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Hello Bank prepares a pop-up store in Brussels

Pop-up store Hello Bank

Pop-up store Hello Bank

“Pop-up store (pop-up shop in the UK and Australia) or flash retailing, is a trend of opening short-term sales spaces.

The space could be a sample sale one day and host a private cocktail party the next evening. The trend involves “popping up” one day, then disappearing anywhere from one day to several weeks later. These shops, while small and temporary, can build up interest by consumer exposure.”[1]

BNP Paribas Fortis wants to increase the awareness of Hello Bank [2] their Internet Bank using offline medium.

Stay tuned …


[2] Hello Bank for Android:

[2] Hello Bank for iOS:!-by-bnp-paribas/id642897716?mt=8

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The Willy Report: proof of massive fraudulent trading activity at Mt. Gox, and how it has affected the price of Bitcoin


Invest in BitCoins? read this just before

Originally posted on The Willy Report:

Somewhere in December 2013, a number of traders including myself began noticing suspicious bot behavior on Mt. Gox. Basically, a random number between 10 and 20 bitcoin would be bought every 5-10 minutes, non-stop, for at least a month on end until the end of January. The bot was dubbed “Willy” at some point, which is the name I’ll continue to use here. Since Willy was buying in such a recognizable pattern, I figured it would be easy to find in the Mt. Gox trading logs that were leaked about two months ago (there’s a torrent of the data here). However, the logs only went as far as November 2013; luckily, I was able to detect the buying pattern in the last few days of November. Below is a compiled log of its trades on the last two days of November (from the file “2013-11_mtgox_japan.csv”):

29-11-2013 0:07 - UID:…

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