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News broke this weekend of an attack on a South Korean cryptocurrency exchange, sending the price of bitcoin and other altcoins spiralling. Coinrail confirmed the security breach in a tweet and later posted more details on their website. Hackers have reportedly stolen about 30 per cent of the coins traded...
Being one of the lucrative pairs to determine the USD local trades/trade account balance and present stature, USD/CAD is also highly popular for its high volatility in a low margin (target should be within 300-400 pips for a short-term trader). From what we have seen in the recent past, USD/CAD...
Yesterday, Apple’s Senior VP of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, addressed an auditorium of eager Apple fans at the World Wide Developers Conference 2018. On the auditorium screens, Federighi demonstrated one of the new features of the upcoming iOS 12: the ScreenTime feature. The app gives users data on how...
Ten women in Saudi Arabia have become the first to be issued driving licences, having swapped their foreign licences for a state-approved one ahead of the official lifting of the ban in a few weeks’ time. The blanket ban on female drivers is due to end on the 24th of...
North Korea’s three top-ranking military officials have all been suddenly replaced. An anonymous senior US official confirmed the news to Reuters, which was first leaked to South Korean Yonhap news agency over the weekend. It’s the latest turn in the helter-skelter route the much-anticipated US-North Korea summit has taken. It’s...
In just under five weeks, leading candidates Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Ricardo Anaya will go head to head in the Mexican general election. Penned as the biggest election in Mexican history, July 1st is the day Mexicans will vote in both the general and local elections across 30...
As soon as the super-safe, decentralised qualities of blockchain were recognised, it was clear that this technology was destined for more than just hosting Bitcoin. It had the scope to revolutionise healthcare systems, protect the music industry, secure voting systems, and facilitate finance trades. However, in the race to...
It’s been a week of disappointing news for those who want to totally outsource decision-making while behind the wheel. The autopilot feature on a Tesla car that crashed and injured two earlier this month caused the vehicle to accelerate in the seconds before impact, a police report reveals. On the 11th...
As companies across Europe tighten up their processes ahead of the implementation of GDPR tomorrow, Facebook remains relatively sanguine on the subject of its infamous data breach. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a robust EU directive that dramatically restricts what information companies and organizations can gather about European...
More bad news for the Turkish lira today, as stop-loss sell-offs from Japanese retail investors hit the already-wounded currency hard. Investor confidence was nowhere to be seen on Wednesday as the lira continued its losing streak, dropping just over 5% before recovering some (but not much) ground later on in...