South Korea to Treat Select NFTs as Regular Cryptocurrencies Under Virtual Asset User Protection Act: Report

South Korea is stepping up efforts to formulate rules to oversee the virtual digital asset sector, with the Financial Services Commission (FSC) leading the task of crafting such laws. Seoul's new guidelines will see regulators classify large-scale or large-scale non-fungible tokens (NFTs) as mainstream cryptocurrencies, under the Virtual Asset User Protection Act. South Korea could […]

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Melbourne Demons superstar Christian Petracca out for the season; Collingwood Magpies; AFL injury

Melbourne champion Christian Petracca's season is over. Christian Petracca suffered serious rib and spleen injuries in the King's Birthday clash against Collingwood.Credit: Getty Images The star player has confirmed on Instagram that he will not return this year after suffering a lacerated spleen in the Demons' loss to Collingwood on King's birthday. Petracca previously came […]

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Darren Criss’ Unconventional Name for Newborn Son Is Raising Eyebrows

Elon Musk presented his i grimaces' little boy X Æ A-12 to the world on Twitter in May 2020. They later changed the spelling of their name to comply with California's legal guidelines, which only allow letters of the English alphabet. Moving on to Roman numerals, the parents agreed to write their name, X Æ […]

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I’ll Bet You Missed This Deep-Cut ‘Clone Wars’ Reference in ‘The Acolyte’

The big picture the acolyte incorporates ties to other Star Wars pieces, in particular The Clone Wars inspiring its narrative thrust. A key reference in the premiere episode of The Acolyte goes back to a Clone Wars episode featuring Carlac. Carlac has significant ties within the Star Wars canon, including references to The Clone Wars […]

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Apple Details Its Private Cloud Compute System, Promises Stateless Computation and Verifiable Transparency

Apple Intelligence took center stage at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2023, highlighting new artificial intelligence (AI) features that will debut with the upcoming iOS 18, iPadOS 18 and macOS Sequoia. During the event, the tech giant revealed that some of the processing of AI functions will be done on the device, and that […]

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Boeing responds to Justice Department’s allegations, says it didn’t violate deferred prosecution agreement

Aircraft giant Boeing argued to the Justice Department on Wednesday that the company has held up its end a 2021 deferred prosecution agreementand rebuffed federal prosecutors who wrote last month that the planemaker had violated the agreement and risked prosecution, two people familiar with the discussions confirmed to CBS News. Boeing's response came after prosecutors […]

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How Gypsy Rose Blanchard “Experimented” With Sexuality in Prison

Elsewhere in the episode, Gypsy credited her now-estranged husband Ryan Anderson to help her feel comfortable in her own skin, especially during sex. “I'm self-conscious because I have scars all over my body,” she said. “And so I said, 'Am I going to be what he wants me to be? Am I attractive to him?'” […]

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Wes Craven Had To Submit This Bloody Horror Classic to the MPA 9 Times

The big picture Wes Craven fought to get an R rating from the MPA for the 1996s Shout and had to edit iconic scenes significantly. The MPA required changes due to the film's graphic violence, such as in the classic opening scene, Kenny's death sequence, and the scene where Stu and Billy stab each other. […]

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