21 Oct 2021

Bitcoin briefly crashed 87% to about $8,000 on Binance’s US crypto trading platform

Bitcoin briefly plummeted to about $8,000 on Thursday – but only on the Binance US trading platform. The coin had been trading around $65,000 when Binance posted a candle that showed the price sank to about $8,000, Coin Telegraph first reported, noting that the coin’s one-minute candle floor on other

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21 Oct 2021

Improbable takes another crack at explaining the metaverse

Last month, Improbable added itself to the list of high-profile companies exploring the metaverse with a media briefing in which CEO Herman Narula resorted to some flowery language. “I think the metaverse is a return home,” Narula said. “It’s a return back to a world of useful and powerful ideas that

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21 Oct 2021

Blockchain explained: Breaking down the technology that’s transforming the world of finance

When you think about blockchains, probably the first thing that comes to mind is Bitcoin or cryptos. But actually, the technology is extremely versatile and has potential far beyond cryptocurrencies. Blockchains have become popular over the past few years because they allow us to secure and verify all kinds of data in

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21 Oct 2021

Facebook’s name change plan reflects its real priorities

Facebook’s plan to change its company name, as first reported by The Verge, comes at a peculiar time. The nearly $1 trillion company that owns Instagram and WhatsApp is facing its biggest scandal in years over damning internal documents leaked by a whistleblower, as well as mounting antitrust scrutiny from

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21 Oct 2021

AI can see through you: CEOs’ language under machine microscope

Executives, beware! You could become your own worst enemy.  CEOs and other managers are increasingly under the microscope as some investors use artificial intelligence to learn and analyse their language patterns and tone, opening up a new frontier of opportunities to slip up. In late 2020, according to language pattern software specialist

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19 Oct 2021

Here’s Everything You Need To Know About De-Fi And How To Invest In It Today

If you’ve dipped your toes in the world of cryptocurrency, then one of the most important terms you need to understand is DeFi, or decentralized finance. That’s because not only is DeFi a new addition to the cryptocurrency lexicon but it’s use-case is destined to reach far beyond the current

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19 Oct 2021

COMSovereign and TNS Advance Wireless Infrastructure Security Utilizing the Blockchain for Mobile Electronic Device Verification

COMSovereign Holding Corp., a U.S.-based developer of 4G LTE Advanced and 5G Communication Systems and Solutions and Total Network Solutions, a developer of the next generation of blockchain technology solutions today announced initial progress on their collaboration for protecting the nation’s telecommunications infrastructure, supporting the Executive Order on Improving the

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19 Oct 2021

Is Cryptocurrency The New Gold?

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, Alt-Coins – words like these elicit hysterical reactions. People seem to either be passionately optimistic or vehemently skeptical about cryptocurrency. And even though a lot of controversy surrounds cryptocurrency, most of the crypto commentators are beginning to change their tone. This begs the question: What happened and

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19 Oct 2021

Why the metaverse will redefine advertising as we know it

The “metaverse” is the next great revolution in computing. This concept of the future of the internet promises to bring the physical world together with new technologies that are only starting to transform the way people interact with one another, amuse themselves, go shopping and engage in other everyday activities. Facebook

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19 Oct 2021

Developing Artificial Intelligence That “Thinks” Like Humans

Creating human-like AI is about more than mimicking human behavior – technology must also be able to process information, or ‘think’, like humans too if it is to be fully relied upon. New research, published in the journal Patterns and led by the University of Glasgow’s School of Psychology and Neuroscience,

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