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  1. mergea Microsoft DaRT pt redenumire utilman&cmd pe win 10 cu ult update...
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    "As stated in all our releases, the primary goal of the Weiss Cryptocurrency Ratings is to help protect investors from risk, while leading them to the most sustainable, robust cryptocurrencies. That goal requires playing close to the pattern of recent price declines as well as tech issues that could hinder a price recovery. "
  5. Bitcoin is a 'Project of US Intelligence,' Kaspersky Lab Co-Founder Claims Natalya Kaspersky claimed that Bitcoin was designed to provide financing for US and British intelligence activities around the world. The expert called the cryptocurrency "dollar 2.0." The Bitcoin cryptocurrency was developed by "American intelligence agencies," Natalya Kaspersky, CEO of the InfoWatch group of companies and specialist in cyber security systems, said during her presentation at ITMO University in St. Petersburg. Kaspersky was giving a speech on information wars and digital sovereignty. Photos of her presentation entitled "Modern technologies – the basis for information and cyber-wars," have been published on social media. "Bitcoin is a project of American intelligence agencies, which was designed to provide quick funding for US, British and Canadian intelligence activities in different countries. [The technology] is 'privatized,' just like the Internet, GPS and TOR. In fact, it is dollar 2.0. Its rate is controlled by the owners of exchanges," one of the slides read. She also claimed that Satoshi Nakamoto (the pseudonym used by its founder or founders) is the name for a group of American cryptographers. The presentation also claimed that a smartphone cannot be considered as a personal gadget. A smartphone "is a remotely controlled device designed for entertainment, work and at the same time for spying on its owner," according to Kaspersky, who is also the co-founder of Kaspersky Lab. https://sputniknews.com/business/201801191060881605-kasperskaya-bitcoin-us-intelligence/
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    17 Motive pentru care sa iti cumperi iPhone X: 1. IPhone X nu costa mult, esti tu prea sarac. 2. IPhone X e asa de tare ca daca, cade pe jos se sparge Galaxy S8-ul altcuiva. 3. IPhone X e asa de puternic incat daca stergi un numar din agenda acea persoana moare in viata reala. 4. Cand folosesti GPS-ul de fapt tu stai pe loc si pamantul ti se misca sub picioare. 5. Cand activezi modalitatea "Do Not Disturb", iPhone X stinge toate telefoanele prietenilor tai. 6. IPhone X are un ecran asa de definit ca daca te uiti la un film, actorii se simt observati. 7. IPhone X are marul intreg si in plus mai e si biologic. 8. IPhone X e asa smecher incat husa lui e alt iPhone X. 9. Incarcatorul de masina pentru iPhone X nu incarca telefonul, ci masina. 10. Pe pagina Apple langa sectiunea de unde poti cumpara un iPhone X este si sectiunea de unde un iPhone X te poate cumpara pe tine. 11. Si iPhone X se poate conecta la Bluetooth. Cu lumea de dincolo. 12. Cand un iPhone X cade, stelele isi pun o dorinta. 13. Siri din iPhone X stie unde se afla Elodia. 14. IPhone X nu are modalitatea avion, avionul are modalitatea iPhone X. 15. Calculatorul din iPhone X poate sa imparta la 0. 16. IPhone X e asa de realistic ca daca vrei sa te uiti la un porno iti trebuie prezervativ. 17. Daca suni un numar inexistent cu un iPhone X, acel numar incepe sa existe
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  9. A crackdown on organized crime by Bulgarian law enforcement in May resulted in the seizure of more than 200,000 bitcoins – an amount worth more than $3 billion at today's prices. According to a press release dated May 19 from the Southeast European Law Enforcement Center (SELEC), a regional organization comprised of 12 member states including Bulgaria, a total of 213,519 bitcoins were seized that month. Twenty-three Bulgarian nationals were arrested during the operation, and officials said at the time that the arrests and subsequent asset seizures followed an investigation into an alleged customs fraud scam. As of press time, the amount seized is worth approximately $3.3 billion, at a price of roughly $15,524, according to CoinDesk's Bitcoin Price Index (BPI). Authorities commented at the time: "The offenders choose the bitcoin way of investing/saving the money, because it is rather difficult to be tracked and followed." They further alleged that those involved developed a virus which was used to hack into Bulgarian Customs computers, allowing the perpetrators to skip paying fees when transporting goods into the country. The virus was uploaded to government machines by bribed agents, according to the release. In all, the alleged perpetrators avoided paying some 10 million leva (Bulgaria's national currency), worth roughly $6 million. What remains unclear at this time is what the Bulgarian government is doing with the seized bitcoins. According to a report from Bivol.bg from Nov. 28, the Bulgarian government declined to release further details, citing an ongoing criminal investigation. Notable in the May 19 release is a notation that, at the time it was published, a single bitcoin was worth $2,354. The release stated that the total amount seized was worth $500 million – less than one-sixth of its current value today. https://www.coindesk.com/bulgarian-government-sitting-3-billion-bitcoin
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