1995 Video Surfaces Of Obama Revealing Who He REALLY Is [Video] |

1995 Video Surfaces Of Obama Revealing Who He REALLY Is [Video] 

A new video has been unearthed of Barrack Obama from 1995. The video, used to promote Obama’s book Dreams from My Father, reveals insight into the man the president was before he entered the national stage.

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  • Lynette Williams  On 02/01/2018 at 12:14 pm

    I am honoured/privileged to listen to this video. Where can I purchase the video.?. As a proud Guyanese and an Obama fan.

  • Clyde Duncan  On 02/01/2018 at 6:30 pm

  • Clyde Duncan  On 02/01/2018 at 8:04 pm

    President Obama was in Toronto talking Technological Unemployment, etc…

    This might be appropriate to share here:

    ‘Crypto-Heist’:
    Coincheck Hack Could Be The World’s Biggest Ever Cryptocurrency Theft

    Gaurav Sharma | Forbes

    One of Asia’s biggest digital currency exchanges – Coincheck – has admitted the loss of around $534 million worth of cryptocurrency following an attack on its network.

    The Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan-based company said hackers broke in at 2:57 a.m. local time on Friday (12:57 p.m. EST on Thursday, January 25). However, the breach went undetected for nearly another eight and half hours.

    Most of the losses pertain to a lesser-known cryptocurrency NEM; the world’s tenth-largest by market value. As an interim measure Coincheck has suspended deposits and withdrawals for all cryptocurrencies, except Bitcoin, as it attempts to get a handle on the situation.

    Yusuke Otsuka, chief operating officer of Coincheck, said the stolen funds were kept in an online ‘hot wallet’ as opposed to a much more secure offline “cold wallet.”

    Japan’s Financial Services Agency and the police have been notified. Otsuka added: “We know where the funds [totaling 523 million NEMs] were sent. We are tracing them and if we’re able to continue tracking, it may be possible to recover them. But it is something we are investigating at the moment.”

    The company is still examining how many customers have been affected, and it is yet to be established whether the break-in had been launched from within Japan or another country.

    Pending investigation, the episode could end up as the world’s largest cryptocurrency heist yet. It could eclipse the theft of $400 million from MtGox, another Tokyo-based exchange, which collapsed in 2014.

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