Coindar is the nifty cryptocurrency trading tool that every investor should use

Cryptocurrency trading can be a fickle mistress – and if you hang out in Telegram channels long enough you’ll see these questions asked incessantly: When moon? Why dump? When new exchange? Well, a new service has opened up that can help answer in real time. Coindar is primarily a web-based cryptocurrency calendar for your desktop – but one that has a direct line to the developers of blockchain projects. This creates a rather ingenious ecosystem that allows teams to add tech updates, meet-up information and other milestones, meaning that the information is primarily from official sources. We are happy because 50… This story continues at The Next Web …read more… Read More

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The 10 most important things in the world right now

Hello! Here’s what’s happening on Friday. 1. US President Donald Trump said he’d be Vladimir Putin’s “worst enemy” if the Russian president ever crossed the line. Trump was earlier criticized for failing to condemn Russia’s meddling in the 2016 US presidential election during his summit with Putin. 2. UK Prime Minister Theresa May is in Northern Ireland to defend her Brexit plan. Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said May’s treatment of the Irish border issue was the biggest mistake of her EU negotiations. 3. 11 people, including children, died after a tourist boat capsized in Missouri. A boat on a Missouri lake sank Thursday night due to stormy weather. 4.… Read More

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How Justin Trudeau is helping Vince Cable transform the Liberal Democrats

Exclusive: A political strategist who worked for Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron is advising Sir Vince Cable on how to transform the Liberal Democrats. Tom Pitfield, a data analytics expert and childhood friend of Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, is helping Cable with party reforms which will be unveiled at the Lib Dem autumn conference. Cable met with Trudeau at a summit in London earlier this year. “A space has been created and I’m thinking about how we can move into it,” Cable told Business Insider. Cable is this week celebrating the one year anniversary of his leadership of the Lib Dems. LONDON — A former advisor to Justin Trudeau who… Read More

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WhatsApp limits message forwarding to fight the spread of fake news

WhatsApp is making yet another change to its service to prevent the spread of misinformation by neutering its message forwarding function. Users will now only be able to forward messages to 20 contacts at a time; people in India will be limited to forwarding messages to only five people at a time. In addition, the shortcut button for forwarding messages that appears next to images and video will be removed. The company is applying a more stringent limit on forwarding to users in India, where the spread of misleading messages over the past year has led to a nationwide spree… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read… Read More

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‘The world as we know it is ending’: Here’s how to profit from the rise of a new world order

Macquarie’s Viktor Shvets identifies seven “themes” that will shape the future of the global economy. Shvets, a strategist known for his unconventional perspectives, includes topics like “bullets and prisons” and “opium of the people” in his presentation. “While themes seldom work on a consistent basis, there are times when they dominate for years (decades),” he wrote. “This is one of these times.” “The world as we know it is ending, but not tomorrow.” That’s the somewhat bleak perspective put forward by Macquarie strategist Viktor Shvets in a presentation to clients this week, seen by Business Insider. Shvets, a strategist known for his unconventional perspectives, put forward the idea that things… Read More

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Philippines ordered a 71-year-old nun be deported and blacklisted after her political activism upset Duterte

The Philippine immigration authority has ordered the deportation and blacklisting of an Australian nun who was investigated for her political activism per instructions from President Rodrigo Duterte. The authority said 71-year-old Sister Patricia Fox “poses a risk to public interest” and has been accused of violating the terms of her missionary visa. Fox served as a missionary in the Philippines for 27 years and advocates for human rights and welfare in the country. Fox’s lawyers said they plan to appeal the decision and will fight “this kind of persecution.” The Philippine immigration authority has ordered the deportation and blacklisting of an Australian nun who was investigated, under instruction from President… Read More

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