Asa Saint Clair founded the World Sports Alliance, which he claimed was a close affiliate of the United Nations, and sold the native IGObit token to some 60 unsuspecting investors.
In its latest report, the organization said that the country increased capabilities for rapid deployment of nuclear weapons amid sanctions by the U.N. and other major global economies.
The United Nations is looking at initiatives that employ blockchain to ensure transparency in environmental protection, develop clean energy markets and boost climate financing.
The Practical Guide to Blockchain provides “general guidance on how to determine if blockchain could help solve a particular problem.”
The February conference has been flagged in a confidential report, in which experts warn developers not to attend the event.
Asa Saint Clair is accused of defrauding at least three separate investors out of thousands of dollars after claiming the World Sports Alliance would help developing countries access food, water, and facilities for sports.
North Korea has reportedly been laundering money through a blockchain company it set up in Hong Kong, in a move designed to evade international sanctions.
Those pushing dark coins tell you it’s about liberty, but this expert shows it’s about something much darker.
A report from the U.N. Security Council dives into how bad North Korea has been as a cyber security hacker.
The country led by dictator Kim Jong-un is reportedly involved in massive theft of assets, estimated to be worth as much as $2 billion, from exchanges and banks.
Ambrosus, the world’s leading blockchain and IoT platform for quality assurance in food and pharmaceutical supply chains, has been accepted and formally recognized as a partner to the United Nations’ One Planet Network.