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Recovery period for cryptocurrency postponed (again!)

I hate to be the bearer of bad news but victims by of Mt. The implosion of Gox still has to wait longer to get their refunds receive. The message comes after the trustee responsible for reimbursing users has again decided to extend the deadline for submitting claims. [19659003] In a statement released earlier this week, Nobuaki Kobayashi said a …

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Twitter's cunning political advertising ban costs little – and increases the pressure on Facebook | technology

Twitter's announcement to ban all political advertising has sparked a wave of calls to encourage Facebook to do the same. This despite the fact that Twitter's political promotion during the parliamentary elections this year included only 21 advertisers across the EU, according to the website's Transparency Report. Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey turned a weakness into a strength that …

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Eleven years ago, Satoshi Nakamoto released Bitcoin into the wild

Today eleven years ago, Satoshi Nakamoto – the person or persons responsible for the creation of Bitcoin – released the Cryptocurrency White Paper into the wilderness Das am Published October 31, 2008, the official paper titled "Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer E-Cash System" describes a novel, unchanging, decentralized peer-to-peer network that can be tracked and verified transactions during avoiding duplication and creating …

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Facebook locks accounts associated with Putin's allies to spread disinformation in Africa

Facebook, once an innocent tool for sharing information about your thoughts, has been increasingly used by governments to disseminate misinformation and manipulate elections – something that hundreds of technology giants have set out in an open letter week , which urged the company to reconsider its attitude to political adverts. As reported by The New York Times a Facebook-campaign linked …

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The Belgian Watchdog's list of fraudulent cryptocurrency companies is growing to 131 sites

The end of 2019 is looming and the world of cryptocurrencies has not changed. The Belgian Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) must warn Internet users against crypto currency fraud. Earlier this week, the FSMA released another update to their list of known cryptocurrency asset fraud, which apparently never stops growing. The Suspect The list of sites now includes alerts …

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