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October 23, 2020
Chinese officials are cracking down on tether trades. The CME bitcoin futures exchange is heating up, signalling institutional interest. And Kik’s kin token will continue development following a $5 million SEC settlement.  Top shelf Ripple, across the pondRipple CEO Brad Garlinghouse has given more insight on the company’s possible move away from the U.S., saying the legal...
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COMMENT Nigeria’s Special Anti-Robbery Squad (Sars) is notorious for extrajudicial killings, extortion and sexual abuse amongst other crimes. Almost every Nigerian will have a story to tell of being harassed by squad members. If you are poor, you are termed a criminal; rich, you are a yahoo boy, slang for internet fraudster.  The squad’s modus...
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Free money always makes the crypto world go mad, even if people don’t know what the new cryptocurrency will be worth or what it’s good for. The case is being proven out again with Circles, a blockchain-based universal basic income (UBI) project that launched Oct. 16 on Ethereum’s xDai sidechain. Founded by Martin Köppelmann of...
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Growing Seamless transport modes October is marked as Transport Month in South Africa. It is hosted by government to remind us just how vital an intermodal transport network via sea ports, roads, railways and airports is to our economy. While there are certainly challenges that need to be addressed, there is a great deal to...
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Bitcoin stays in bull mode but on lower volume while the amount of ether locked in DeFi falls. Bitcoin (BTC) trading around $13,103 as of 20:00 UTC (4 p.m. ET). Gaining 3% over the previous 24 hours. Bitcoin’s 24-hour range: $12,685-$13,232 BTC above its 10-day and 50-day moving averages, a bullish signal for market technicians....
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A senior official in the South African Military Health Service (SAMHS) has blown the whistle on the defence force spending more than R200-million on a Cuban Covid-19 treatment that the health department here has banned from being used to treat symptoms of the virus.  The Mail & Guardian has learnt that the military has paid...
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