In the spring of 2019, Mbappé’s Twitter account was already hacked to recommend a similar investment in it, recalls ‘L’Équipe’.According to French researchers, this type of plot uses the good image of celebrities to convince investors to put their money in this type of virtual currency. Through call centers located in Israel, they contact clients to convince them to invest, and when they do, they disappear without a trace.According to the Financial Markets Authority, in 2018 1,100 complaints of this type were received and fraud reached 55.5 million euros. Last year, the scammed figure was about 30 million.The researchers claim that cryptocurrencies have fallen somewhat into disuse and that scammers are now proposing investments in other products, such as great wines, matured wiskis or even dairy cows. Paris Saint-Germain French international striker Kylian Mbappé has filed a complaint about the use of his name in a cryptocurrency scam network, which is being investigated by French police.As published on Tuesday by the newspaper ‘L’Équipe’, the player denounced the use of his name and image without his permission in various advertising campaigns on the networks to incite participation in programs to acquire virtual currencies, such as bitcoin. Mbappé, 21, In these campaigns, he recommended these “miraculous” investments that “allow anyone to become a millionaire in just three or four months.”For this, they invented interviews with the striker in various media in which he assured that this opportunity had to be seized before the traditional banks permanently eliminated them.
MIAMI (WSVN) – Employees from a Burger King in Miami arrived to work, Monday morning, to find a safe with thousands of dollars inside stolen.According to Miami Police, an employee arrived at the Burger King, located near 42nd Avenue and Flagler Street, and found the rear door open. The employee then called 911, and once police arrived, it was determined that a safe with $10,000 inside was stolen.A BOLO has been issued for a white man driving a black Nissan Altima that, police said, fled the scene going northbound from the fast food restaurant.Police said the man was wearing a black sweater, blue jeans and red shoes.If you have any information on this burglary, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
It seems like Microsoft spends way too much time trying to “streamline” and “optimize” the Xbox One dashboard. Now they’re doing it again. The Xbox One dashboard is weird. At first it was the worst console UI that I’ve ever seen. Then it slowly got better, but slightly more confusing each time as Microsoft moved and shifted everything around. It seemed like once you got used to something, it changed. Now the tile-based interface is getting updated once again. Key changes include the removal of Cortana voice-assisted searching and a shift to the home UI. Services are strategically placed on-screen at the home menu to remind you that yes, you can sign up for Game Pass, and the Discover tab is literally more visible than your recently-played games. “The Home on Xbox One is the first thing you see when you turn on your Xbox One, and we want to deliver an easy and seamless experience for you to navigate your console. We’ve heard your feedback and have continued to iterate on Home to get you into your gaming experiences faster and keeping more of your content front and center. With today’s update, we’re experimenting with a streamlined user interface,” Microsoft says, while also showing a picture where owned game tiles are smaller than the discovery tab that promotes community play, services, and buyable products. There’s a big reason why this UI is the way it is. Since Xbox is all about online engagement now, the interface is incredibly important as an advertising tool. From overtly obvious sponsored ads for fast food or Panda Express to smaller, more tactical ads for Microsoft’s own services, the Xbox UI is specifically designed to promote community, engagement, services, and online purchases. It’s less of a control panel for your games, media and content and more of a constant reminder that you can (and should) buy and play more than already you have. In a way, Microsoft wants you to get lost. When you’re lost you’re more likely to discover stuff you might want to buy. There’s a reason things aren’t straightforward and easy to navigate and it’s usually tied to uncovering content and services. The Xbox UI is a pure reflection of Microsoft’s current gaming business model. It thrives from the huge billion-dollar market of engagement, which sees games folded into a cohesive online network interspersed with recurring subscriptions, ads, and community-driven infrastructures to keep gamers playing together. The idea is that the more you play, the more you potentially pay over time. Microsoft Xbox One S 1TB Console with Xbox One Wireless Controller – R TodayYesterday7 days ago30 days ago – $210.50 US$210.50 – Buy