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The firm lost around 8,000 bitcoin (BTC) and 56,000 ether (ETH) in June in forced liquidations as the crypto market plunged to an 18-month low, sending bitcoin below $20,000, the deck shows, according to The Block. The trades were unhedged in what was described as a “volatile trading week.”
— (Fortune) (July 29) (Pocket)
San Francisco-based blockchain payments company Ripple Labs, which is embroiled in a high-profile battle with the U.S. securities regulator, is interested in potentially purchasing assets of bankrupt crypto lender Celsius Network, according to a company spokesperson.
— (CNBC) (August 10) (Pocket)
Aug 10 (Reuters) - San Francisco-based blockchain payments company Ripple Labs Inc, which is embroiled in a high-profile battle with the U.S. securities regulator, is interested in potentially purchasing assets of bankrupt crypto lender Celsius Network, according to a company spokesperson.
— (Reuters) (August 10) (Pocket)
Three of the slayings happened in the past week. Now law enforcement officials are seeking help finding a vehicle believed to be connected to the killings in New Mexico’s largest city. The common elements were the victims’ race and religion, officials said.
— (PBS) (August 9) (Pocket)
Debbie Almontaser, a Muslim community leader in New York, said that a female friend who lives in Michigan and wears the hijab head covering shared with her over the weekend just how rattled she was. “She’s like, ‘This is so terrifying. I’m so scared. I travel alone,’” Almontaser said.
— (Snopes) (August 9) (Pocket)
Hussain was a 25-year-old man who was from Pakistan and passed away shortly after two other Pakistanis, Muhammad Afzaal Hussain, 27, and Aftab Hussein, 41. (Image courtesy: AlexaSkonieski/twitter) Photograph:( Twitter )
— (WION) (August 9) (Pocket)
Graffiti in Muslim-dominated Mombasa rallies against the 2017 election with the Kiswahili slogan "Kura ni Haramu" ("voting is haram/prohibitted"). Photo by Janer Murikira/picture alliance via Getty ImagesKenyan Muslims played a part in the push to repeal repressive political laws in the country in the early 1990s. But Muslims, who account for 11% of the population, have yet to enjoy the fruits of their activist labour. This is because they remain divided. Their division – due both to internal and external factors – means they aren’t a political power bloc big enough for the elites who run the country to seek their support as a community.
— (The Conversation) (August 7) (Pocket)
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