On Nov. 15, the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network faces a contentious fork and many BCH users have been wondering what to do with their funds before the consensus changes. In Continue Reading
I am bit overwhelmed with a deadline on a project (which is suppose to be finished today). As a result, blogging will only return later today.
2018 was meant to be the year of security tokens. The number of projects seeking to launch security token offerings (STOs) would mushroom, we were told, and a string of Continue Reading
Will they cancel the contract or won’t they? In order to understand Ottawa’s decision making process regarding General Dynamics’ massive arms deal with Saudi Arabia one must look closely at Continue Reading
When telling the truth is a revolutionary act, journalists and whistleblowers are targets. When politicians attack freedom of speech, media becomes weaponized. And here we are. How ironic that the Continue Reading
In today’s edition of The Daily, we feature an upcoming bitcoin cash token backed by physical diamonds and an American coffee company that has decided to add cryptocurrencies to its Continue Reading
The president of the Marshall Islands, Hilda Heine, has narrowly survived a no-confidence vote. One of the principal catalysts for the challenge to Heine’s leadership has been opposition to her Continue Reading
Stick in meetings this morning. Blogging will return this afternoon.
In a Twitter post, the Asia Managing Editor in the FlightGlobal, Greg Waldron released a photograph of a model of new Chinese TD15 high-speed unmanned helicopter. According to a released photo, the Continue Reading
Blow-up copies of 9K33 Osa, 2K12 Kub mobile surface-to-air missile systems and a commercial truck fitted with a visual modification kit to resemble Pantsir-S1 short-range air defense system were spotted at the military range Continue Reading