Though very much a peripheral candidate, Andrew Yang has garnered a great deal of attention of late. He recently qualified for the first presidential debate and is famous for his Universal Basic Income proposal. Though his website hosts an impressive swath of policies, many simply know him as the UBI guy. His concerns about automation in the near future come really close to setting him apart from the pack. But his solution? Absolutely gutting the crypto industry, setting back what the world needs most in an increasingly global society. That’s right: he’s after your Bitcoin.
After a cryptic tweet was put out on John McAfee’s twitter account by a member of his staff, crypto fans and followers of McAfee alike were puzzled by its meaning. The tweet revealed that the founder and former CEO of McAfee Associates would need to “go dark” for some time and that his Twitter account would be operated by his staff in the interim.
Early Tuesday morning, Bitcoin made the largest price surge in recent memory. Growing in value from just $4,180 USD to $5,080 in a short window, the cryptocurrency gained 22% while most of the country slept. Now, a number of analysts think that this surge could mark the start of the next bull run.
During a FinTech meeting held in Chicago on March 18th, Mayor Ralph Emmanuel made it very clear that he wants his “Windy City” to pioneer the ongoing worldwide crypto revolution.
When you think things can’t get any worse, they usually do. Now, 115.000 QuadrigaCX crypto investors, who trusted QuadrigaCX fintech solutions with their hard-earned money, are still waiting with empty hands for their money back or at least for some answers. Unfortunately, as the QuadrigaCX case unfolds it seems that things are getting shadier than ever. It seems that one of the co-founders have a dark past he was trying to hide by changing his name and hiring IT experts to purge his questionable past. Omar Dhanani, now known as Michael Patryn used to be a known con-artist in the US. American authorities charged and arrested him for trying to pull up numerous scams. These scams include credit-fraud, identity theft, and burglary. Continue reading “Surviving QuadrigaCX Co-Founder Has A Criminal Record”