How to Share Your Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and Spotify Accounts the Safe Way

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G20 Kicks Off 2020 Discussion on Cryptocurrencies — Urges Countries to Apply FATF Standards
Feb24

G20 Kicks Off 2020 Discussion on Cryptocurrencies — Urges Countries to Apply FATF Standards

The G20 finance ministers and central bank governors had their first 2020 meeting this weekend in Saudi Arabia. They discussed cryptocurrencies and stablecoins, and issued a statement urging countries to implement the cryptocurrency standards set by the Financial Action Task Force. They were also informed that the Financial Stability Board will soon issue its crypto regulatory responses. Also read: Regulatory Roundup –...

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Shopify Joins Libra While Quitter Vodafone Advertises Bitcoin on Facebook
Feb24

Shopify Joins Libra While Quitter Vodafone Advertises Bitcoin on Facebook

Facebook’s coin project, Libra, continues to draw attention despite setbacks, including a shrinking pool of backers and a growing number of worried regulators. But now with JP Morgan seeing potential for the social network’s cryptocurrency and e-commerce giant Shopify joining the Libra Association, its chances might have improved. Although, assuring governments that Libra won’t undermine their monetary authority and...

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IOTA Network Down for 11 Days – Devs Claim Mainnet Will Be Operational Next Month
Feb24

IOTA Network Down for 11 Days – Devs Claim Mainnet Will Be Operational Next Month

The IOTA network has been down for approximately 11 days and the IOTA Foundation doesn’t expect the mainnet to be reactivated until March 2. On February 14, our newsdesk reported on the beginnings of the IOTA outage, when the network status page indicated that it was down. The page still warns IOTA’s mainnet is “not operational” and there’s a number of updates from the developers about the alleged Trinity...

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$30M Bitcoin Cash ‘SIM Hack’ Sparks Wild Crypto Tales With Vague Sources
Feb24

$30M Bitcoin Cash ‘SIM Hack’ Sparks Wild Crypto Tales With Vague Sources

On February 21, the crypto Twitter commentator Dovey Wan published a series of tweets about an alleged SIM card hack that purportedly saw the loss of $30 million in bitcoin cash. The story stemmed from a Reddit post that’s now deleted and so far no one has provided any verifiable proof from the proclaimed victim. Also Read: Get Ready for the Bitcoin Halving – Here Are 9 Countdown Clocks You Can Monitor $30 Million in BCH...

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