Recently, a lot is said about banks entering the world of cryptocurrencies, first JP Morgan, then Japanese Mizhuo, and now the Swiss bank Dukascopy. The cryptocurrency called Dukascoin (DUK +) was launched on February 28 and is based on the ERC-20 standard.
The president of Dukascopy Andre Duk, boasts in an interview with Finance Magnates, that Dukascoin is the world’s first banking cryptocurrency running in the process of regulated ICO. However, the cryptocurrency distribution process is more like airdrop, and the Dukascoin functionality itself creates something like a loyalty token. You can get Dukascoin by opening an account at the bank or recommending an account to a friend, but in the future there will be a platform where you can buy or sell tokens at prices set by the market.
The network has information about the upcoming change, which will soon be on Twitter. It’s about the ability to hide the answers to our tweets. The function is currently being tested and of course its final version may differ slightly from the one just discovered.
Twitter wants to put a “Hide tweet” button on the menu – by clicking on it you will block the visibility of a given answer both for ourselves and for all viewers of a particular thread. The option is to be tested more extensively in the coming months.
The Chinese are opting for peaceful resolution of conflicts and have decided to respond to the United States on allegations of espionage, quite a specific advertisement placed on the entire page of the Thursday edition of The Wall Street Journal. It is an open letter to all American media.
The whole was accompanied by a rather eloquent slogan “Do not believe everything you hear.” Huawei encourages you to be convinced of the truth with your own eyes and not to trust any information provided by any media. The advertisement was signed by the management director of Huawei, Catherine Chen.
It is sometimes said that Microsoft bravely fights the problems that he created himself. This is not quite the case – some are a normal trend, which unfortunately does not bypass Redmond and when this company doubles up and develops even the central repository for Windows, it receives a blow similar to Android.
The camera mounted in Tesla identified the high-speed car approaching and braked for a fraction of a second before the impact, just after the Model 3 driver entered the intersection.
If the car did not have an automatic braking system installed, the driver could die driving under the wheels of a raging madman, or into a car going to the right. It is also not excluded that the accident would not have occurred at all if all vehicles at the intersection were equipped with a similar system as at Tesla. You can watch the recording from the event below.
To install Windows 95 on your computer at this time is to ask for death – even if you want to “just play”. Virtual machine – this is a better option, but you still need to “play” a bit. And what if you could download literally one file and play as much as your heart desires? The creators of the “electron” version of Windows 95 have something for you – from now on in the new version!
The creators of the Chrome browser have an idea how to reduce the need for memory. For now, this is an experimental feature, available only in the development of the Chrome Canary, but once it works, it probably will go to the general edition.
This is the “Skip best effort tasks” flag that, when activated, allows the browser to perform certain actions at the time of closing. As we read in the description, Chrome will not perform tasks such as saving user data, clearing the cache, telemetry reporting or updating components in real time; he will do it with a delay.