Day: March 17, 2023

 Bybit Reports Surge in Trading Volume Amidst USDC Volatility

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Bybit’s spot market volume for USDC grows by 1,437% Bybit becomes No.2 crypto exchange in MENA  DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – Media OutReach – 17 March 2023 – Bybit reports a surge in volume for USDC pairs as the world’s third most visited crypto exchange ramps up efforts to meet market demands. Relying on trusted platforms to navigate the recent crypto and banking volatility, customers are turning to Bybit for its rock-solid security and market depth. Bybit’s spot market volume for USDC grew 1,437%, with USDC contribution to the total spot trading volume rising from 8% to 40%. Bybit’s perpetual market saw the daily trading volume of the USDC/USDT pair exceeding $380 million, and the annualized funding rate reaching as high as 740%. Bybit’s success is a testament to its... Announces ‘The Alliance’, the Most Anticipated Crypto Conference in 2023

Press Release is hosting their first crypto conference since going globally TIMIŞOARA, ROMANIA / ACCESSWIRE / March 16, 2023 /, Romania’s leading cryptocurrency and blockchain media company, is hosting “The Alliance” event in Timișoara on September 21, 2023, at prestigious Galla Events. The event will unite the most innovative minds, game changers, entrepreneurs, investors, and blockchain enthusiasts to discuss the latest developments and opportunities in the crypto space. “The Alliance” is set to provide a platform for innovators and community builders to connect, share experiences, and work together on fresh new ideas. “The hosting of The Alliance conference is a significant achievement for We hope this event will have a great impact i...

Curia Appoints Philip Macnabb as Chief Executive Officer

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Philip Macnabb Philip Macnabb appointed CEO of Curia ALBANY, N.Y., March 16, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Curia, a leading contract research, development and manufacturing organization, today announced that Philip Macnabb has been appointed as chief executive officer, succeeding John Ratliff. “On behalf of the Board of Directors, we thank John Ratliff for the tremendous progress that Curia made during his tenure,” said Curia board members Sean Cunningham, managing director, GTCR and William McMullan, managing director, Carlyle. “We are delighted to welcome Phil, a seasoned executive who has an impressive track record of focusing companies on their core value proposition, enhancing the customer experience and building organizations with real and sustaining value. Curia is well pos...

In the centenary of the Iraqi museum.. Al-Sudani: The development of museums is the title of our effort

Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani affirmed that the development of museums is the title of our effort.He said in a tweet on the centenary of the Iraqi Museum: We adhere to our cultural wealth and archaeological identity inherited from our ancestors through thousands of years of Mesopotamian civilization. Antiquities, caring for them and restoring what was lost from them is a task for us that we will never be late for.He stressed: The development of museums is the title of our effort for the sake of the brilliance of Iraq's civilization in the eyes of all generations.Source: National Iraqi News Agency

A gang stealing the contents of graves arrested in Karbala

The Karbala Crime Prevention Detachments arrested a gang that was stealing the contents of the Wadi Al-Salam cemetery.A police statement stated that after appeals were received by citizens that the contents of their graves had been stolen, the police chief of the Holy Karbala Governorate, Major General Ahmed Ali Zwaini, directed the formation of a work team headed by the Director of the Crime Control Department and a group of officers and associates to arrest the thieves and bring them to justice, and after collecting information, investigating and setting up an ambush, two people were arrested red-handed while attempting to rob a tomb in Wadi Al-Salam cemetery, and after writing down their statements, they explicitly admitted that they had stolen alabaster, audio speakers, water tanks, do...