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Africa -  a promised land of Bitcoin?

B: Tristan, let's start from general issues: How do you perceive recent regulatory trends of bitcoin market worldwide?

T: It is to be expected, as regulators come to terms with this new and extraordinary technology. We will continue to see different and varied reactions from various governments around the globe, over the next few years.
In our market of South Africa regulators have been quite favourable. As a result we at ICE Cubed know exactly what we have to do to run a good, compliant exchange.

B: What's your opinion about filing the technological gap between African countries and highly developed countries and can Bitcoin be beneficial in this matter?



Dear Readers,

You can take a look at dev version, at the moment only for PC not yet for mobile devices

It will run on ModX, it's the best in PHP, later we plan something based on Node or web2py.  Don't dare looking in to the code, its a total mess yet :)))

In the future we  are going to run  platforms in many languages.  Each website will have their own life and ecosystem, each will concern issues of respective country and you will be able to follow the progress.

The platform consists of 4 parts:
1.NEWS-bitcoin related news, academy,  btc business, relax(style, fashion, beauty ,travelling)
2.NOESIS- { (Philosophy) the exercise of reason, esp in the apprehension of universal forms
    (Psychology) the mental process used in thinking and perceiving; }

-here we are going to publish interesting news from the world of technology, science, medicine, promoting education from TEDacademy, KHANacademy, ADA initiative, She.code academy and many others.....



Saved by education, story not about crypto but about progress. So close.

Growing up in Mogadishu in the late 80s in a house full of young single women, the standard dress code for us was a traditional costume called a dirac (a long transparent loose dress), worn with an underskirt, bra and a light shawl. Women did not cover their hair until they were married. My aunts were allowed to date once they turned 16. There were only two rules: date men who had cars so they could pick them up and drop them off, and be back home before 10pm. When their potential suitors came to fetch them, they would politely greet family members with the customary “Galab wanaagsan” (good afternoon) or “Habeen wanaagsan” (good evening).



A free world-class education for anyone anywhere.

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All of the site's resources are available to anyone. It doesn't matter if you are a student, teacher, home-schooler, principal, adult returning to the classroom after 20 years, or a friendly alien just trying to get a leg up in earthly biology. Khan Academy's materials and resources are available to you completely free of charge.



The Nearly Lost 1950s Street Photos of NYC And Chicago by Vivian Maier Were Discovered Only After Her Death


Vivian Maier, an excellent New York street photographer who took thousand of photos in the 1950s and 60s, was left woefully unacknowledged during her time. It was only in 2011, two years after her death, that her photos were recognized for their raw beauty in a collection published by historian and collector John Maloof.

Maloof discovered Maier’s photos in a bulk collection of old prints and negatives that he bought at an auction. He later purchased the rest of her collection but, in a tragic twist of fate, he only discovered the name of the photographer shortly before her death.

Not every photo’s location is known for certain, but most are from New York and Chicago. Her photography is raw, captivating and sensitive – it provides us with an up-close and personal look at America in the 1950s and 60s. It is especially their real and candid nature that makes them so striking. It truly feels as though one has stepped back in time through her photography to a sunny day in 1950s New York or Chicago.

Maier, who was described by some of the children she had nannied for as “a Socialist, a Feminist, a movie critic, and a tell-it-like-it-is type of person.” And some of this shows in her photos, which tend to focus on the working class and the poor.

Source: (via: mymodernmet)

via You Tube

Don't Believe Your Lying Eyes!




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