'Davido also deserves credit' — Grammys' recognition of Wizkid as Afrobeats' key player sparks debate

‘Davido also deserves credit’ — Grammys’ recognition of Wizkid as Afrobeats’ key player sparks debate

A protracted debate on who is Afrobeats’ key player between Wizkid and Davido, two award-winning Nigerian singers, is ongoing on Twitter. This is coming on the back of Wizkid’s recognition in an article chronicling major actors of pop music on Grammys’ official website. The ‘Ojuelegba’ crooner’s mention appeared to have triggered a dispute between his … Read more…

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Start-up uses mobile data as a credit score for the global unbanked

The world’s 1.7 billion people without access to banks do not have credit scores, but a Santa Monica, California-based start-up has developed a way to lend money to the unbanked based on smartphone data. Tala has raised nearly $220 million from private investors to offer loans of up to $500 to people without credit histories … Read more…

You Can Now Buy Cryptocurrency With Credit Card on Bitcoin.com Exchange

You Can Now Buy Cryptocurrency With Credit Card on Bitcoin.com Exchange

Users can now purchase cryptocurrency with a credit or debit card on Bitcoin.com’s premier trading platform via a new partnership with Moonpay. The Bicoin.com Exchange has been rapidly expanding its offerings by adding new SLP tokens. Also Read: Gocrypto SLP Token Starts Trading on Bitcoin.com Exchange Bitcoin.com Exchange Offers New Fiat Gateway Bitcoin.com Exchange has … Read more…

'Lampard deserves the credit' - Zouma praises Chelsea boss for tactical flexibility

‘Lampard deserves the credit’ – Zouma praises Chelsea boss for tactical flexibility

The Blues switched to three at the back against Tottenham and were rewarded with a win and first away Premier League clean sheet of the season Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma says manager Frank Lampard deserves all the credit for his tactical decisions in the win against Tottenham Hotspur and possesses the players to operate in different … Read more…

Credit Suisse admits spying on second executive

Credit Suisse admits spying on second executive

Credit Suisse Stefano Rellandini | Reuters Credit Suisse on Monday admitted to snooping on another of the bank’s former executives, deepening a spying scandal at the Swiss group, which is already under investigation for putting its ex-wealth management chief under surveillance. Switzerland’s second-largest bank blamed former chief operating officer Pierre-Olivier Bouee for hiring detectives in … Read more…

US senators ask for government investigation of tax credit program for coal

US senators ask for government investigation of tax credit program for coal

Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, questions regulators during a Senate Banking Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg / Getty Images Three U.S. Democratic senators have asked the investigative arm of Congress to evaluate a $1 billion-a-year subsidy for burning chemically treated refined coal, after … Read more…

Where people with the best – and worst – credit card habits live

Where people with the best – and worst – credit card habits live

A man uses a credit card to pay for gas in Miami, Florida. Getty Images America is a nation of contrasts, and credit card debt is no exception. With unemployment at a 50-year low and the stock market hitting record highs, confident consumers are spending with abandon, adding a projected $80 billion in U.S. credit … Read more…

WeWork arranges $1.75 billion credit line with Goldman Sachs

WeWork arranges $1.75 billion credit line with Goldman Sachs

Shared workplace operator WeWork said on Tuesday it has arranged a $1.75 billion letter of credit with Goldman Sachs that is in the process of being syndicated and whose funds are expected to be available in January. The credit line is part of SoftBank’s $9.5 billion bailout that was announced in October when money-losing WeWork was … Read more…

Bitcoin Peaked 2 Years Ago. New Competition Is on the Way.

Bitcoin Peaked 2 Years Ago. New Competition Is on the Way.

Text size Bitcoin hit its highest price ever two years ago. Photograph Dan Kitwood/Getty Images Two years ago today, Bitcoin hit its highest price ever, reaching $19,783. It was the culmination of an incredible year for the digital currency, which had started 2017 at about $1,000. Since hitting its peak, however, Bitcoin has fluctuated wildly. … Read more…

2 foreign nationals held for cloning credit cards

2 foreign nationals held for cloning credit cards

Two Nigerian nationals, including a former priest have been arrested for allegedly cloning debit and credit cards, the police said on Saturday. Deputy Commissioner of Police (South West) Devender Arya said that the accused have been identified as Oluwatoyin Isaiah Adewale alias Old Soja alias Marito alias Mark (46) and Nosa Tony Lawani (43) who … Read more…