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Tips for Using Telegram Safely and Securely

Telegram is a popular messaging app with over 500 million users and growing. It’s also one of the most widely-used apps for mobile messaging...

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How to Grow Your Direct-to-Consumer Brand on TikTok

Tune in to ​​our podcats with Ash Krishnaswamy, the founder of Forge, an agency that works with direct-to-consumer brands to help them grow their businesses.

The post How to Grow Your Direct-to-Consumer Brand on TikTok first appeared on Ecwid | E-Commerce Shopping Cart.

Security PSA: Mining Pool Scams Targeting Self-Custody Wallets

By Coinbase Security TeamAs part of our mission to build a more fair, accessible, efficient, and transparent financial system enabled by crypto, we actively...

50 Call-to-Action Examples You Can’t Help But Click

Think about all the times you've signed up for things in your life. Did you once download Evernote? Dropbox? Spotify? Maybe you've even taken a class on General Assembly.

Each one of these signups is likely a result of an effective call-to-action (CTA).

LunaOne’s Unique Metaverse View

LunaOne's Unique Metaverse View
LunaOne aims to remove the barriers to Metaverse adoption as the first decentralized virtual environment to merge business, education, and gaming. In order to grow the metaverse’s ecosystem, LunaOne’s XLN token – currently available for presale on the project’s website – is essential. The ecosystem’s principal currency, XLN, may be used to buy anything, including […]

Japanese Software Giant Line to Launch NFT Marketplace Soon

When NFT Meets DeFi: Doors of Monetization Open for NFT Owners

The Japanese messaging application, LINE Corporation announced on Twitter the launch of a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace by April 13, 2022. The software giant has decided to dedicate a venture to developing and expanding the global NFT ecosystem, called LINE NEXT. #LINENEXT is launching a series of global #NFT partnerships, teaming with leading gaming, entertainment, art and service companies. The partnerships will develop NFTs based on famous IP and artists on #LINE NEXT's #globalNFT platform #DOSI. Learn more:https://t.co/l0k5UmUyVo pic.twitter.com/kAN2E8Yw4b — LINE Global (@LINE_Global) March 16, 2022 Multiple Partnerships to Create NFT Earlier this month, LINE NEXT announced the formation of 26 partnerships with a range of leading companies on their official website. The partnership involves SoftBank, NAVER, LINE Taiwan Ltd., NAVER Z, Crypto.com, CJ ENM, YG PLUS, Hashed, SHINSEGAE, AI Network, J&John, Mythical Games, WOW POINT, LINE Games, and many more.  The CEO of LINE NEXT, Youngsu Ko stated that the combination of LINE’s infrastructure and blockchain will create a quality NFT ecosystem.  “These partnerships are the start of many more to come in accelerating the global NFT ecosystem.” Objective and Strategy of LINE NEXT The many partnerships of LINE NEXT aim to create NFTs on the basis of popular content, iconic work of renowned artists, entertainment, webtoons, art, gaming, etc. LINE NEXT aims to expand the NFT ecosystem and establish the NFT value chain, globally. The corporation enables users to purchase and sell NFTs with family payment modes.  Alongside minting NFT collectibles, LINE NEXT plans to build marketplaces and support trading through their upcoming global NFT platform, DOSI. The NFT platform aims to support companies and creators alike in creating marketplaces, communities, and ecosystems to purchase and trade NFTs. 

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The 1937 Group Announces Formation of the First Minority-Owned, Vertically Integrated Cannabis Company in Illinois

CHICAGO — The 1937 Group, Ltd., a Chicago-based company, has entered into a definitive agreement to establish the first minority-owned vertically integrated cannabis company in Illinois. The agreement gives The 1937 […]
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Should You Call a Business or Technology Consultant for Cybersecurity?

NYC area cybersecurity expert discusses the need for business leaders to choose a consultant for cybersecurity who sees the big picture—in a new article from Messaging Architects

(PRWeb March 24, 2022)

Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/should_you_call_a_business_or_technology_consultant_for_cybersecurity/prweb18577027.htm

RTGS Global solution disrupts cross-border payments status quo

While the payments sector has developed, wholesale cross-border payments have been left behind. RTGS Global solution disrupts the status quo.

The post RTGS Global solution disrupts cross-border payments status quo appeared first on LendIt Fintech News.

Romance Scam Group Crypto Rom Has Gotten Much Bigger

Crypto Rom – an international digital currency scam ring – appears to have grown heavily over just the last year. The organization works by engaging in romance scams in which both iPhone and Android users are duped into thinking someone is interested in them after meeting on Tinder and other social media apps. From there,...

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Best Social Media Management Tools

In the world of social media marketing, there are hundreds of tools and software with features capable of helping you with different aspects of your social media strategy. These tools — also known as social media management tools — can assist with social media creation, collaboration, planning, scheduling , sharing, analysis, and more.

The Ultimate Guide to Email Marketing

The first marketing email was sent in 1978, resulted in $13 million in sales, and kicked off what has become one of the most highly used marketing channels even to this day.

Given its early beginnings, email isn’t as shiny as some newer channels like messaging and social, but it is an effective way to build an owned audience that gets results.

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CAP Consumer Survey Shows the Benefits of Site Blocking

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Singapore, Mar 23, 2022 - (ACN Newswire) - The Coalition Against Piracy's (CAP's) most recent YouGov consumer surveys show that while piracy continues to be a major concern around the Asia Pacific region, particularly in Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines where 61% of consumers admit to accessing pirate services in each country, site blocking, and in particular government regulatory blocking, is having a noticeable effect in stopping consumers accessing pirated content online.

Countries around the region that implement site-blocking showed a change in consumer behaviour to stop accessing piracy services due to sites being blocked and the change was most notable in those countries that used regulatory blocking. In Indonesia, more than 50% of consumers say that they have stopped or rarely access pirate services as a result of blocking, as do nearly 50% of consumers in Vietnam and 45% in Malaysia.

Encouragingly, the surveys show that regular site-blocking not only stops consumers accessing pirated content online, but also drives them towards legitimate sources, with more than 48% of consumers around the region stating they would subscribe to paid online services if the content they wanted to watch was not available via a pirate source.

Matthew Cheetham, General Manager of CAP, noted, "It is now clearly evident that site blocking, particularly regulatory blocking, is effective. The benefits are multi-fold, not only are consumers being directed towards legitimate content, but in being blocked from accessing pirate sites, they are also protected from the serious risks that previous CAP studies have proven are inherent in accessing pirate sites." The surveys also illustrated the growing migration of consumption of pirate content via social media and messaging platforms. "However, the surveys also show the benefits of consumer education with a growing awareness amongst consumers of the negative consequences of piracy, most particularly via illicit profiteering and malware," added Cheetham.

For the first time, CAP's YouGov consumer surveys were undertaken across several countries simultaneously. The surveys will be repeated across the same countries annually, and in doing so, will enable longitudinal analysis of consumer behavioural trends towards piracy and enforcement measures around the region.

About the Asia Video Industry Association

The Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) is the trade association for the video industry and ecosystem in Asia Pacific. It serves to make the video industry stronger and healthier through promoting the common interests of its members. AVIA is the interlocutor for the industry with governments across the region, leads the fight against video piracy through its Coalition Against Piracy (CAP) and provides insight into the video industry through reports and conferences aimed to support a vibrant video industry.

For media enquiries and additional background please contact:

Charmaine Kwan
Head of Marketing and Communications
Email: charmaine@avia.org
Website: www.avia.org
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/asiavideoia
Twitter: @AsiaVideoIA

Copyright 2022 ACN Newswire. All rights reserved. www.acnnewswire.comThe Coalition Against Piracy's (CAP's) most recent YouGov consumer surveys show that while piracy continues to be a major concern around the Asia Pacific region, particularly in Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines where 61% of consumers admit to accessing pirate services in each country, site blocking, and in particular government regulatory blocking, is having a noticeable effect in stopping consumers accessing pirated content online.
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