Pop-Up Mobile Ads Surge as Sites Scramble to Stop Them

Until ad networks vet what comes through more closely, those redirect ads aren’t going...

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US Government to Sell Bitcoin Seized from Dark Web Dealer
Jan09

US Government to Sell Bitcoin Seized from Dark Web Dealer

The US government has been approved by a federal judge in Utah to sell 513 Bitcoin and 512 Bitcoin Cash seized from an investigation involving Aaron Michael Shamo, a dark web dealer. Also Read: Bitfury as Big Brother: Mining Company Tracks Bitcoiners 513 Bitcoin and 512 Bitcoin Cash The U.S government is expected to sell all crypto assets of Aaron Michael Shamo(Shamo)following his recent arrest, including approx....

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Bitcoin Adoption Continues to Thrive Within Africa’s Borders
Jan09

Bitcoin Adoption Continues to Thrive Within Africa’s Borders

According to multiple reports this week the decentralized currency bitcoin is still booming in many African countries. From South Africa to the Sub-Saharan region, citizens from all walks of life are finding bitcoin beneficial. This is making domestic cryptocurrency exchanges and peer-to-peer trading platforms’ volumes climb while digital currencies are also selling at a premium. Also Read: Bitmari Becomes First Bitcoin...

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South Korea to Cooperate with China and Japan on Regulation
Jan09

South Korea to Cooperate with China and Japan on Regulation

South Korean regulators are seeking cooperation with counterparts from Beijing and Tokyo to address cryptocurrency speculation. Six commercial banks have been targeted by Seoul authorities inspecting crypto trading. Korean experience is to help a possible trilateral approach to regulation. Also read: Vietnam Expedites Cryptocurrency Legal Framework – Ready End of January “Trial-And-Error” to Shape the Efforts The...

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TVAddons and ZemTV Ask Court to Dismiss U.S. Piracy Lawsuit
Jan09

TVAddons and ZemTV Ask Court to Dismiss U.S. Piracy Lawsuit

Last year, American satellite and broadcast provider Dish Network targeted two well-known players in the third-party Kodi add-on ecosystem. In a complaint filed in a federal court in Texas, add-on ZemTV and the TVAddons library were accused of copyright infringement. As a result, both are facing up to $150,000 in damages for each offense. While the case was filed in Texas, neither of the defendants live there, or even in the United...

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