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  • Exclusive: Mathieu Ghanem Leaves ADSS after 9 Years
    Jason Hughes is promoted to Global Head of Sales to fill in for the key executive’s departure ...
    FinanceMagnates
    5 days ago
  • From Jesus Christ To Julian Assange: When Dissidents Become Enemies Of The State
    Authored by John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute, “In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” — George Orwell When exposing a crime is treated as committing a crime, you are being ruled by criminals.   In the current governmental climate, where laws that run counter to the dictates of the Constitution are made in secret, passed without debate, and upheld by secret courts that operate behind closed doors, obeying one’s conscience and speaking truth to the power of the police state can render you an “enemy of the state.” That list of so-called “enemies of the state” is growing. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is merely the latest victim of the police state’s assault on dissidents and whistleblowers. On April 11, 2019, police arrested Assange for daring to access and disclose military documents that portray ...
    ZeroHedge
    6 days ago
  • Shocking Leak Reveals Facebook Leveraged User Data To Reward Friends, Punish Enemies
    As traders focused on bank earnings and the outlook for global growth, NBC News wrested the market's attention back toward Facebook by publishing a report on what appears to be the largest leak of internal documents since the data privacy scandal that has dogged the company for more than a year erupted with the first reports about Cambridge Analytica's 'improper' leveraging of Facebook user data to influence elections. Facebook Some 4,000 pages of documents shared with the network news organization by a journalist affiliated with the ICIJ, the same organization that helped bring us the Panama Papers leaks, revealed that Facebook had employed sensitive user data as a bargaining chip to attract major advertisers and close other deals between 2011 and 2015, when the company ...
    ZeroHedge
    7 days ago
  • Lawmakers Reintroduce Bill to Exempt Crypto Tokens from US Securities Laws
    U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson reintroduced the Token Taxonomy Act Tuesday, seeking to exempt certain cryptocurrencies from securities laws. ...
    CoinDesk
    2 weeks ago
  • NEM Foundation releases April Update
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    3 weeks ago
  • NYT: ‘Creepy’ Joe Biden May Be Sunk; 2020 Enemies Crank Out Political Ad Using Molestation Footage
    As the list of women coming forward with #MeToo claims against 'creepy' Joe Biden grows (we're up to four now, including a survivor of sexual assault), the New York Times reports that the 76-year-old politician's "tactile style" may put a damper on his 2020 ambitions in the #MeToo era. The four women who have come forward detailing their uncomfortable Biden encounters are;  Lucy Flores, 39, who accused Biden of grabbing her shoulders during a 2014 political event, pulling her towards him, 'inhaling' her hair, and planting a "big slow kiss" on the back of her head.  Amy Lappos, 43, who accused Biden of touching her inappropriately at 2009 fundraiser when she was a congressional aide to Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT) Caitlyn Caruso, a 22-year-old survivor of sexual ...
    ZeroHedge
    3 weeks ago
  • Martin Shkreli Is In Solitary Confinement
    Whichever aggrieved Phoenixus board member leaked a story about Martin Shkreli running the pharma company from prison using a contraband cellphone has probably achieved their goal: After a year in New Jersey's Fort Dix prison, Shkreli has been thrown into solitary confinement, rendering him incommunicado. Forbes Though the Bureau of Prisons wouldn't comment on Shkreli's accommodations, a member of the Hacker crew Crackas with Attitude, who told Forbes he had befriended the one-time "most hated man in America" and "pharma bro", Shkreli is currently in the "Special Housing Unit", or "SHU". The BOP did say, however, that "when there are allegations of misconduct, they are thoroughly investigated." Of course, anybody who read the WSJ's story about Shkreli's big comeback plans - he's hoping to build ...
    ZeroHedge
    3 weeks ago
  • NEM overview: XEM/USD moves higher waiting for Catapult launch details
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    4 weeks ago
  • Invast Global Selects OneMarketData to Monitor Trading Activity
    The prime brokerage has chosen the solution to ensure it meets its regulatory requirements. ...
    FinanceMagnates
    4 weeks ago
  • Brexit or not, Prudential says it made sense to move some business to Luxembourg
    Prudential announced earlier this month that it was transferring 36 billion pounds ($47.58 billion) of assets to Luxembourg, which is intended to be the company's hub for its European business after Brexit. ...
    CNBC
    1 month ago
  • ‘Game-Changing’ Endothermic Mining Rigs Unveiled By Luxembourg Startup
    OnMiners S.A. is launching a new generation of endothermic cryptocurrency mining rigs that promise high power but low energy consumption while reducing heat and noise generation. Lowering Mining Costs with Endothermic Chips New companies and new technologies are entering the crypto mining space with the aim of lowering costs and energy consumption. OnMiners is one such company based in Luxembourg that was founded by a group of financiers that have invested in the creation of a new generation of Endothermic Multi-Algorithm CHIP. Endothermic refers to a chemical reaction that absorbs energy from its surroundings and lowers the temperature. On March 18, 2019, OnMiners announced the official launch of three mining rigs namely, On2U, On4U, and OnTower. These rigs can mine an array of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum (ETH), Monero (XMR), Dash (DASH), and Zcash (ZEC). OnMiners ...
    Bitcoinist
    1 month ago
  • US State of Colorado Passes Crypto Exemptions Bill Into Law
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    1 month ago
  • In the Daily: Bitcoin Begging, NEM Foundation Fights to Survive, Huobi Prime
    In the first weekend edition of The Daily, we examine the biting effects of crypto winter, which might have frozen out ETH scambots, but hasn’t prevented the penurious from panhandling for crypto by more direct means. We also look at the latest restructuring of the NEM Foundation, which has faced the full force of the crypto cooldown. Finally, we preview Huobi’s new Binance Launchpad competitor – Prime. Also read: Onecoin Leaders Indicted in the U.S. for Operating ‘Fraudulent Pyramid Scheme’ NEM Foundation Rolls Out Plan B to Stay Afloat The NEM Foundation, which oversees development and community initiatives involving the NEM (XEM) cryptocurrency, has released a new financial plan. The organization, which recently laid off the majority of its staff, is seeking to source developers from the community to contribute to the NEM mobile wallet app. On Feb 20, 210 ...
    News.Bitcoin
    1 month ago
  • NEM Foundation Releases Restructuring Plan Amid Financial Difficulties
    The NEM Foundation has released a plan for financial and organizational restructuring, following news that it was in dire financial straits. The NEM Foundation has released its plan for a financial and organizational restructuring on March 8. The plan comes in the wake of news earlier this year that the foundation was running low on its native XEM tokens.On Feb. 20, the foundation decided to release 210 million XEM tokens ($8.7 million) from reserves, the first 25 million ($1.04 million) of which will be used “to set up processes and structures for a new product-focused, revenue-driven approach for NEM Foundation.” The new tokens will purportedly fund the NEM Foundation’s efforts through Feb. 2020.In additionally to releasing new financing, the foundation will also examine certain roles at the company. The NEM Foundation purportedly ran into financial difficulties due to redundant ...
    CoinTelegraph
    2 months ago
  • NEM Foundation Charts Path Forward After $8 Million Rescue, Major Cutbacks
    The NEM Foundation is mapping out its survival plans in real time after a funding injection of roughly $8 million last month. ...
    CoinDesk
    2 months ago
  • CRA Warns Digital Currency ‘Does Not Exempt’ Canadians from Their Tax Obligations
    The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is targeting users of Bitcoin (BTC) and other crypto assets in its latest series of audits — starting with a 13-page questionnaire.  Time for Bitcoin Users in Canada to Pay Their Taxes According to an article in Forbes yesterday, Bitcoin researcher and writer Kyle Torpey revealed that the CRA is cracking down on Bitcoin (BTC) and other crypto-asset users in Canada. Torpey says that “multiple sources” have confirmed the crackdown from the Canadian equivalent of the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Those users currently in the eye of the CRA have received a 13-page questionnaire with no less than 54 questions and sub-questions. A media representative at the CRA commented on the clampdown, stating: The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) understands that a vast majority of middle-class Canadians pay their fair share, but it remains committed ...
    Bitcoinist
    2 months ago
  • Ontology (ONT) Jumps In Top 20, Could Dethrone NEM (XEM) Next
    Ontology price gained traction recently and broke the $0.9000 and $0.9500 resistances against the US Dollar. There was a break above a key bearish trend line with resistance at $0.8900 on the 4-hours chart of the ONT/USD pair (data feed from Binance). ONT price spiked above the $1.0000 resistance before correcting a few points There could be a minor downside correction before the price rallies further above $1.0000. Ontology (ONT) surpassed Zcash to move to the 10th spot in the market cap. Its price could continue higher and there are even chances of ONT surpassing the market cap of NEM (XEM). Ontology (ONT) Price Analysis In the past two days, there were decent gains in bitcoin, Ethereum, ripple, litecoin and EOS against the US Dollar. Similarly, a few small cap altcoins gained traction, including ONT. After declining as low as ...
    LiveBitcoinNews
    2 months ago
  • Fed says most banks will now be exempt from ‘qualitative’ part of stress tests
    The Federal Reserve said Wednesday that it's no longer going to make "qualitative objections" to the banks taking its stress test if they have passed enough examinations previously. The Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review required banks to pass both a qualitative and quantitative test prior to getting stock buyback and/or dividend plans approved, but now, the Fed will eliminate them for banks that have gone through four CCAR exercises and pass it in the fourth year. For the next exercise, only Barclays US , Credit Suisse Holdings , DB USA , TD Group and UBS Americas will have to pass the qualitative part. In the qualitative assessment, supervisors focus on the firms' analyses and practices used to determine the amount and composition of capital needed to continue to lend to households and businesses throughout a period of severe stress. Market ...
    MarketWatch
    2 months ago
  • Russia wants to join Luxembourg in space mining
    Russia, a leading producer of natural resources, plans to join Luxembourg in mining for minerals in outer space, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova said on Wednesday. ...
    Reuters
    2 months ago
  • NEM Ventures Debuts Portfolio Investment with Vimba
    Amid the cash inflow, the crypto platform is planning for global expansion. ...
    FinanceMagnates
    2 months ago
  • Propaganda Works – Visualizing America’s Biggest Enemies
    If Americans had to name one country as their nation’s top enemy, it would currently be Russia. In a poll that has been conducted by Gallup on and off since 2005, Statista's Katharina Buchholz notes that 32 percent of respondents pointed their finger towards Moscow. A year ago, the culprit was North Korea (51 percent) but the country has settled into third place this year, with China being identified as enemy of the state number two (21 percent). You will find more infographics at Statista The semi-successful and highly publicized summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump in Singapore in September might have played a part in the public’s perception of North Korea as less of a threat. The survey was conducted this year before the pair’s failed summit in Hanoi at the ...
    ZeroHedge
    2 months ago
  • RightBTC announces support for NEM (XEM)
    RightBTC, a Dubai bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange, today announced the official listing of NEM (XEM). As of now, trading in the following markets is available: XEM/BTC, XEM/ETH, XEM/USD, XEM/ETP. NEM is the world’s first smart asset blockchain.... Source ...
    CryptoNinjas
    2 months ago
  • Luxembourg University Postdoc: Central Bank Digital Currencies Too Attractive to Ignore
    A postdoctoral researcher from the University of Luxembourg believes central banks are very interested in launching CBDCs. The idea of issuing a central bank digital currency (CBDC) is too attractive to ignore, a postdoctoral researcher from the University of Luxembourg wrote in a study. The research was shared by the Oxford Business Law Blog on Friday, Feb. 22.Hossein Nabilou, a postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Law, Economics, and Finance of the University of Luxembourg, presented his findings in a study entitled “Central Bank Digital Currencies: Preliminary Legal Observations.” The report focused on potential challenges that launching a CBDC might cause for the European Central Bank (ECB).According to Nabilou, cryptocurrencies have significantly impacted the banking sector. He writes how their functionality, similar to money issued by a central bank, first drew banks’ attention. Banks were also preoccupied with the ...
    CoinTelegraph
    2 months ago
  • In the Daily: Liberstad Coin, Mining Contracts, Luxembourg Law
    In this edition of The Daily, we look at Liberstad’s progress toward building a libertarian community in Norway. The city has just issued its own digital coin. Also, crypto mining contracts have been classified as securities in the Canadian province of Quebec. And in Europe, Luxembourg has adopted a law that protects crypto traders and investors. Also read: Cryptocurrency Payments, Nvidia Losses, Suspended CFD Liberstad Issues Own Token Called City Coin Liberstad, Norway’s self-proclaimed private city, has adopted its own ‘city coin’ as the official currency and the only medium of exchange in the libertarian territory. The crypto is based on Liberstad’s smart city platform City Chain which utilizes blockchain technology to enable the design, implementation and use of services for the city’s inhabitants. A press release detailed: Whereas cities currently rely on public services operated by government ...
    News.Bitcoin
    2 months ago
  • Luxembourg Bill Provides Regulation Framework For Blockchain Securities
    The European country updates its definition of dematerialized securities to include documents registered on a blockchain. ...
    ETHNews
    2 months ago
  • Luxembourg Passes Bill to Give Blockchain Securities Legal Status
    Securities issued on blockchains in Luxembourg now have the same legal status as traditional securities, after the passing of a new bill. ...
    CoinDesk
    2 months ago
  • Luxembourg Turns Blockchain Framework Bill into Law
    The bill received 58 out of 60 lawmakers votes. ...
    FinanceMagnates
    2 months ago
  • Luxembourg adds legal protection for blockchain transactions
    Blockchain technology just got a major vote of confidence from another European country. Luxembourg has passed Bill 7363 into law, allowing financial services to use blockchain tools with confidence. The announcement came in an official announcement from the Chambre des Députés on February 14. The new law gives transactions conducted on the blockchain the same legal protections of those made by other means. It also makes securities trading over blockchain more efficient by removing some of the intermediaries involved with the practice. According to the Luxembourg Times, the law passed with overwhelming support. Only two members of the left-wing party déi Lénk opposed the bill, with the rest voting in favor. Finance minister Pierre Gramegna sent the bill to the Luxembourg parliament. He told the Luxembourg Times last year, “The goal is to make sure that, if you do transactions ...
    CoinGeek
    2 months ago
  • XEM Rises From Crypto Ashes as NEM Foundation Soldiers On
    News that a crypto project has to downsize and restructure is never good. The bear market has battered all but the extremely resilient and most organizations have had to tighten their belts somewhat. NEM Foundation Restructures, Reveals Debts The NEM Foundation has managed to rescue its project from crypto oblivion through a series of funding proposals and restructuring. At the end of last month the Foundation revealed that it had less than one month of funding remaining and that downsizing was inevitable. Following that news the token dumped 34% over the next ten days to a 2019 low of $0.034 (1010 satoshis). This week a further announcement was released with proposals for funding and joint collaboration between the two divisions of the organization, the Foundation and NEM Labs. A massive restructuring has started and the Foundation has called for a ...
    NewsBTC
    2 months ago
  • Luxembourg PM wants European solution on Huawei
    A European-wide solution is needed on whether to exclude Chinese firms such as Huawei Technologies from participating in the building of Europe's future 5G mobile networks, Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel said on Wednesday. ...
    Reuters
    2 months ago
  • “The NEM Foundation You Knew Before Is Gone,” What Is Next
    A recap of NEM Foundation’s financial problems and why a complete organizational overhaul was necessary. As part of the closing statements in an open announcement to the NEM community, the NEM Secretarial Office, which represents the voice of the NEM Foundation’s executive committee and council, said in “one final message for all” that the NEM Foundation community members knew before “is gone.”The announcement was made in an effort to stay true to their commitment of transparency and pulled back the curtain on a number of sensitive issues, including an acknowledgement that the foundation is facing severe financial difficulties and a realization that the previous organizational structure failed.A financial audit was reportedly done after the current NEM Foundation leadership team took office on Jan. 1, 2019, which revealed that they are running low on XEM (the native currency of the ...
    CoinTelegraph
    2 months ago
  • Russia Unveils Warship-Mounted Weapon That Makes Enemies Vomit And Hallucinate
    The Russian Navy is claiming to have outfitted warships with a high tech weapon capable of making enemy soldiers go temporarily blind, become disoriented, and nauseous. Russian media reports that two Northern Fleet frigates have been fitted with the new "non-lethal dazzler-type weapon, the 5P-42 Filin (eagle-owl)" — as it's been described by the manufacturer — a "non-lethal visual-optical inference device" purportedly capable of preventing enemies from properly aiming their own weapons.  The "5P-42 Filin" Image source: Spuntik/RuselectronicThe cutting edge weapon produced by Ruselectronics has elsewhere been described as emitting an oscillating beam of high-intensity light which can not only suppress enemy targeting abilities, but disrupt night vision tech and laser target sensors. But the most extreme and perhaps dubious claim is that it can induce hallucinations when aimed toward enemy encampments or vessels.  A recent battlefield simulation test of the Filin, as it's called for short, ...
    ZeroHedge
    3 months ago
  • January Crypto Roundup: Tron Surged, While Bitcoin Cash, SV, Stellar, IOTA and NEM Dumped
    Following the lowest month for over a year in December markets started to recover over the New Year. Progress continued steadily until January 10th by which time markets had recovered almost 40%. The bulls did not stay around for long though as a huge dump wiped out $16 billion in two days sending markets back down towards their lowest levels again. Over the month markets lost 8.6% ending at just over $115 billion total capitalization. Bitcoin hit a huge wall of resistance at $4,000 which it could not overcome and further losses were predicted. It came as no surprise then when BTC dumped to its next support turned resistance level of $3,600. This broke down before the end of the month sending Bitcoin lower still, ending January 8% down at $3,440. January Crypto Winners Litecoin is one of the ...
    NewsBTC
    3 months ago
  • NEM admits its financial problems
    Cryptocurrency project NEM announced a seismic shift in its strategy due to financial difficulties. Over the year, the rate of the cryptocurrency collapsed 43 fold. ...
    CoinFox
    3 months ago
  • NEM Foundation’s pink slip handouts become intense as employees feel the wrath of the bear market
    The year 2018 has had a major effect on the cryptocurrency space, with price plunge of all the top coins in the market leaving the investors and project developers astray. This was evidenced by several projects reporting bankruptcy, layoffs and incomplete developments. Even blockchain-software company, ConsenSys and chip producing company, Bitmain, were one among them. […] ...
    BitcoinWarrior
    3 months ago
  • NEM Foundation is almost bankrupt
    The NEM blockchain, which is behind the NEM (XEM) cryptocurrency, isn’t doing so well. According to a notice released by the NEM Foundation, a non-profit group formed to promote the blockchain, the foundation is short on cash and apparently could only survive for about one more month. In an effort to avoid having to file for bankruptcy, it will have to begin staff layoffs and is currently undergoing a significant restructuring. The notice reads, in part, “The XEM exchange rate has suffered catastrophic drops from this time a year ago, just as many other ambitious cryptocurrency projects have suffered, now the NEM Foundation is facing challenging budget decisions. We are in a tough spot like many others in this space. It is our duty to act quickly to ensure the longevity of the NEM Foundation ecosystem and development.” The organization, ...
    CoinGeek
    3 months ago
  • NEM Foundation Plans Layoffs to Avoid Bankruptcy
    The non-profit spent 80 million XEM tokens for marketing in the past year. ...
    FinanceMagnates
    3 months ago
  • NEM Slides as Foundation Faces Bankruptcy, Layoffs and Restructuring
    The Singapore based NEM Foundation is the latest to suffer from the prolonged bear market as it faces bankruptcy fears and axes staff. In recent months a number of crypto companies including Bitmain, ConsenSys, Huobi and Blockfolio have downsized and cut staff in the midst of the ever deepening crypto winter. The NEM Foundation is the latest one to be added to that growing list. The 150 strong work force is about to be slashed as budget cuts force a complete restructuring according to Coindesk. NEM Foundation president, Alex Tinsman, told the outlet that it intends to submit a funding request for 160 million tokens which at today’s rate is around $7.3 million. This would serve as a lifeboat to rescue the organization from imminent bankruptcy. “Basically we realized we had a month to operate, due to the mismanagement of ...
    EthereumWorldNews
    3 months ago
  • NEM Foundation, on Brink of Bankruptcy, Plans Layoffs and Pivot
    NEM Foundation president Alex Tinsman is hoping a more disciplined approach can save the community-driven nonprofit behind the world's 18th largest cryptocurrency. ...
    CoinDesk
    3 months ago
  • Attorney: Don’t Hold Your Breath on Token Taxonomy Act That Exempts Crypto from Securities Laws
    This past December, cryptocurrency investors were delighted to hear that lawmakers had put forth a bill – aptly dubbed the “Token Taxonomy Act” – that would change the Securities and Exchange Commission’s 72-year-old definition of securities in order to exclude crypto. If passed, this bill would entirely alter how the industry is regulated going forward and would offer companies and projects significantly more room for experimentation without worrying about regulatory authorities. Although news regarding this bill was seen as being decisively positive, one prominent attorney who focuses primarily on blockchain and cryptocurrencies, is now claiming that investors shouldn’t get too excited about this bill. Crypto Likely to be Regulated Under Securities Laws for Foreseeable Future This bill was introduced to Congress in late-December by two lawmakers and is a bipartisan attempt to modernize the SEC’s archaic securities laws in order to ...
    NewsBTC
    3 months ago
  • The United States Is At It Again: Compiling An Enemies List
    Authored by Philip Giraldi via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Many American still long for the good old days when men were still manly and President George W. Bush was able to announce that there was a “new sheriff in town” pledged to wipe terrorism from the face of the earth. “You’re either with us or against us,” he growled and he backed up his warning of lethal retribution with an enemies list that he called the “axis of evil.” The axis of evil identified in those days in the 2002 State of the Union Address consisted of Iraq, Iran and North Korea. Iraq, which had not yet been invaded and conquered by the American war machine, was number one on the list, with Saddam allegedly brandishing weapons of mass destruction ...
    ZeroHedge
    3 months ago
  • Free Public Transport In Luxembourg Begins In 2020
    12019 / PixabayLuxembourg officials first announced plans to offer free public transport last month, and they’ve now revealed more details about the plan. Free public transport will begin March 1, 2020. Originally, they had planned to make public transportation free starting this summer, but they decided to push the date back due to logistics. Free public transport is coming to Luxembourg Luxembourg will make all second-class seats on buses, trams and trains free starting March 1, 2020. First-class train passengers will still pay. Officials decided to do that so those who wish to work in quiet while riding on the train will still be able to do so. They plan to keep the same structure of the first- and second-class train compartments the same. The first-class ticket will still be priced at €3 for a day or €660 for the ...
    ValueWalk
    3 months ago
  • Security Alert: Ethereum Constantinople Postponement
    The Ethereum Core Developers and the Ethereum Security Community were made aware of the potential Constantinople-related issues identified by ChainSecurity on January 15, 2019. We are investigating any potential vulnerabilities and will follow with updates in this blog post and across social media channels. Out of an abundance of caution, ...
    Ethereum.com Blog
    3 months ago
  • 2018 Sees 550% Uptick in Exempt ICO Securities Offerings Filed With the US SEC: Report
    2018 witnessed a significant uptick in the number of ICOs authorized by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission to sell securities to large-scale investors. 2018 witnessed a significant uptick in the number of initial coin offerings (ICOs) authorized by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to sell securities to large-scale investors, according to financial news channel MarketWatch, Jan. 11.MarketWatch reportedly compiled its data for 2018 by searching the SEC’s Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval (EDGAR) system for keywords such as “coin,” “ICO,” “token,” “initial coin offering” and “saft.”Their research reportedly found 287 results for evidently ICO-related fundraisings that were accepted by the agency to offer securities under what is known as a Form D exemption.Form D is essentially a short registration form in which a company discloses essential information for prospective investors in its securities ...
    CoinTelegraph
    3 months ago
  • Argentina: NEM Foundation to Develop Blockchain-Powered Copyright System for Journalists
    NEM Foundation in Argentina has partnered with a local trade union of journalists to create a blockchain tool to protect intellectual property rights. NEM Foundation in Argentina has signed a memorandum of understanding with a local trade union of journalists. The goal of the agreement is to develop a blockchain-powered solution for copyright protection, Cointelegraph in Spanish reported Saturday, Jan. 5.The memorandum signed with CISPREN — the journalists’ trade union of the city of Cordoba in central Argentina — also implies the development of a Proof-of-Concept for the project. CISPREN hopes that blockchain can solve different issues associated with the protection of intellectual property rights, such as content theft, failure to pay royalties and others.CISPREN’s press-secretary German Guismondi told Cointelegraph that authors will be able to upload their content to blockchain, in the process creating a timestamp as proof ...
    CoinTelegraph
    4 months ago
  • Tesla urges tariff exemption for Chinese-made car computer ‘brain’
    Tesla Inc has asked the Trump administration to exempt the Chinese-made car computer "brain" of its new Model 3 sedan from 25 percent tariffs imposed in August, saying they threaten the electric carmaker's bottom line. ...
    Reuters
    4 months ago
  • Worse Than Obsolete: NATO Creates Enemies
    Authored by John Laforge via Counterpunch.org, NATO’s and the US military’s desecration of corpses, attacks on wedding parties, mosques, hospitals and market places - along with the bombing of allied troops, torture of prisoners, and their notoriously unaccountable drone warfare - are a few of the alliance’s more infamous outrages in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen, and Somalia. Twenty years’ worth of “unintended” or “collateral” damage hasn’t created friends in the war zones: + On April 23, 1999, NATO rocketed the central studio of Radio Televisija Srbije (RTS), the state-owned broadcasting corporation in Belgrade, destroying the building. Sixteen civilian employees of RTS were killed and 16 wounded. Amnesty International concluded the attack was a war crime. + In a Feb. 12, 2010 atrocity that was kept secret until March 13, US Special Forces killed a teenage girl, ...
    ZeroHedge
    4 months ago
  • NEM Ukraine: Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University meetups
    With today's current innovative solutions that technology brings to the world such as blockchain, it gradually paves its way also to politics. With this, NEM Ukraine team had a meetup with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, all to impart an exciting information that has been changing the world today! https://medium.com/@NEMukraine/nem-ukraine-ministry-of-foreign-affairs-borys-grinchenko-kyiv-university-meetups-f79c69c25190?fbclid=IwAR0uTZdKeX2j31t_39sz72vPdhh70-HgtxlxB3Pdrz1DB8UdhUiIyOxJYNw https://i.redd.it/0tb9snxnok621.jpg submitted by /u/n3lz0n1 [link] [comments] ...
    Reddit NEM
    4 months ago
  • Season’s greetings from #NEM! Watch till the end!
    Reddit NEM
    4 months ago
  • DarcMatter hosted an evening of in-depth talks about #STO — a comprehensive overview of the existing DM platform and its plans to integrate #NEM blockchain technology started the night. Read more👇
    Reddit NEM
    4 months ago
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NEM (XEM) meaning « New Economy Movement » is a leading crypto based on blockchain tech launched in 2015. This is a smart asset system allows developers to build application on the NEM blockchain.

Maximum coin supply: 8,999,999,999
Official website: https://nem.io/