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Top Global Banks Are Deeply Involved in FIFA Bribes Scandal
CitiBank, JPMorgan Chase & Co, HSBC Holdings PLC and Bank of America Corp. are deeply involved in the bribes, kickbacks and laundering money schemes of some top FIFA officials and sports executives.
CoinTelegraph.com - 48 min ago
6 Unconventional Uses of the Blockchain
Blockchain technology is shifting from a fringe phenomenon to being studied by traditional finance and governments, it is gaining more and more momentum and interest from VCs, financial experts and tr
CoinTelegraph.com - 2 hr 40 min ago
Ross Ulbricht of Silk Road Sentenced to Life: ‘Deep Web’ Documentary to tell it all on Sunday at ...
“Deep Web,” the 90-minute EPIX documentary that chronicles the October 2013 arrest of Ross Ulbricht, makes its World Television Premiere on EPIXHD.com, Sunday, May 31, 2015 at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. Ulbricht was convicted in February of 2015 of seven felony charges including drug trafficking, conspiracy to commit money laundering, cons...
CryptoCoinsNews.com - 3 hr 10 min ago
5 Things To Ponder: Is The Stock Market Rational Or Nuts?
This past week, Houston, where I live, was flooded by a torrential down pour. However, it was not the rain itself that was the problem, it was the surge in rivers that flow through Houston. As far away as Austin and Dallas, rainfall had already began to flow into the San Jacinto and Colorado rivers which eventually culminated in risi...
BitcoinWarrior.net - 3 hr 10 min ago
Feds slam cell door on Silk Road founder
San Francisco resident Ross William Ulbricht, the founder of the notorious black market drug site Silk Road, was sentenced to life in prison in Manhattan federal court Friday. Silk Road operated from January 2011 to October 2013 and served as a marketplace where users bought and sold hard drugs using the Tor network and the virtual c...
BitcoinWarrior.net - 3 hr 11 min ago
Bitcoin exchange Bitstamp launches a new pre-paid debit card program
In an announcement, the London-based Bitcoin exchange Bitstamp says it has launched a new pre-paid debit card program. The company informs that the initiative allows Bitstamp’s clients to get US dollars, Euros or British pounds denominated debit cards. Nonetheless, these debit cards can be either virtual or physical and loaded with B...
BitcoinWarrior.net - 3 hr 11 min ago
Microelectronics Plans Expansion through Reduced Electrical Expense
More Related Stories email article print page May 29, 2015 — MONARCH BAY, CA(Eteligis Inc.) MONARCH BAY, CA, United States, via ETELIGIS INC., 05/29/2015 – – Microelectronics Technology Company (OTC Pink: MELY) (PINKSHEETS: MELY) announces pending planned expansion in its Bitcoin server mining operation. The Company...
BitcoinWarrior.net - 3 hr 11 min ago
Silk Road Kingpin Dealt Two Life Sentences
On May 29th, Silk Road kingpin Ross Ulbricht was sentenced to two life sentences along with maximum sentences on all other charges.... The post Silk Road Kingpin Dealt Two Life Sentences appeared first on CoinBuzz.
CoinBuzz.com - 3 hr 35 min ago
Oxfordshire named most innovative county in new report - Oxford Mail
Oxford Mail Oxfordshire named most innovative county in new report Oxford Mail Oxford computer programmer Peter Bushnell set up an online currency called Feathercoin two years ago, following the trend of other cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. It is now worth more than £2m. He said he believed the welcoming nature of Oxford ... ...
Reporter - 5 hr 3 min ago
Xapo Selects Three Finance Moguls for Advisory Panel
Xapo has announced its latest, bold move to add a few financial and political power players to its advisory board. Xapo will strategically grow its company and services with the expertise of Visa founder Dee Hock, former Citibank CEO John Reed, and former US Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers. Also Read: Xapo Releases New Comm...
Bitcoinist.net - 6 hr 16 min ago

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