The US Led Liberal International Order Is in CrisisThere is little room for soft power in Trump’s foreign policy; diplomacy has been side-lined in favour of military solutions. The Lower Manhattan skyline, One World Trade Center and Manhattan Bridge are seen in the background as a ferry with a US flag cruises along the East
In JNU, an Attempt to Enforce Surveillance Over Students and Teachers AlikeThe imposition of compulsory attendance is just one more in the slew of measures which have been taken since 2016 to enforce conformity and regimentation in an institution known for its aversion to both. Outdoor classes in JNU as part of the compulsory attendance
An Ethereum Improvement Proposal editor has given up his role after a nearly two-week long debate over a proposal to set up a process for the recovery of lost funds. The ongoing conversation seems to have raised more questions than it answered.
The post CFTC Issues Investor Warning on Cryptocurrency Pump-and-Dump Scams appeared first on CCN The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) issued a warning advising investors to avoid falling prey to cryptocurrency-based pump-and-dump schemes. The Customer Protection Advisory, which was published by the chief US market regulator on Thursday, urges investors to conduct their own
The post Decentralized Market Exchanges (Dex) – Why Should You Care appeared first on CCN A decentralized exchange (DEX) is a marketplace for cryptocurrencies or blockchain investments that is totally open sourced. Who controls trading process then? Well, it’s completely automated, and trades are conducted and controlled by users themselves. How does it work? Basically,
Rough Edges: Bhagwat is Not Insulting the Army, He is Boosting the Cult of MilitarisationThe public has largely missed the most sinister thing that Bhagwat’s comments alluded to – the increasing militarisation of society where conformists drive dissenters into the shadows. The Sangh parivar has always been a militarised organisation, ready at the heels to
Khaleda Zia’s Conviction Will Only Add to Bangladesh’s Internal Political ChaosThe verdict will likely push the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party into further crisis, clearing the way for the Awami League to form government in Dhaka again. Former Prime Minister of Bangladesh Khaleda Zia. Credit: Reuters In a landmark judgment, the anti-corruption court in Dhaka on February 8 convicted Khaleda Zia, the
The Pound Sterling edged higher against the US Dollar and cemented recent gains as FX traders await next week’s earnings data to provide some fresh momentum.
Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Wednesday that OPEC countries will be better served to keep the oil market tight than to abandon its production cuts.
Asian stocks headed higher on Thursday, after Wall Street’s surge on Wednesday despite inflation data that indicated more interest rate hikes are looming.