow. 5G phones will begin to be available early next year. The recently announced Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 is 5G compatible and

New Palm device is coming to the UK too, but what is it?

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A few months ago, the new Palm phone attracted a lot of interest. But when officially released in mid-October, it turned out that it was not even a phone at all. Palm is a connected device that syncs with your existing smartphone and performs specific daily tasks without having to remove the handset. It's a laptop that you do not basically wear. A smart clock that is not a clock. Vodafone has announced that it will only bring it to the UK and Verizon will be home to the United States. The Palm is a credit card size, a 3.3-inch HD screen, a Qualcomm 435 octa-core processor and a front and rear 12 and 8-megapixel cameras, respectively. It launches Android 8.1 and accesses many of Google's features and applications through a customized user interface. It has a nano-SIM card that can not be removed and assigned to a supported operator. Resistant to water and dust IP68, with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on the front and back. The parent company, TCL, therefore th

US Court Dismisses Alleged BCH Insider Trading Lawsuit Against Coinbase

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US Court Dismisses Alleged BCH Insider Trading  Lawsuit Against Coinbase Coinbase, the leading US provider of encrypted portfolios and wallet trade, received another proposal for a resignation due to alleged internal business to launch Bitcoin Cash (BCH) support last year, according to documents published on October 23. District Judge Vince Chhabria, the Northern District of California court, concluded that the applicant, Jeffrey Berk, residing in Arizona, "did not sufficiently explain the legal basis of her claims in her lawsuit. The original class of anti-stock market in March, Berk Coinbase represents all customers who "suffered a loss of money due to a" failure "on the stock market due to the launch of the BCH support in December. 19th - 21st December 2017 Berk claimed that employees of Coinbase and other insiders used non-disclosure-based transactions, stating that: "On December 19, 2017, a month after informing its employees that it beg

2019's foldable phone will be 5G Huawei confirms

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Huawei again confirmed that the smartphone is in development, which should be launched in 2019 and that it will also be a 5G handset. General Manager of Mobile Branch Richard Yu earlier discovered that a folding screen phone was developed, which could be an alternative to a traditional notebook. Recently, Digital Trends has said it will be one of the first to adopt 5G technology: "We're working on folding phones, 5G retractable phones," he said. Following is an interview for September on the German Welt website. Yu explains that soon there will be foldable screens: "Why do you always use the computer?" Presumably, because the smartphone screen is too small for you. "We'll change that." It is conceivable that the screen can be opened. , "He said. "We're already doing this - you will not even have to wait another year." The company also officially announced that it would also produce 5G phones starting in 2019, alth

After Current Edits, Russian Draft Bill Lacks Core Crypto Terms

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Russian deputies have removed the definition of mining cryptography from the Digital Currency Regulation law before the next reading in the State Duma, local news agency Interfax reported on October 19th. Therefore, the new law will not clarify the tax problems of juveniles. President of the Financial Markets Committee, Anatoly Aksakov, briefly explained the reason for the deputy's decision to eliminate the key term "crypt" from the law: "We had some thoughts about Bitcoins about their integration into our economic system, but as we decided we did not need these ambiguous Bitcoins, we do not need mining." If the law defined crypto-extraction, then it should be described as a cryptocurrency, Aksakov Interfax said. He added that it would be "stupid" to include mining into regulations proposed by the government. He said that mining should be subjected to supervision by the tax authorities, if necessary. It is not clear for now whether the tok

Five Years in Prison For Russian Accused of Hacking Public Servers to Mine Bitcoin

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Russian 21-year-old Siberian town Kurgan is facing criminal prosecution for illegal work by Bitcoins (BTC) through servers belonging to the government, local news agency Ura reported. On Tuesday, October 16, citing the Office of the Regional Security Council. Service (FSB). The investigation has shown that a man has collapsed public administration servers from three Russian regions. The violation was discovered when the Department of Internal Security of Yaroslavl found that the intruder attempted to crash the equipment. The alleged hacker then charged with intentional use of the software "neutralizes" the defence of the computer network "in interest". According to this article, he could take up to five years in prison if he was convicted. As earlier Cointelegraph wrote in the review of illegal mining, stealing or illegally obtaining electricity that is then used to extract often a crime of imprisonment rather than mining itself even. For example, in

“99 Percent of Cryptocurrencies are Worth Zero” Nouriel “Dr. Doom” Roubini

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New York-based economist Nouriel Roubini predicted a financial crisis in 2008 when only a few thought it might be a threat to the current course of the event. Harvard alumni and current professor at the NYC Stern School of Business, Mr. Roubini has always criticized the crypto and blockchain industry. On October 11, 2018, he testified at a congressional hearing at Capitol Hill in Washington, warning American senators against "the mother or father of all the scams and bubbles" - crypto. We met Mr. Roubini at BlockShow Americas in Las Vegas and explained why he did not believe in smart deals; he thought Ethereum was a fraud, and he might want to try the industry again. To be "against" the crypto industry "I'm not against [yes], I'm open to any innovation, but I'm a specialist in financial crises and bubbles. And I've become famous in predicting the global financial crisis - breaking this bladder. I can see the bubble when one - a

Three Crypto Promoters That US Regulator Issues Cease Orders Against

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Karen Tyler North Dakota Securities Commissioner has issued and stopped orders against three companies for allegedly offering unregistered and fake securities in the form of the Initial Offer of Parts (ICO), according to a statement released on October 11. The companies at the center of the order are Crystal Token, Advertizes Holdings (Pty) Ltd. and Life Cross Coin a / k / a LifecrosscoinGmbH. According to the statement, the Crystal Token (CYL) is the ERC-20 "Scalable Multiuser" token, which promises gains up to 2% per day. The Token website contains false claims about "overly unjustified" return on investment. CYL is not allowed to sell securities in North Dakota. Advertizes Holdings offers a cryptocurrency known as "Tizacoin" or "TIZA" and claims that owners "can expect to benefit from TIZA chip valuation." This, according to the regulator, suggests that the description of the tag as a user token is inaccurate and fairly safe

It Can Take UK Two Years To Get Crypto Regulations

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Jeff Kaufmann, director of UK law firm Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC), said the introduction of UK market regulation of cryptocurrency could take two years, according to a press release. PRC released on October 11th. RPC is a London-based law firm and an insurance company with offices in Bristol, Singapore, and Hong Kong, employing 720 people, including more than 80 partners and 330 other lawyers. Since 2014, the company has been appointed law firm three times a year. Kaufmann said it would take about two years to implement the regulation of the cryptography market in the United Kingdom, as the proposals presented in a recent report by the Treasury Board of the UK Treasury ahead. Kaufmann points out that previous events have shown that even minor changes in the current regulatory system can take years. According to Kaufmann, the introduction of new regulations would involve greater involvement of the country's financial supervisory body, the FCA, which would raise conce

Indian Gov’t Is ‘Assessing’ the Launch of own Cryptocurrency

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The Indian government "estimates" the ability to issue state crypt valued, sources told local daily Quartz India on Wednesday (October 10th). An unnamed "top official" told Quartz that the government had set up a panel to deal with cryptic and blockade issues. If, according to the local source, the government seeks to "stimulate" the block-chain studies, the launch of state-protected cryptography is only an option to consider. The source also said that the panel would discuss new changes to the current cryptocurrencies. One of the proposals is to possess a cryptocurrency without the government's approval of a criminal offense. The panel was formed in December 2017 by the Indian Ministry of Finance to discuss cryptographic regulations in the country, says Quartz. It is required to report by the end of 2018. The Reserve Bank of India (IRB) announced for the first time the ban on providing banking services to crypt valued users at the beg

Syria A War-Torn Country Uses Crypto to Power an Anarchist State

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A region that counts 4 million people in northern Syria turns to the cryptocurrency to overcome economic sanctions. The Guardian, also known as the Democratic Federation of Northern Syria, has spent the last six years in the war for its territory. Now, in times of fragile peace, the country is subject to economic sanctions on all sides - Turkey, Iran, Syria and Iraq. In the midst of this uncertainty, however, those who support the state put a new emphasis on monetary independence. Since the principal currency is Syrian lira, which is also the main currency of the Syrian state (and the main enemy of Rojava), cryptocurrency motion could be an "alternative," said Erselan Serdem, head of the technology development program in the country. Parallel to the system of autonomous municipalities, Rojava plans to set up a new technology academy, with a special emphasis on cryptography and cryptography, said Serdem. Amir Taaki, one of the first Bitcoin developers who fought in th

Crypto Exchange YoBit Starts Pump Scheme

YoBit's cryptocurrency transaction will execute the pumping scheme on random coins, according to a tweet on October 10th. The pumping and disposal system is a form of a fraud trying to inflate the property price through erroneous or false recommendations artificially. In addition to releasing a tweeted tweet scheme, the exchange has issued a countdown timer for 'YoBit pump' on its website. YoBit is a Russian digital exchange founded in 2015 that allows access to hundreds of digital currencies. The trading platform has been published several times in reports about suspicious activities and problems with users trying to withdraw funds from their portfolios. According to CoinMarketCapu, YoBit's trading volume is around $ 28 million. The community reacted quickly. Some users asked if YoBit's Twitter account was dropped, while others had accused the company of fraudulent activity. User @Altcoinbuzzio wrote: "... It seems Yobit is serious about it, amaz

United Arab Emirates to Allow ICOs

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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) announced their intention to introduce new rules that would allow initial money as a method for collecting funds for domestic companies. The intent is to be introduced in 2019, and new rules will allow companies to capitalize through the encrypted sale of tokens as alternatives to traditional methods such as IPO, according to a Reuters report released on Monday. Obaid Saif al-Zaabi, chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission, announced the news: "The Board of Directors of the Emirate for Securities and Commodities has approved the idea that ICOs are considered values, and according to our plan should have a regulation on the ground in the first half of 2019." The draft rules for the ICO are already being drafted by the regulator in co-operation with external consultants, Zaabi said, adding that he also worked on the Abu Dhabi and Dubai stock exchanges on the digital platform for new digital assets. Reuters reports t

Report on ICO Rules by 2019 by European Securities Regulator

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European regulators determine whether to regulate the initial supply of money (ICO) as a sale per case, Reuters reported on Monday. European Commissioner for Securities and Markets (ESMA) Steven Maijoor told the Committee on Economic Affairs of the European Parliament that some OICs look like financial instruments that will put them in a certain regulatory framework. However, the regulator continues to analyze the best way to regulate ICOs that do not fall into this category. He told the board: "The next question is what we do with ICOs that are not part of the regulatory world; we will evaluate it as advisory and plan to report by the end of the year." The news appears less than a week after ESMA announces plans for more than a million euros worth of billing for cryptocurrencies and other fine gas activities next year. As mentioned above, the annual work program of the Agency for 2019 amounted to EUR 1.1 million for activities aimed at financial innovation

Bitcoin 'Breakthrough'

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Some call it "breakthrough," others call it "network attack." Such a prevailing opinion that led to a long wait for Mark Friedenbach's discussion of Bitcoin's Lime Growth, where Blockstream co-founder introduced for the first time "Forward Blocks," a proposal that future bitcoin changes - such as increasing block size or changing evidence work - it's easier to do. This is a great statement that was surrounded by secrecy in the weeks leading up to the event, as it provokes fundamental perceptions that are widely distributed within the community of Bitcoins. The main among them is the claim that significant changes can make Bitcoin a compatible way, without the need for each user to upgrade their software. One of the problems - the fact that many users of bitcoins use the protocol to obtain the kind of sovereignty over their money and that the mandatory software changes primarily affect that control - has long been a threat to the change

Chinese University Proposes To Manage Blockchain

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An important Chinese university offers blockchain technology as the best way to manage web domains. According to a patent application issued on Thursday by the US Patent and Trademark Office, the Shenzhen Bachelor's University University in Beijing studies how the "distribution chain" can improve the security and efficiency of business management. The first level (TLD). Although the current standard Internet domain name system is already based on a distributed system, there are "technical issues," the team says. For example, the current server distribution called root is unclear in the world. As a result, the deposit indicates: "Internet users in Asia have a considerably slower domain name resolution than users in North America. In case of a server root failure in Asia, more than 20 million requests by users seeking a domain name resolution will be affected. Significantly less reliability in solving Asian domains ". The "invention&quo

US Seek Stronger Sanctions on Venezuela's Cryptocurrency

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The bipartisan group of US senators calls for stricter sanctions against cryptocurrency supported by the Venezuelan state, known as the Petro. The law, known as the Humanitarian Aid Act, the Rebuilding and Rule of Law from Venezuela in 2018, covers a number of areas related to Venezuela, including humanitarian aid from Venezuelan migrants and efforts to support the "renewal of democracy" in the country for a long time of economic crisis. Bill sponsored by Senator Bob Mendendez, Marco Rubio, Bill Nelson, John Corny, Dick Durbin, David Perdue, Ben Cardin, Ted Cruz, Tim Kaine, Michael Bennet, and Patrick Leahy. It was first introduced on September 24th. Includes a section reflecting the decree signed in March by US President Donald Trump, who imposed oil sanctions last year, presented by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Controversial cryptocurrency has attracted criticism and condemnation from some quarters, while the government itself has been trying to implement i

Rapper Soulja Boy Brags About Bitcoin

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The famous rapper Soulja Boy could be a bitcoin hodler. The 28-year-old musician, perhaps best known for his debut single "Crank That," debuted a new song on bitcoin in his latest album, "Young Draco." Simply called "Bitcoin," the track describes how Soulja "earned [1] million dollars in Bitcoins" after obviously bought $ 6,000. "Damn it, that's a crazy man of cryptocurrencies," he began, continuing: "I made 100 bitcoin stands (bit) You can catch me in capturing with bitcoin (bit) You can see me performing bitcoin (yes) I've spent 6000 on bitcoin " (Urban dictionary defines "100 police" as 100,000 USD.) Soulja later said she could pay tranche passports, or at least her earnings from her funds ("I'm working on the show [?] I feel ... launching a cryptographic tape"), and before sending me a PayPal transaction and requesting for cash. It also refers to the ownership of lite

EU Regulator Budgets €1.1 Million to Monitor Cryptos

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The EU Financial Market Authority has revealed that it has allocated more than a million euros to track cryptocurrencies and other liquidity activities in 2019. As stated in its 2019 annual work program - September 26, but released today - European Securities and Markets (ESMA) state its main priorities for the next year and determine its level of staff regarding budget and staff in major areas activities. The agency explains in its statement that under its economic protection mandate the economic bloc "pays special attention" to financial innovation, including cryptographic assets, adding to the problems and risks associated with these activities. It also helps in aligning regional regulatory initiatives to market surveillance and promoting best practices, including providing advice or suggesting "relevant actions as needed." The primary objective of ESMA for the next year, he says, is: "Establish a coordinated approach to regulation and managemen