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TOKYO/HONG KONG: Bitcoin rebounded to about $50,000 in Asian trading on Thursday after plunging as much as 17% after Elon Musk tweeted Tesla Inc had stopped accepting bitcoin to purchase its vehicles due to climate concerns.
When a new ransomware group popped up on the scene last year, the hackers did what’s in vogue for digital extortion organisations these days: They issued a press release.
NEW YORK/LONDON/TOKYO (Reuters) - Bitcoin slid to a 2-1/2-month low on Thursday after a regulatory probe into crypto exchange Binance added to pressure from Tesla Inc chief Elon Musk's reversing his stance on accepting the digital currency.
(Reuters) -Tesla Inc will no longer accept bitcoin for car purchases, Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Wednesday, citing long-brewing environmental concerns for a swift reversal in the company's position on the cryptocurrency.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Digital currency group Diem Association, formerly known as Facebook Inc's Libra project, plans to launch a U.S. dollar stablecoin as it scales back its global ambitions to focus on the United States, the group said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - California clean-air regulators want nearly all trips on Uber and Lyft ride-hailing platforms to be in electric vehicles, mandating costly measures that the companies call unrealistic without more public subsidies for EVs.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Despite being a new player in the country’s digital payment scene, ShopeePay, the e-wallet arm of online marketplace Shopee, has become a market leader amid the e-commerce boom during the pandemic.
A group of hackers accessed confidential data and login credentials related to tens of millions of Spanish delivery app Glovo’s customers, drivers and employees, cybersecurity firm Yarix said it had discovered.
CARACAS (Reuters) - President Nicolas Maduro said on Tuesday the single-dose Russian Sputnik Light vaccine will soon arrive in Venezuela as the country struggles with rising cases of coronavirus.
A Russian-speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington, D.C., police department says negotiations over payment have broken down, with it rejecting a US$100,000 (RM413,000) payment, and it will release sensitive information that could put lives at risk if more money is not offered.