Binance.US Opens Registration Today, Excluding 13 States

Binance.US, United States branch of major cryptocurrency exchange Binance, announced that the opening of accounts registration, scheduled for Wednesday, will not include New York, Washington, Florida and 10 more states.
According to the blog post published on Sept. 17, registration will start at 8 a.m. ET on Sept. 18 in most U.S. states, excluding the following: Alabama, Alaska, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Louisiana, New York, North Carolina, Texas, Vermont and Washington. The post continues:

Shattered Medieval skeleton shows man ‘executed by wheel of torture’ – after bungled beheading attempt

AN ANCIENT skeleton believed to have been shattered by a ‘wheel of torture’ has been uncovered in Milan.
The gruesome medieval remains were found with two buckle bindings, which are thought to be a telltale sign of the young man’s demise.

The skeleton showed signs of horrific torture. He was found buried next to buckle bindings (not pictured), which may have been used to keep his body togetherCredit: Journal of Archaeological Science / Università degli Studi di Milano

Philippine Digital Asset Exchange (PDAX) now open for trading

Today, the Philippine Digital Asset Exchange (PDAX), a BitMEX backed bitcoin and cryptocurrency trading platform that is approved by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) to operate as a virtual currency exchange, announced it is now live and open to the public for trading
Back in June, BitMEX Ventures, the venture arm of the crypto derivatives exchange BitMEX invested in PDAX, with the hopes to create a digital financial market, not just for cryptocurrencies but all kinds of digital investment products and securities for Philippines users.

Outside a Box: U.S. response to Saudi oil conflict leads directly to Iran

A Yemeni insurgent organisation aligned with Iran took credit for a worker conflict opposite Saudi Arabia’s categorical oil refinery this past weekend. The range, payload, and correctness of a attack, as good as a sophistication of a operation, advise that a Houthis had a lot of assistance from their enthusiast nation.

‘The Goldfinch’ Bomb May Lose Up to $50M for Warner Bros., Amazon Studios

What one hand giveth, the other taketh away.
Grounded by scathing reviews, Warner Bros.’ The Goldfinch bombed at the U.S. box office over the weekend with a debut of just $2.68 million, one of the worst starts ever for a film opening in 2,542 theaters. But the frame wasn’t totally bereft for the studio — It: Chapter Two stayed atop the chart with a strong $40.7 million in its sophomore outing, pushing the cumulative box office of the two-picture adaptation of Stephen King’s horror novel past the $1 billion mark in worldwide ticket sales.


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