By CCN Markets: The U.S. Army Twitter account got some mixed reactions from an adorable, but questionable video upload Saturday. The Army’s official Twitter posted a video of a toddler, too young to pronounce a single word correctly, singing “the Army song.” The best thing you'll see today. Let's hear you sing the Army song. #ArmyBday pic.twitter.com/ifYyOBzB02 — U.S. Army (@USArmy) June 14, 2019 Some of the Twitterati found the video to be totes adorbs. Others questioned whether it promoted violence and war propaganda to children and minors. This Is What The CIA Calls ‘Blowback’ I'm nursing a semi-serious
Over the last few months, there’s been a lot of discussion about the company Ripple Labs and the digital token XRP. A recently published report on the market valuation of XRP, authored by the cryptocurrency data startup Messari, has caused quite a stir among the community. After Messari’s founder Ryan Selkis shared an article concerning the XRP study, he claims someone called his phone and harassed him.
This time last year, altcoiners were jubilant at the soaring value of their respective cryptos, while gloating at BTC’s diminishing dominance. “Penny coins” such as Ripple, Iota, and Verge were rocketing, with fanboys decrying any media outlets that dared to “FUD” them. One year later, and most of those altcoiners have crawled back into the woodwork or returned to their first love – Bitcoin.
Tel Aviv-based trading app eToro has issued an apology to XRP Army, a term used to describe the large and dedicated Twitter following of Ripple’s digital currency, over a critical video detailing the price action of XRP as a warning to investors. A thread. We are happy to see how strong and well connected the #xrpcommunity is. It […]
Jackson Palmer, the creator of Dogecoin (DOGE), apparently has had enough of the XRP Army, a term used to describe the large and dedicated Twitter following of Ripple’s digital currency. As a result, Palmer recently published an open-source script to automatically block XRP accounts on Twitter, disabling their ability to mention the user when enabled. XRP Away, […]
Retail giant Walmart has a plan to build an army of autonomous robots controlled and authenticated through a blockchain network. Documents published on Thursday by the US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) show that the Walmart has applied to patent a system that oversees the “in-field authenticating of autonomous robots.” The Bentonville, AR-based firm submitted
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