Oil markets were higher on Wednesday afternoon in Asia, as traders faced concerns about supply disruptions after the United States implemented fresh sanctions on Venezuela’s oil industry.
The Winklevoss twins may want to hang the test results on their fridge.
In 2016, a Florida judge dismissed money laundering and illegal money transmission charges against a bitcoin trader, arguing that bitcoin wasn’t covered by state statutes. Today, an appeals court reversed that decision.
Melonport taps Aragon for governance of the watermelon protocol, the Web3 Foundation awards its first grant to ChainSafe, and Kraken rebrands.
Cryptocurrency Thefts and Scams Raked in 300% More Profit Last Year than 2017Blockchain analytics firm CipherTrace released a report this morning showing that roughly $1.7 billion in cryptocurrency was stolen or scammed over the course of 2018. The amount stolen by hackers alone is staggering: over $950 million. The figure represents an increase of more
Apple Earnings: Profits Slip, iPhone Sales Fall Way Short of EstimatesApple’s fiscal Q1 revenue and profits fell, marking the first time the company had to report such dismal numbers for this particular quarter in more than 10 years. The culprits behind the declines were slowing iPhone sales and China’s economic downturn. Apple CEO Tim Cook talking
DISTRESSING CONTENT WARNING: Disturbing footage shows the man repeatedly punching the two women as a crowd of onlookers laughed and cheered outside the venue in downtown Los Angeles.
B. Smith’s husband, Dan Gasby, has lashed out at her fans who have criticized him over his relationship with Alex Lerner while his wife battles Alzheimer’s.
Will Young has slammed the hosts of The Grand Tour, as well as the show’s broadcaster Amazon Prime, for a ‘homophobic’ segment in which a Jeep Wrangler was test-driven.
James Buckley has discussed The Inbetweeners reunion once again, saying he felt like a ‘f**king idiot’ during it and can’t bring himself to watch it back.