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LONDON (Bywire News) - To say that the last few months have been turbulent for EOS would be something of an understatement. From Pomelo to the ENF and Eden, new projects have been popping up or coming of age. Meanwhile, a civil war appears to be breaking out over control of the network. Into this st...
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BRUSSELS - Germany urged Britain on Tuesday to come to its senses by respecting its commitments under the Brexit divorce agreement with the European Union and resolve differences over Northern Ireland. London has repeatedly threatened to trigger Article 16, an emergency brake in the Northern Ireland...
By Guy Faulconbridge LONDON - Barbados, a former British colony, will next week ditch Queen Elizabeth as head of state, breaking its last remaining imperial bonds with Britain nearly 400 years since the first English ship arrived at the Caribbean island. Barbados casts the removal of Elizabeth II, w...
LONDON (Bywire News) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson was left lost for words on Monday while delivering a speech to business leaders, as he lost his place in his notes. He chose to save himself by making reference to his trip to a Peppa Pig theme park. Johnson continued to repeat "forgive me" as he p...
FILE PHOTO: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks during a meeting with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis at Downing Street, in London, Britain, November 16, 2021. Daniel Leal/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo
LONDON (Bywire News) - As Ultra announces a major partnership with games publisher Skybound, and two new additional partnerships with ‘Plug In Digital’ and ‘Microids’, are we on the verge of a tipping point for blockchain? Gaming has long been one of the most promising avenues which could unlock the...
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TOKYO - An ice wall intended to halt the flow of groundwater at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi Power plant operated by Tokyo Electric (TEPCO) may have partially melted, broadcaster NHK reported on Friday. TEPCO plans to reinforce the wall as early as at the start of December and is considering further co...
Written by Sylvain Saurel - In Bitcoin We Trust After four years without any major upgrades, the Bitcoin protocol has just experienced a major one with the activation of Taproot during November 2021. Taproot will be an essential game-changer for the future of Bitcoin, setting the foundation for futu...
Written by Sylvain Saurel - In Bitcoin We Trust Former U.S. Secretary of State in the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton has just made a notable media appearance talking about Bitcoin. Here's what the former first lady of the United States had to say during the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Sing...
LONDON (Bywire News) - Boris Johnson's deputy has said that the Prime Minister is "on great form." He added that Johnson's speech to business leaders in which he deviated to speak about his trip to Peppa Pig World is not a reason to worry about his abilities as a leader. On Monday, during a speech, ...
FILE PHOTO: Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds a news conference at 10 Downing Street, on the day of reflection to mark the anniversary of Britain's first coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown, in London, Britain March 23, 2021. REUTERS/Hannah McKay/Pool/File Photo
By Paul Sandle and Lucy Marks LONDON - Big Ben's dials will emerge from a shroud of scaffolding in time for the world famous clock to perform its most important annual role - ringing in the New Year for thousands on the streets of London and millions more watching on television. The clock tower of B...
MOSCOW (Bywire News) - It was reported on Tuesday by Russia's TASS news agency that, the interior ministry of Belarus said that 118 migrants were deported on Monday and more would follow on Tuesday. Belarus has been condemned by the European Union for flying in thousands of immigrants from war-ridde...
FILE PHOTO: Migrants stay in the transport and logistics centre Bruzgi on the Belarusian-Polish border in the Grodno region, Belarus November 22, 2021. Andrei Pokumeiko/BelTA/Handout via REUTERS
By Fayaz Bukhari and Alasdair Pal SRINAGAR - Rights groups including the United Nations have criticised the arrest of a prominent activist in Indian-administered Kashmir on terror funding charges. Khurram Parvez was arrested late on Monday by India's federal National Investigation Agency (NIA), an I...
PARIS - French European Affairs Minister Clement Beaune said on Monday that the fishing situation with Britain was still not a satisfactory one, adding the issue had not initially been taken seriously enough by the European Commission. "It is a EU issue," Beaune said in a an interview with Politico ...
JERUSALEM/DUBAI - Israel and Jordan have signed a declaration of intent for a water-for-energy deal, Israel's Energy Ministry said on Monday, in the first such deal between the two countries. The project would see Jordan build 600 megawatts of solar generating capacity which would be exported to Isr...
MOSCOW - The Kremlin said on Monday it was alarmed by a U.S.-backed push to supply Ukraine with sophisticated weapons, but said U.S. media outlets that have suggested Russia is poised to attack Ukraine are being used in a disinformation campaign. The head of Ukraine's military intelligence told the ...
By Laura Sanicola - The United States uses more gasoline than any other nation in the world, and lately Americans have grown concerned about the swift rise in costs at the pump. The White House on Tuesday announced plans to release millions of barrels of oil from strategic reserves in coordination w...
By Mark Trevelyan - Russian troop movements near Ukraine have drawn concern from Kyiv and the United States that it might be considering attacking its neighbour. Here is a look at some of the questions that raises. WHAT ARE THE TWO SIDES SAYING ABOUT THE RISK OF CONFLICT? Russia denies threatening a...
MOSCOW - Belarus is waiting for an answer from the European Union on whether the bloc will accept 2,000 stranded migrants from the Belarusian border, President Alexander Lukashenko was quoted as saying on Monday by the official Belta news agency. Lukashenko said Belarus would demand Germany takes in...
LONDON (Bywire News) - Michael O'Sullivan from Bywire interviews Brock Pierce, EOS founder and Helios CEO. The trailer will be replaced with the live interview tomorrow at 12pm est. This is the only URL to watch the interview. ...
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You can’t tell me that’s so drastically different from what we saw in the lead-up to those previous zooms. Similar contours. Similar timeframe. Same general path. Game over? Does that mean we have to go straight to the market cycle peak once the market gets over this lull? No. Far from it. But if yo...