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‘First-ever’ Catholic NFT to be Released as Mosaic of Pope Francis

Share some Bitpinas love:By Nathaniel CajudayBangkok, THAILAND – The very first non-fungible token (NFT) minted officially by the Catholic Church was set to be released to the public this week, The Roman Catholic Mission of Bangkok announced, in the form of a photo mosaic of Pope Francis’ image.“Youths today use technology, not only for practical purposes, but to also express their faith and identity,” said Francis X. Cardinal Kriengsak Kovithavanij, Archbishop of Bangkok.The NFT to be released is a 149-megapixels photo mosaic of an image of Pope Francis during the

Singapore’s Kris Infotech acquires majority stake in AGS Tek Partners,…

Kris Infotech acquires majority stake in AGS Tek Partners We are thrilled to add AGS Tek Partners into our fold. Their expertise and experience in delivering IT resourcing and training services in the US over many years is immensely valuable and will serve as a launchpad for our own growth plans. SINGAPORE (PRWEB) July 26, 2021 Leading Singapore-headquartered IT consulting and advisory services company Kris Infotech has acquired a 60% stake in the Colorado-based IT consultancy and Staffing company AGS Tek Partners. The acquisition follows Kris Infotech’s strategic roadmap for

What new fintech Nomu Pay gets from Wirecard’s assets

Finch Capital, an Amsterdam-based venture firm, has funded the creation of a payments fintech called Nomu Pay that is being sewn together out of a series of domestic businesses of the failed Wirecard. The VC has brought Peter Burridge in to run the new business. Burridge has a long track record in technology, having served as president of a company called Hyperwallet that he sold to PayPal, among other roles. Burridge is meant to run Nomu Pay from Singapore, but he spoke with DigFin from his native New Zealand, where

AlphaBay darknet market moderator sentenced to 11 years in Jail

One of the men responsible for moderating content on the now defunct AlphaBay darknet market will be in jail until 2031.According to a Sept. 1 statement from the U.S. Department of Justice, 26-year-old Bryan Connor Herrell was sentenced to 11 years in prison for conspiring to engage in a racketeer-influenced corrupt organization, for his role as a moderator on AlphaBay. The platform was one of the largest online marketplaces for drugs as well as guns, credit card data, and other illegal items, paid for with cryptocurrency.“This sentence serves as further