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Cryptocurrency Prices Drop, Bitcoin Falls More Than 17%

Bitcoin fell more than 17% to $43,000 after a bumpy start to the introduction of bitcoin as legal tender in El Salvador.

Atlassian Confluence Flaw Exploited to Install Cryptominers

Security companies have reported that threat actors and researchers have actively scanned and exploited the Atlassian Confluence vulnerability.

Texas City Offers Samsung Huge Tax Break to Build Plant

Taylor, Texas plans to offer huge property tax breaks if Samsung opts to choose them for their $17 billion chip plant.

Tech Firms Seek Meeting with Malaysian PM on Cable Waiver

Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Amazon are seeking to meet with Malaysian Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob to ask that foreign vessels be allowed to fix submarine cables in their waters again

El Salvador: Pros and Cons of Introducing Bitcoin

El Salvador will become the first nation in the world to introduce bitcoin as legal tender on Tuesday, a step President Nayib Bukele says could help Salvadorans abroad to save millions in commissions on remittances.

Study Finds Companies Need To Keep Innovating Like 2020

Researchers at Tata Consultancy Services have found that business leaders significantly underestimate the level of innovation needed to be competitive in today's economy.

Majority Of Salvadorans Do Not Want Bitcoin – Poll

A survey conducted by the Central American University (UCA) in El Salvador found that most citizens disapprove of the government's move to introduce Bitcoin as legal tender.

Apple Gives ‘Reader’ Apps a Way Around Commissions

Apple now requires subscription and content apps, or "reader" apps, including Netflix, Disney + and Amazon's Kindle, to give users a direct link to their website to sign up.