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The 9 most popular online courses people are taking on Coursera from Stanford, Yale, and Princeton The 9 most popular online courses people are taking on Coursera from Stanford, Yale, and Princeton

The 9 most popular online courses people are taking on Coursera from Stanford, Yale, and Princeton

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When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Coursera/Facebook Millions of students of all ages use Coursera to learn something new, whether for personal enjoyment or professional advancement. The online classes are completely free to audit, or, you can pay an affordable monthly fee in order to receive…

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‘Can we panic now?’: Stocks, oil, bitcoin, and Treasury yields plunge after Trump’s coronavirus plan fails to calm investors ‘Can we panic now?’: Stocks, oil, bitcoin, and Treasury yields plunge after Trump’s coronavirus plan fails to calm investors

‘Can we panic now?’: Stocks, oil, bitcoin, and Treasury yields plunge after Trump’s coronavirus plan fails to calm investors

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AP Photo/Richard Drew Stocks, oil, bitcoin, and Treasury yields plunged Thursday, the morning after the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus a pandemic. President Donald Trump gave a televised address in which he announced travel restrictions from Europe and pledged to help affected Americans and support small businesses. One analyst said, however, that Trump’s…

Bitcoin price crash forces miners off network Bitcoin price crash forces miners off network

Bitcoin price crash forces miners off network

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Bitcoin miners, particularly those in China, are feeling the brunt of the Bitcoin price crash. According to data from Bitcoin mining pool F2Pool, the majority of mining pools have seen large drops in hash rate on their platforms. Hash rate is the amount of computation power that Bitcoin miners are expending to try to mine…

Erlay: Bandwidth-efficient Bitcoin transaction relay protocol Erlay: Bandwidth-efficient Bitcoin transaction relay protocol

Erlay: Bandwidth-efficient Bitcoin transaction relay protocol

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Since it’s only used for transactions, there’s no need to pass in an inv type. This is in preparation for wtxid-based invs (we need to be able to tell whether we AlreadyHave() a transaction based on either txid or wtxid). This also double the size of the bloom filter, which is overkill, but still uses…

We Recovered over $300K of Bitcoin We Recovered over $300K of Bitcoin

We Recovered over $300K of Bitcoin

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Story time! Around twenty years ago, I was working as a reverse-engineer and cryptanalyst for AccessData while getting my Physics degree at BYU. It was the late 90s and early 2000s. The US government had been gradually easing off export restrictions on software containing cryptography, but most software still contained pretty worthless password protection. We’d…

10 things you need to know before the opening bell 10 things you need to know before the opening bell

10 things you need to know before the opening bell

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John Gress/Reuters Here’s what you need to know before the markets open. 1. ‘Central banks are on their A game’: Stocks, oil, and bitcoin rally as stimulus efforts temper coronavirus fears. “We need to see a further decline in volatility and price stabilization before crying victory,” one analyst cautioned. 2. ‘An unprecedented surge in layoffs’:…

Viral research firm ‘Folding at Home’ has 400K users fighting C19 with CPU power Viral research firm ‘Folding at Home’ has 400K users fighting C19 with CPU power

Viral research firm ‘Folding at Home’ has 400K users fighting C19 with CPU power

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Hundreds of thousands of PC owners are donating their CPU power to help fight the coronavirus. Within a Reddit AMA last night, Folding@home—a distributed computing project tasked with developing therapies for disease—noted a 1,200% increase in volunteers since the coronavirus outbreak. “We had about 30K users before the pandemic started. In the past two weeks,…

Montblanc Would Like You to Pay $1,170 for Its New LTE Smartwatch Montblanc Would Like You to Pay $1,170 for Its New LTE Smartwatch

Montblanc Would Like You to Pay $1,170 for Its New LTE Smartwatch

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Altogether these four would cost $4,680. Pre-coronavirus, I could go on vacation for that much. Photo: Victoria Song (Gizmodo)When Montblanc launched its Summit 2 smartwatch two years ago, the pricey device was notable for being one of the only Wear OS watches around with the next-gen Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 chip, which offered better performance…

Russia Will Ban the Issuing and Selling of Cryptocurrencies Russia Will Ban the Issuing and Selling of Cryptocurrencies

Russia Will Ban the Issuing and Selling of Cryptocurrencies

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Russia Will Ban the Issuing and Selling of Cryptocurrencies (forbes.com) Posted by EditorDavid on Saturday March 21, 2020 @04:34PM from the magic-internet-money dept. A senior Russian official says an upcoming digital assets bill will ban the issuing and selling of cryptocurrencies. Forbes reports: “We believe there are big risks of legalizing the operations with the…

Revolut finally launches debit card and app in the United States Revolut finally launches debit card and app in the United States

Revolut finally launches debit card and app in the United States

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Revolut’s “Financial Super App” and debit card are coming to the U.S: Image: Revolut By Stan Schroeder2020-03-24 12:13:22 UTC Revolut, one of Europe’s hottest fintech startups, is launching in the U.S.  The London-based company made a name for itself by consolidating numerous aspects of a user’s financial life into a single mobile app, including a…

This coronavirus Android malware will lock you out of your phone This coronavirus Android malware will lock you out of your phone

This coronavirus Android malware will lock you out of your phone

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At the beginning of March, Google began blocking the search terms for “coronavirus” and “COVID-19” on the Play Store. This was an effort to prevent nefarious developers from spreading misinformation or taking advantage of user’s fears and concerns. So far, it has worked, as long as you stick to the Play Store, your searches for…

Cryptos: Bitcoin plunges 26%, its sharpest selloff in 7 years Cryptos: Bitcoin plunges 26%, its sharpest selloff in 7 years

Cryptos: Bitcoin plunges 26%, its sharpest selloff in 7 years

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Cryptocurrencies were not immune to the coronavirus-related selloff on Wall Street on Thursday, as the price of bitcoin plummeted 26%, its worst daily selloff in seven years. Bitcoin US:BTCUSD was recently trading below $5,700, as the world’s largest digital currency by market cap has lost nearly a third of its value in the past five…

Use this code to remove the Coronavirus Tracker ransomware Use this code to remove the Coronavirus Tracker ransomware

Use this code to remove the Coronavirus Tracker ransomware

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If you were unfortunate enough to fall victim to the malicious Coronavirus Tracker app for Android, we’ve got some good news: You can unlock your phone without paying the Bitcoin ransom. Researchers from security firm ESET have noticed the hackers hard-coded the ransomware key. Even better: After digging into the code, the researchers were able…

Libra rival Celo launches 50-member Alliance For Prosperity Libra rival Celo launches 50-member Alliance For Prosperity

Libra rival Celo launches 50-member Alliance For Prosperity

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Some Libra Association members like Andreessen Horowitz and Coinbase Ventures are double-dipping, backing a competing cryptocurrency developer platform. Launching today with over 50 partners, non-profit The Celo Foundation’s ‘Alliance For Prosperity’ offers a way for developers to build decentralized mobile apps that are based on Celo’s blockchain platform and USD stablecoin. The open-source Celo platform…

Farewell SETI@Home Farewell SETI@Home

Farewell SETI@Home

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It was about 21 years ago that Berkley started one of the first projects that would allow you to donate idle computing time to scientific research. In particular, your computer could help crunch data from radio telescopes looking for extraterrestrial life. Want to help? You may be too late. The project is going into hibernation…

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