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Commonwealth Fully Funded Fellowships in UK for Developing Countries, 2018

UK Department for International Development (DFID) offers Commonwealth Split-site (PhD) Scholarships for Developing Commonwealth Countries. Citizens of developing Commonwealth countries can apply for these fellowships. To widen access to UK equipment and expertise for quality doctoral candidates from Commonwealth countries, and to contribute to UK and Commonwealth higher education and research through collaboration …

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Fully Funded Scholarships in South Korea for Postgraduate Students at DGIST, 2018 Posted by: admin in Docto

The Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology is offering fully funded scholarships for international students. The scholarship is available for pursuing postgraduate programmes (Masters and PhD). Applications are invited for PhD and Master Position for International Students at DGIST University in South Korea for the year 2018. Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute …

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Sberbank to Bypass Russian Regulations and Trade Cryptocurrencies Overseas

The largest bank in Russia, the state-owned Sberbank, has reportedly announced its plans to bypass the Russian cryptocurrency regulations and offer crypto trading to customers overseas. The bank is looking at trading pairs of the most liquid and well-known cryptocurrencies. Bypassing Russian Regulations At a news briefing on Tuesday, Sberbank’s Head …

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South Korea Finds Nearly $600 Million in Crypto Crime

Reports from the 대한민국 Republic of South Korea (ROK) indicate its Customs Service announced on Wednesday, 31 January 2018, it has discovered “cryptocurrency crimes” which amount to nearly 600 million USD. South Korea Customs Service Finds Almost $600 Million in Cryptocurrency Crime ROK Customs Service released a statement claiming to …

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South Korean Court Rules Bitcoin Has Economic Value

A South Korean court has ruled that bitcoin has an economic value for the first time. This overturned an earlier court ruling which did not recognize the digital currency. The case involves the confiscation of 191 bitcoins. Bitcoin’s Status Re-Examined The Suwon District Court in South Korea has, for the …

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