Bitcoin News in Review: HKCEx, Coinotron, Darkcoin, and More. It's Sunday again, which means it's time for another Bitcoin News in Review, where we look back at our biggest stories here on CCN. This week, (18 May - 25 May), was quite eventful, so we've got a lot to cover on this News in Review. We exposed HKCEx as a scam, helped prevent a 51% attack on Litecoin, saw Darkcoin's price skyrocket ... When the South China Morning Post reached out to HKCEx to try and identify/verify the investors’ existence, HKCEx’s supposed CEO Pheng Cheah claimed that non-disclosure agreements prevented him from naming the investors. If you go to HKCEx’ s Crunchbase profile you’ll find the investor of $25 million (not 27=2+25) is “Bitcoin.” If the first $2 million USD in investments couldn’t ... Chairman and CEO Pheng Cheah states accepting non-Bitcoin cryptocurrencies, also known as altcoins, is done with a belief that users are more likely to be traders than users. “We think that Bitcoin as well as altcoins are now used for speculation purposes mostly,” he said, adding, “Moreover, some altcoins are more interesting than Bitcoin for many traders (scalpers, for example). That ... Hong Kong's latest bitcoin exchange is set to become the city's best funded even amid questions about the identities of its backers. A refusal by those running Hong Kong Crypto Exchange to name ... In fact, two men named Pheng Cheah and Long Liang are listed as co-founders. The firm’s registry records also show that its paid-up capital is HK$1. Ian Barlow, a Hong Kong-based security ...
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Panel 2: "Theorizing Literature"; discussion with Marc Redfield (Brown), Pheng Cheah (Berkeley), and Leland Deladurantaye (Claremont McKenna). Saturday, October 4, 2014 120 Physical Sciences ... Conversation between Pheng Cheah and David Damrosch, IWL Tokyo Webcast sponsored by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre. Worlds at Home: On Cosmopolitan Futures is a public symposium bringing together scholars from across Canada, the US and Australia to ... A presentation on “Benedict Anderson’s Cosmopolitan Leanings” by Pheng Cheah, Professor of Rhetoric, UC Berkeley. The presentation by Hendrik Maier from UC R... This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue