Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Hagen (68) has been missing since October 31st last year according to the Norwegian Police. Her husband, Tom Hagen, is Norway’s 172 richest person according to Kapital. Serious threats have been made by what appears to be the kidnappers, which is why the police has kept a low profile since they started investigating
Four Hong Kong investors have come out to demand refunds of the capital given to Wong Ching-kit, a businessman who sells Bitcoin mining equipment, after claiming that the 24-year-old crypto promoter scammed them. According to a report on the South China Morning Post (SCMP), the affected investors have suffered losses around HK$ 20,000 (roughly $ 25,000) to
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According to a report by the South China Morning Post, a 24-year-old man is said to have tossed bank notes from the top of a skyscraper in Hong Kong, triggering agitation from passersby below. The man, who was identified as Wong Ching Kit (with aliases such as “Mr. Coin” and “Coin Master”) is the owner … Continued
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The Australian version of “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” featured a bitcoin question that left the contestant. The contestant perhaps wanted to use a “phone a nerd” option to figure the answer out. Could bitcoin’s underlying technology actually be a brickstring? A brickstring does make sense in a mental picture. I mean, c’mon? We’re
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Being fooled into investing in a scam ICO, or in a broken cryptocurrency is heartbreaking, but being fooled into swapping your Bitcoin millions for fake banknotes takes it to a new level. According to new reports, one South Korean businessman has fallen victim of just that, a scam that involved his millions being swapped for €2 million worth of fake banknotes.
According to The Next Web:
“The setting was the glitzy French riviera, the sunny coastal town of Nice.
Erik Finman, the teenage Bitcoin millionaire, plans on creating the ‘world’s best university’ in the city of Dubai to combat outmoded teaching methods.
Most of the time when a person decides to head down the path less traveled, it usually ends in disaster. Yet there are times when a person perseveres and then prospers. Such is the case of Erik Finman, the teenage Bitcoin millionaire. He’s only 19, but he’s parlayed his initial Bitcoin investment into millions of dollars. Now he plans on building the “world’s best university” in the city of Dubai.
Perth, 26 December 2017: Blockchain app Lympo has announced Australian cryptocurrency millionaire and fitness guru Jordan Travers as its newest ambassador to promote and reward healthy lifestyles.
Travers, a fitness trainer and holistic health coach, made headlines at the age of 21 after he grew a $ 2,000 cryptocurrency Ethereum investment to $ 1 million. He’s also the author of wellness book – Man Alive.
Keen to support the growing ecosystem of technology and uses for cryptocurrencies, the Melbourne-based personal trainer is throwing his wellness expertise behind Lympne’s innovative fitness app.