Saturday, 7 July 2018
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Monday, 2 July 2018
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Sunday, 1 July 2018
The bitcoin price has dropped slightly by 1 percent over the past 24 hours, declining below the $6,400 mark. Other major digital assets have failed to record any significant movement on both the upside and the downside.
Thursday, 28 December 2017
ITAKU - Hackers stole information from 1.7 million Imgur accounts in 2014
If you were an Imgur user in 2014, you might want to consider changing your password. Yesterday, the photo-sharing site revealed (via Engadget) that it learned of a security breach in 2014 that compromised the e-mail addresses and passwords of approximately 1.7 million users.
The virtual currency powered past $11,000 for the first time on Wednesday, capping a jaw-dropping rally of more than 1,000% since the start of the year. But it then plunged by more than $2,000, providing a stark reminder of its extreme volatility.
Long shunned by regular investors as a murky domain for cranks and criminals, bitcoin (XBT) has gained growing mainstream acceptance this year, helping propel its value higher and higher.
Read more : Chinese Might be Able to Trade Bitcoin Again Soon
It's been smashing through milestones at an increasing rate: it soared above $8,000 just over two weeks ago and only passed $9,000 for the first time over the weekend.
On Wednesday, bitcoin climbed as high as $11,350. But it then nosedived more than 18% to below $9,300 as two major exchanges where it's traded said they were struggling to deal with a huge spike in traffic. By Thursday morning in Hong Kong, it had regained some ground to trade around $10,400.
While bitcoin's stratospheric rise this year has prompted warnings of a bubble, experts say that the gains in recent weeks have been driven in part by the expectation that more major investors -- like hedge funds and asset managers -- are gearing up to start investing in the digital currency.
Read more : Arrested Bitcoin exchange leader might be linked to Mt. Gox theft
Next month, investors should be able to start trading bitcoin futures via the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, which is expected to give the virtual currency more legitimacy among professional investors. Futures allow traders to bet on the future price of assets like currencies, metals and agricultural commodities.
Bitcoin is one of many cryptocurrencies that have proliferated in recent years. Unlike the dollar or the pound, these virtual "coins" aren't tied to a central bank. Instead, they are "mined" by computers using complex algorithms.
The decentralized nature of bitcoin is what appeals to many of its enthusiasts and unnerves a lot of its skeptics.
It also makes it harder to settle arguments about whether the currency's huge gains this year amount to a bubble. Unlike stocks, its value isn't based on earnings or dividend payouts, and unlike bonds it doesn't pay investors a steady stream of income.
Read more : IDG and Sequoia seek stake in China’s biggest bitcoin mining operation
And the global market for bitcoin, at nearly $190 billion, is still relatively small. The S&P 500 stock index, for example, is worth more than $20 trillion.
"What is the fundamental value of bitcoin? No one knows the answer to this question," said Arthur Hayes, CEO of Hong Kong's Bitmex, a bitcoin derivatives exchange.
Experts said previously that the $10,000 mark would be a key milestone for the digital currency. Hayes and other industry insiders are predicting that the publicity surrounding bitcoin will continue to lure big investors and push prices even higher.
"Institutional investors ... will begin to pull the trigger in 2018," he said.
The virtual currency has famously attracted the derision of JPMorgan Chase (JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon, who called it a "fraud" that would "eventually blow up." Warren Buffett has also expressed skepticism, warning of a "real bubble."
But other leading figures in finance have defended it. Goldman Sachs (GS) CEO Lloyd Blankfein pointed out last month that "folks also were skeptical when paper money displaced gold."
Bitcoin's stunning ascent this year hasn't been particularly smooth.
Wednesday's sudden losses after it topped $11,000 was the latest in a series of jarring drops.
In September, it plunged as much as 20% after the Chinese government cracked down on offerings in the digital currency, prompting bitcoin exchanges to close their doors.
Earlier this month, it plummeted by up to 30% within the space of a few days, before quickly bouncing back, after it appeared traders were switching to rival cryptocurrencies.
Tuesday, 24 October 2017
ITAKU - Leaked Twitter email details bigger plan to tackle abusive users
Twitter has once again vowed to deal with its problematic users, and once again users are skeptical. The company’s CEO Jack Dorsey recently tweeted about this topic, talking about the company’s efforts to deal with the issue over the last couple of years. More revealing, though, is a leaked Twitter email which goes into more details about how the company will be enforcing its rules.
ITAKU - Microsoft Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Will Include Anti Cheating Technology For Games
During the next Windows 10 Creators update which is expected to roll out very soon, Microsoft will be implementing a new anti-cheat technology to help keep Windows gaming a little fairer.
ITAKU - Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung may be under a new agency very soon.
On October 16, one reported industry source said, “Sooyoung is currently talking about a contract with Echo Global Group, which houses Daniel Henney, [Claudia Kim,] and more. Because she is on friendly terms with the agency, they have been leaning towards a positive result during discussions.”
Thursday, 19 October 2017
ITAKU - Kingsman banned in Cambodia over 'negative portrayal'
Cambodia has banned Hollywood movie Kingsman: The Golden Circle over its alleged negative portrayal of the kingdom.
ITAKU - Ed Sheeran Gets INJURED & Tour Might Be In Trouble
The 26-year-old was riding his bike when he was struck down and has broken his right arm, which may well put his upcoming tour plans in jeopardy.