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The number of Bitcoin addresses with one or more coins has reached a new all-time high

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While Bitcoin continues to struggle to recover last year’s highs, the latest data shows that addresses holding at least one BTC are on the rise.

As a result, the number of Bitcoin addresses containing one or more digital coins reached a new all-time high of 841,224.

The number of Bitcoin addresses with one or more coins has reached a new all-time high

The surge in holders coincided with Bitcoin dropping more than 55% from its all-time high of nearly $68,000 registered last November.

Companies and private investors are likely to see the current price action in the crypto market as a buying opportunity. Bitcoin is currently trading at around $30,000.

Even with high levels of volatility, buying a single Bitcoin is still prohibitively expensive for most retail investors. Thus, the fall in price may have prompted large investors, known as “whales”, to increase their holdings when their value fell.

However, despite the fact that the “whales” accumulate a significant share of the assets, most of the bitcoins circulate among retail investors who own stakes in the flagship crypto market.

Due to the anonymity of Bitcoin, it is almost impossible to identify specific owners of addresses that contain at least one coin. However, most whales are usually associated with large organizations such as companies and exchanges.

Many companies and analytical agencies remain optimistic. So analysts from MagicPoopCannon expect Bitcoin to rise to $35,000 per coin in the near future. However, there are expectations that the inevitable increase in the rate by the world Central Banks in 2022 may lead to a second fall of bitcoin below $28,000.

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Fraudsters have learned to force customers to change SIM card settings

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Fraudsters have learned to force customers to change SIM card

VTB has uncovered a new method of telephone fraud, as a result of which a user can unwittingly provide access to his online bank to outsiders. Fraudsters call under the guise of employees of the support service of a mobile operator and inform the subscriber about the hacking of his personal account or phone. In order to prevent the user’s personal data from being exposed to the public as a result of the “hacking”, he is asked to dial a special USSD command on the phone, consisting of a combination of numbers, symbols and a phone number. As a result, the subscriber himself changes the settings so that calls and SMS are forwarded from his device to the number of scammers.

Fraudsters have learned to force customers to change SIM card settings

The scammers may then call again to report that the problem has been fixed, but in fact they receive codes from messages and can steal money from the user’s account by gaining access to their online banking. VTB experts recommend installing caller IDs on your smartphones that will allow you to distinguish a real call from a fraudulent one, or not to answer calls from unknown numbers. It is also important to be vigilant and, at the slightest doubt, end a conversation that seems suspicious. According to VTB, in May, the number of customer requests for calls from intruders increased by 70% compared to April this year, exceeding 640,000.

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An unusual small but very thick laptop with an ortholinear keyboard and Arm platforms. MNT Pocket Reform introduced

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An unusual small but very thick laptop with an ortholinear

The era of netbooks is long gone, and there are very few mobile PCs on the market with screens smaller than 10 inches. The new MNT Pocket Reform is one of those.

An unusual small but very thick laptop with an ortholinear keyboard and Arm platforms.  MNT Pocket Reform introduced

But in fact, this laptop was not created at all for the sake of compactness, because, despite the small screen, the dimensions here are very far from optimal, and the thickness can terrify those accustomed to modern ultrabooks.

From the photos you can already understand what the device looks like and why compactness is not at the forefront here. Dimensions are equal to 200 x 126 x 45 mm, and the weight is not indicated at all.

In addition to the unusual design, another highlight of the novelty is the ortholinear keyboard. Not everyone is comfortable using these, which should be considered before buying.

An unusual small but very thick laptop with an ortholinear keyboard and Arm platforms.  MNT Pocket Reform introduced

Further unusual solutions do not end there. The heart of the novelty is not an Intel or AMD processor at all. It is based on a platform based on SoC NXP i.MX8M Plus with 4 or 8 GB of RAM. The platform is removable, so that it can be replaced with something else. The company itself also offers several other options as options:

  • NXP Layerscape LS1028A
  • Raspberry Pi CM4
  • Pine SOQuartz RK3566
  • FPGA AMD/Xilinx Kintex-7

In addition, a platform from the MNT Reform model can be inserted into the PC.

The seven-inch screen is characterized by Full HD resolution. There are Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0 adapters, a 4G or 5G modem (optional), up to 128 GB of flash memory, an SSD slot, a microSD slot, and an 8000 mAh battery.

The body can be made from anodized aluminum or recycled plastic to choose from. The set of ports includes a pair of USB-C, Industrial Ethernet and micro-HDMI.

Given the platform, it is clear that Windows is out of the question. The PC supports Debian GNU/Linux, Arch, Ubuntu, Void, Plan 9, Genode and OpenBSD.

No pricing details yet, but pre-orders will begin in July.

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Stylish, original and surprisingly inexpensive. Nothing Phone (1) is credited with a price of around $390

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Stylish original and surprisingly inexpensive Nothing Phone 1 is credited

In a couple of weeks there will be a presentation of the first smartphone company Nothing, which will be released under the name Nothing Phone (1). Now there is information that it will be a fairly affordable device.

A version with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory, according to rumors, should go on sale for about $ 390. The 8/256 GB version will cost around $405, while the 12/256 GB version will cost $455.

Stylish, original and surprisingly inexpensive.  Nothing Phone (1) is credited with a price of around $390

Nothing Phone (1) will receive a FullHD + OLED screen with support for a refresh rate of 120 Hz. It will be built on the basis of a Snapdragon 778G + single-chip system. The main camera will be equipped with image sensors with a resolution of 50 and 16 megapixels, the front camera will be 16 megapixels. The battery capacity will be 4500 mAh, it will support 45-watt charging.

The smartphone will run on the Android 12 operating system with the Nothing OS shell and proprietary Glyph Interface installed.

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