Month: June 2019

Tesla has a problem. Short sellers are piling into the stock despite CEO Elon Musk’s claims at a recent shareholder meeting that the electric vehicle maker could deliver a “record quarter at every level.” Ihor Dusaniwsky, the managing director of financial analytics firm S3 Partners, points out that nearly 35% of Tesla stock’s float is
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JPMorgan Chase is to start trials of its “JPM Coin” cryptocurrency in conjunction with corporate clients. According to a report from Bloomberg Japan on Tuesday, Umar Farooq, the investment bank’s head of digital treasury services and blockchain, said that customers would trial the technology with the ultimate aim of speeding up transactions, such as payments between
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Several exploitative websites launched over the weekend aiming to separate credulous Libra investors from their cash. Though Libra has not seen its public debut, the media buzz around it has piqued some would-be investor’s attention. While the majority of searches around buying Libra are focused on how to exchange it for BTC, according to Google
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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 24, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — LiteLink Technologies Inc. (“LiteLink”) (CSE:LLT)(FRA:C0B)(OTC:LLNKF), a key player in logistics platforms and payment solutions, is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary uBUCK Technologies SEZC (“uBUCK”) has signed a strategic alliance with Spare CS, Inc. (“SPARE”) to bring virtual ATM capabilities to uBUCK customers. SPARE is
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A pair of simple Mozilla vulnerabilities made it easier for hackers to phish Coinbase employees. The exploit, detailed by ZDNet, was a remote code execution attack that could force machines running Firefox to install spyware to capture passwords and other data. The two vulnerabilities – CVE-2019-11708 and CVE-2019-11707 – first appeared in April 15 and
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