In what could be seen as wise financial counseling or a threat, the International Monetary Fund is urging the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) to abandon its plan to launch a cryprocurrency as legal tender.
The IMF, earth's global financial Voltron, was walloped by a huge hack over the weekend—and it's doubtful a criminal group was behind the attack. What's that mean? A foreign power probably backed the digital raid. Bad (diplomatic) news.
The International Monetary Fund, which manages the money of many a nation around the world, was recently the victim of what has been described as a "large and sophisticated" attack on its systems. It isn't yet clear how bad the damage is.
Everyone's used to the ubiquitous swiping hotel key card—but what you might not know is that your key holds a history of every time that door closes. And when you're accused of raping the maid, this record's important.