Month: June 2020

EA’s Statement on Sexual Harassment Allegations Is Pointless & Empty Home Op-ed EA’s Statement on Sexual Harassment Allegations Is Pointless & Empty EA has finally responded to the sexual harassment allegations, promising to investigate them despite its bad history. Will Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson prove again that he doesn’t care about sexual harassment allegations?
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On the road to Patapampa in Peru, Italian photographer Paolo Pettigiani photographed his latest project: “Alpaca River”. The dreamlike series highlights local alpacas through his infrared photography technique. Infrared Photography: @paolopettigianiwww.paolopettigiani.comwww.behance.net/PaoloPettigiani E-Crypto News was developed to assist all cryptocurrency investors in developing profitable cryptocurrency portfolios through the provision of timely and much-needed information. Investments in
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Research from Microsoft reveals that Indonesia had the highest malware encounter rate across the Asia Pacific region in 2019. They conclude that this indicates a surge in cryptojacking and ransomware attacks. The report shows that the region continues to experience a “higher-than-average” encounter rate for ransomware and other malware attacks, posting figures 1.6 and 1.7
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As Pride month comes to an end, Cointelegraph hosts an online meetup to discuss LGBTQ+ issues in the crypto and blockchain community. Called “LGBTQ+ and Blockchain: Community-Powered Tech and Tech-Powered Community,” the new session of Cointelegraph Talks features community members like LGBTTech’s Christopher Wood and UNAIDS’ Eric Lamontagne. Other speakers include Hornet’s Christof Wittig, BitBull
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Once dominated by young and savvy retail investors, the cryptocurrency market has seen increasing interest lately from institutional investors and large fintech firms. For instance, Grayscale Investments most recently added 19,879 Bitcoin (BTC) to its Bitcoin Trust, bringing the firm’s total volume of the predominant cryptocurrency close to a whopping 400,000. The investment firm further
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