Zebpay, once India’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, is moving operations to Malta after having shut shop on its home turf last month. The exchange, which currently supports 20 cryptocurrencies, will serve users in 20 countries across Europe: Malta Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Netherlands Poland Portugal Slovenia Sweden Unfortunately, the exchange won’t be accessible to users in India. The company had no choice but to leave India shores following strict regulations issued in April by India’s central banking institution, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). At that time, the RBI directed… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin
The IEEE has showcased one of the coolest research projects I’ve seen this month: virtual smells. By stimulating your olfactory nerve with a system that looks like one of those old-fashioned kids electronics kits, they’ve been able to simulate smells. The project is pretty gross. To simulate a smell, the researchers are sticking leads far […]
SINGAPORE (Oct 18): Singapore water treatment firm Hyflux Ltd, which is in the midst of a court-supervised reorganisation, said Indonesia's Salim Group and Medco Group had agreed to acquire 60% of the company for S$400 million (US$290 million), a move that gives it a lifeline for its struggling business.
The new joint venture called SM Investments Pte Ltd has also agreed to give Hyflux a loan of S$130 million, Hyflux and the two Indonesian firms said in a joint statement on Thursday.