No Rule Against Bitcoin, ETH or XRP Insider Trading at SEC Leaked Email Reveals

The United States Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC), which has claimed jurisdiction over XRP, has no rules against holding or trading the crypto according to an email by the SEC. “Our Ethics Office has a ‘Prohibited Holdings’ list pertaining to securities that fall within 5 C.F.R. 4401.102(c)(1). BTC, ETH, and XRP have never appeared on… Continue reading No Rule Against Bitcoin, ETH or XRP Insider Trading at SEC Leaked Email Reveals

Ric Grenell won't rule out run for California governor amid Newsom recall, says GOP can win

Ric Grenell on California recall: Not ‘about red state or blue state, it’s about frustrated state’ Grenell, in an interview with Fox News at CPAC, didn’t rule out running for governor of California in a runoff. ORLANDO, Florida – Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell didn’t rule out running for California governor after… Continue reading Ric Grenell won't rule out run for California governor amid Newsom recall, says GOP can win

FinCEN’s wallet rule is open for another day of comments because ‘government officials can’t count to 15’

The United States Treasury Department may have accidentally widened the window of opportunity for anyone wishing to submit comments regarding the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s new crypto rules. Last month, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FinCEN, proposed rules that would require registered crypto exchanges to verify the identity of people using “an unhosted or… Continue reading FinCEN’s wallet rule is open for another day of comments because ‘government officials can’t count to 15’

Police Scotland rule out setting up road blocks to enforce travel ban

Police Scotland will double its presence along border with England with ‘highly visible patrols’ to deter anyone breaching Covid travel ban but senior officers rule out setting up road blocks to enforce new restrictions Police Scotland said police will not set up checkpoints and road blocks at border Nicola Sturgeon yesterday warned that officers would… Continue reading Police Scotland rule out setting up road blocks to enforce travel ban

Proms choir sing Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory after row – with lyrics on screen – The Sun

RULE Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory have been sung by the Proms choir after weeks of controversy over their lyrics. The BBC previously said the pieces would be performed without lyrics but executed a U-turn following heated debate over the decision. Organisers of the BBC Proms originally said the songs would be featured… Continue reading Proms choir sing Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory after row – with lyrics on screen – The Sun

Jeremy Corbyn DEFIES mask rules by shopping without a face covering

Old Labour, New Danger: Jeremy Corbyn DEFIES mask rules by shopping without a face covering on day restrictions are brought in to protect the public Jeremy Corbyn spotted inside an Italian deli in Islington, London without a mask  He wore a blue face covering around his neck as he left Nationwide bank today  Face coverings… Continue reading Jeremy Corbyn DEFIES mask rules by shopping without a face covering

Ambiguous conditions on EU deal set to embolden Hungary and Poland

BUDAPEST/WARSAW (Reuters) – The European Union’s agreement on a coronavirus recovery fund is likely to embolden nationalist leaders in Poland and Hungary because it sets no mechanism for tying the disbursement of money to democratic norms. EU leaders agreed a watered-down wording on conditionality in Brussels on Tuesday after Warsaw and Budapest resisted tougher language… Continue reading Ambiguous conditions on EU deal set to embolden Hungary and Poland

Justices rule UNANIMOUSLY that states can force presidential electors to back their states’ popular vote – The Sun

THE Supreme Court Justices has ruled that states can force presidential electors to back their states’ popular vote this week. The unanimous ruling on Monday means states can require presidential electors to back their states popular vote winner in the Electoral College. The news comes just under four months before the US Presidential Election 2020… Continue reading Justices rule UNANIMOUSLY that states can force presidential electors to back their states’ popular vote – The Sun

What are the new lockdown rules for those shielding and who is considered vulnerable?

PEOPLE who have been shielding during the coronavirus pandemic will be able to enjoy more freedoms from tomorrow. It comes as the government changed its guidance for people shielding after the number of infections decreased over the last few weeks. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates Since the lockdown… Continue reading What are the new lockdown rules for those shielding and who is considered vulnerable?

2m rule should be slashed in HALF as soon as possible, Scottish Secretary says

BRITAIN'Stwo metre rule should be slashed in half to just one metre as soon as possible, the Scottish Secretary has said. Alister Jack said the UK must move to open up the economy again "as quickly as we can". ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates Speaking on BBC Radio… Continue reading 2m rule should be slashed in HALF as soon as possible, Scottish Secretary says

AG Barr: 'I felt the rules were being changed to hurt Trump'

Media knock Barr’s probe of FBI Attorney general asks prosecutor to examine 2016 surveillance. Attorney General William Barr said that his handling of the Mueller report and its aftermath is rooted in a desire to defend the power of the executive branch rather than personal support for President Trump. "I felt the rules were being changed to… Continue reading AG Barr: 'I felt the rules were being changed to hurt Trump'

Calvin Ayre: courts could rule on “consumer fraud” of cryptos that claim to be Bitcoin

In a wide-ranging interview, the businessman Calvin Ayre, a major supporter of the work of Dr. Craig Wright, says that a forthcoming legal case being brought to prove that Dr. Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, could also lead to a ruling that would stop cryptocurrencies other than Bitcoin SV (BSV) using the… Continue reading Calvin Ayre: courts could rule on “consumer fraud” of cryptos that claim to be Bitcoin

CFPB proposes rule to limit debt collectors’ calls

Federal regulators proposed a new rule on Tuesday to curb debt collectors’ calls to delinquent borrowers — but consumer advocates complained that the rules leave open too many loopholes when it comes to spam emails and texts. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new rule would limit the number of times that debt collectors can call… Continue reading CFPB proposes rule to limit debt collectors’ calls

Dragon Looks To ‘Rule Ibiza’ With Yet Another Exciting Partnership For Dragon Music

The Balearic Island of Ibiza boasts some of the world’s best dancefloors and regularly attracts superstars of the scene such as David Guetta who dropped tunes by Adriatique and Maceo Plex last summer.  This summer sees masses of unmissable events, featuring unique line ups of international artists and emerging trailblazers such as Chase & Status, Andy C, Dimension, Barely Legal,… Continue reading Dragon Looks To ‘Rule Ibiza’ With Yet Another Exciting Partnership For Dragon Music

First rule of Bank Holiday DIY — don’t injure yourself and enjoy a beer instead

LAST weekend the sun shone, the trees were ablaze with blossom and there were four glorious days off work to enjoy it all. Big up to the Baby Jesus for that. And yet, despite the cloudless skies, no one thought: “Right. I shall take a chair and a beer into my garden and spend the… Continue reading First rule of Bank Holiday DIY — don’t injure yourself and enjoy a beer instead

Bitcoin [BTC/USD] Technical Analysis: Cryptocurrency struggles to hit $4,000 as bear continues its rule

The current cryptocurrency market has seen something of a roller coaster, with some coins seeing bullish gains while others are still crumbling under the bear’s pressure. Popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin [BTC], XRP and Ethereum [ETH] have been seeing surprising gains, with the bear still looming large. 1-hour The one-hour BTC chart shows the cryptocurrency slowly… Continue reading Bitcoin [BTC/USD] Technical Analysis: Cryptocurrency struggles to hit $4,000 as bear continues its rule

South Korea Enacts Rules Regulating Cryptocurrency

The South Korean government has announced a number of new restrictions on cryptocurrency trading amid a surge of crypto popularity by the South Korean public. The government claims these rules are designed to control fraud and to protect the public from losses incurred from wild price fluctuations. Bitcoin prices fell 11 percent after the announcement,… Continue reading South Korea Enacts Rules Regulating Cryptocurrency

EOS and Ethereum: One DApp Platform to Rule Them All?

Does the market have room for two thriving DApp platforms? Ethereum and EOS represent two distinct approaches to carrying out smart contracts and supporting more than 1,500 DApps. DApps coming to EOS (image by Raleigh Felton and EOSTribe) Ethereum holds an advantage as the first native DApp platform, but EOS is proposing a much faster… Continue reading EOS and Ethereum: One DApp Platform to Rule Them All?

South Korea Enacts Rules Regulating Cryptocurrency

The South Korean government has announced a number of new restrictions on cryptocurrency trading amid a surge of crypto popularity by the South Korean public. The government claims these rules are designed to control fraud and to protect the public from losses incurred from wild price fluctuations. Bitcoin prices fell 11 percent after the announcement,… Continue reading South Korea Enacts Rules Regulating Cryptocurrency