Trump’s Website Hacked, Scam Asked Crypto Owners to Decide Fate of ‘Classified Information’

Trump’s Website Hacked, Scam Asked Crypto Owners to Decide Fate of ‘Classified Information’

President Donald Trump’s campaign website was reportedly hacked Tuesday evening. Hackers claim to have “classified information” about Trump and the origin of the coronavirus. They asked crypto users to decide whether the information should be released or kept secret. Tim Murtaugh, Director of Communications for Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign, confirmed in a tweet: Earlier this evening, the Trump campaign website was defaced and we are working with law enforcement authorities to investigate the source of…

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Axion’s Launch is Going to Make Crypto-Believers out of Mainstream Investors

Axion’s Launch is Going to Make Crypto-Believers out of Mainstream Investors

This month, a new cryptocurrency project called the Axion Network will achieve a major milestone – it will see its mainnet launch and go public. The reason that’s so significant is that Axion represents a new breed of cryptocurrency. It’s not a utility token or an attempt at replacing fiat currencies. It’s an investment vehicle that’s aimed at one of the biggest untapped markets left in the crypto-world: mainstream income investors. Not Just a Cryptocurrency…

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22 Indian Bank Branches to Begin Offering Crypto Banking Services

22 Indian Bank Branches to Begin Offering Crypto Banking Services

An Indian bank is preparing to start providing crypto banking services at its physical bank branches. Customers can buy bitcoin and several other cryptocurrencies at these branches with Indian rupees, open savings accounts with crypto wallets, make loans against their cryptocurrencies, and more. Crypto Banking at Physical Bank Branches in India Cryptocurrency users in India will soon be able to visit physical bank branches for crypto banking services as well as learn about cryptocurrency investing….

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Covid-19 Hit Sub-Sahara Africa Gets $16 Billion From IMF, Region Still Faces $290B Financing Gap

Covid-19 Hit Sub-Sahara Africa Gets $16 Billion From IMF, Region Still Faces $290B Financing Gap

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says its release of $16 billion towards sub-Sahara Africa will help to cover the needs of countries badly hit by the global pandemic, Covid-19. The financial institution says despite its swift action, the region still faces a financing gap of $290 billion between now and the year 2023. Sub-Sahara Africa’s Limited Fiscal Space According to the Fund, without significant additional financial assistance, many sub-Saharan African countries will struggle to simply…

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