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Chinese Exchange to Launch Platform Based Outside of the Country

September 23, 2017 Samuel Haig 0

Chinese Exchange to Launch Platform Based Outside of the CountryChinese cryptocurrency exchange ViaBTC has announced its plans to launch a trading platform based outside of China. The decision to establish an overseas-based platform follows announcements that the exchange will shut down operations in mainland China on September 30th. Also Read:Chinese Bitcoin Exchange Executives Allegedly Must Remain in China  ViaBTC Intends to Launch an Overseas-Based […]

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Kremlin Denies It Used Facebook Ads To Hack U.S. Vote

September 23, 2017 cody 0

The Kremlin has denied placing ads on social media in order to sway the result of the 2016 U.S. presidential election—in fact, Russia does not even know how to advertise on Facebook, President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman told journalists Friday. Facebook admitted earlier this month that fake Russian accounts paid $100,000 to advertise content on divisive […]

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Kremlin Denies It Used Facebook Ads To Hack U.S. Vote

September 23, 2017 cody 0

The Kremlin has denied placing ads on social media in order to sway the result of the 2016 U.S. presidential election—in fact, Russia does not even know how to advertise on Facebook, President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman told journalists Friday. Facebook admitted earlier this month that fake Russian accounts paid $100,000 to advertise content on divisive […]

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Kremlin Denies It Used Facebook Ads To Hack U.S. Vote

September 23, 2017 cody 0

The Kremlin has denied placing ads on social media in order to sway the result of the 2016 U.S. presidential election—in fact, Russia does not even know how to advertise on Facebook, President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman told journalists Friday. Facebook admitted earlier this month that fake Russian accounts paid $100,000 to advertise content on divisive […]

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