Twitter Just Emailed 677,775 Users Who Interacted With “Russian Bots” During The Election

Twitter has taken it upon themselves to remind everyone that Russian influence is why Donald Trump won the election – and most certainly not the fact that the DNC ran a candidate who, along with her charity, continues to be under active investigation by the DOJ and the IRS.   To that end, if you’re one of 677,775 Twitter users […]

Coinbase to Reopen the GDAX Bitcoin Cash-Euro Order Book

Many European cryptocurrency investors are about to get another venue for investing in bitcoin cash with their regional fiat. The GDAX exchange will start offering BCH/EUR trading again in just a couple of days. Also Read: Bitcoin Cash Added to Keepkey Wallet, Exchanges in India and Hong Kong BCH/EUR on GDAX GDAX exchange, a subsidiary […]

Peak Oil Demand Is A Slow-Motion Train Wreck

Authored by Nick Cunningham via OilPrice.com, Will oil demand peak within five years? 15 years? Or not until 2040 or 2050? The precise date at which oil demand hits a high point and then enters into decline has been the subject of much debate, and a topic that has attracted a lot of interest just […]

Mitch McConnell: “This Shutdown Is About To Get A Lot Worse”

Update 2: Despite assurances from the House that an even shorter-term spending bill that would give lawmakers more wiggle room to negotiate would be a non-starter, Susan Collins and a group of moderate senators told reporters they are taking ideas about a short-term fix to the Republican senate leadership… Both the House and Senate have […]

Lawmakers to vote on pulling US ‘back from brink’ on shutdown

Author:  AFP Sun, 2018-01-21 23:09 ID:  1516566012254850300 WASHINGTON: The top senator from US President Donald Trump’s party urged lawmakers to “step back from the brink” as they gathered Sunday for a crunch vote to keep the government shutdown from stretching into the coming work week. Hundreds of thousands of federal employees are set to stay […]

More than 25,000 murdered in Mexico in 2017, country’s deadliest year

Author:  The Associated Press Sun, 2018-01-21 21:40 ID:  1516564050084699500 MEXICO CITY: Mexico posted its highest homicide rate in decades, with the government reporting Sunday there were 29,168 murders in 2017. The number is the highest since comparable records began being kept in 1997 and is also higher than the peak year of Mexico’s drug war […]

Weekly analytics- Technical Analysis Based on Breakout – Long Brent now

Brent weekly Technical observation After weeks of a steady rising, there was a clear breakout above a key support line 67.17.Last week, Brent retraced to the line and the red candle closed within a resistance zone (67.17-68.64).I expect price to rise towards 80.72 and if it  can break  above it then I expect to  have […]

Death By Blockchain: Most common causes of security breaches

It’s likely that everyone in the Bitcoin community remembers where they were when they heard about Mt.Gox. It was perhaps the lowest of the lows for Bitcoin, and for a time threatened to derail the ascent of cryptocurrencies. Suddenly, the shining beacon of the cryptocurrency movement, the untouchable, unhackable blockchain was fragile. For the first […]

After huge US crowds, European women join chorus for change

Author:  AP Mon, 2018-01-22 03:00 ID:  1516557170143985400 LONDON: Thousands of people on two continents picked up the baton from the United States and rallied Sunday in solidarity with women demanding equality, justice and an end to sexual harassment. Demonstrations in London, Paris, Sydney and other European and Australian cities followed much larger women’s marches held […]

Russian FM says the West’s ‘Russiaphobia’ worse than during Cold War

Author:  AFP Sun, 2018-01-21 22:15 ID:  1516562649714534600 MOSCOW: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Sunday said the West’s “unprecedented Russiaphobia” was worse than at the height of the Cold War. “This Russiaphobia is unprecedented. We never saw this during the Cold War,” Lavrov, fresh from a visit to New York on Thursday and Friday, said […]