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1). Cryptocurrency Kylin Network’s (CRYPTO:KYL)($KYL) interview with Mr. Dylan Dewdney, Project Lead & Co-Founder2). GlobeX Data Ltd.’s (OTCQB:SWISF) (CSE:SWIS) (FRA:GDT) interview with Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO3). Cryptocurrency – Paypolitan’s (CRYPTO: EPAN) ($EPAN) interview with Nils Tharandt Ortiz, CEO and Co-founder.4). Cryptocurrency IAGON’s (CRYPTO:IAG) ($IAG) interview with Dr. Navjit Dhaliwal, CEO5). StrikeForce Technologies, Inc.’s (OTCQB:SFOR) interviews with both Mr. Mark Kay, CEO and Mr. George Waller Executive, Vice-President6). B2Digital, Inc.’s (OTCPink:BTDG) interview with Mr. Greg P. Bell, CEO.7). Altitude International, Inc.’s (OTCQB: ALTD) interview with Mr. Greg Breunich, CEO.8). Sekur’s® (division of GlobeX Data Ltd) “SPECIAL SEGMENT” interview with internet privacy expert with Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO9). Clubhouse Media Group, Inc.’s (OTCPink:CMGR) interview with Mr. Chris Young,

MetaMask finally escapes the desktop with new mobile wallet

Popular Ethereum (ETH) browser wallet MetaMask has launched a mobile application for both iOS and Android.MetaMask users can now manage their cryptocurrency wallets, store non-fungible tokens (NFTs), sign messages, and play blockchain-powered games from their mobile devices.Users of the wallet’s desktop browser extension can import their entire transaction history into MetaMask Mobile by scanning a QR code.MetaMask, which was developed and released by ConsenSys, has exclusively been a Chrome and Firefox extension since launching in 2016. It has been downloaded more than four million times.ConsenSys describes MetaMask Mobile as “simplifying”

Class action lawsuit targeting Tezos ends in $25M settlement after 3 years

The three-year-long class-action lawsuit targeting Tezos (XTZ) has come to a conclusion after Judge Seeborg approved Tezos’ $25 million settlement on Aug. 28.According to the judgment, the funds will be distributed among “all persons and entities” who participated in Tezos’ 2017 initial coin offering (ICO) from July 1 to July 13 and sold their XTZ for a loss before Nov. 25, 2019, did not sell their tokens before Nov. 25, or are unable to access their XTZ due to lost passwords.Eligible parties must file a claim to receive a share