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  1. HolySatan

    [WTA] Icon Error Win 8

    how to fix this error?? or can anyone give me the "keyword" to help me google the problem & solution thx...
  2. I'm looking for a desktop icon management utility that slides in like the charms bar of windows 8 but from the left corner. It should hold the icons and luanch them with single click.
  3. ICON Becomes Latest Blockchain to Support Security Tokens ICON, a platform that is aimed at providing blockchain interoperability, has announced that it is introducing a new security token standard. The new IRC16 specification will allow token creators to issue security tokens—a special type of blockchain token that represents certain assets and investments. Unlike Bitcoin, security tokens don’t derive their value from blockchain activity. Instead, security tokens represent ownership of assets like real estate, precious metals, or corporate equity. And whereas ICO tokens have faced regulatory issues over the past year, security tokens are seen as very promising due to their capacity to work within regulations. The IRC16 Standard Like other initiatives of its type, ICON’s new standard is meant to facilitate regulatory compliance. IRC16 is intended to simplify security token creation, support smart contracts that manage trading, and, above all, help token issuers comply with rules and regulations. The standard has four important features: Check For Token Transfer, which can verify whether those who buy and sell tokens have passed KYC and AML checks, and can put limits on participation. Token Control By Operator, which allows tokens to be taken control of when keys are lost or fraud occurs, as demanded by some regulations. Document Management, which manages the legal documents that pertain to the rights and obligations of participants. Partition, which allows token issuers to create “partially fungible tokens” and introduce lock-up periods into those tokens. In addition to explaining the technical aspects, ICON has expressed its hope that security tokens will “increase the liquidity of high-value assets” by dividing them into easily tradeable tokens. Eventually, ICON says, this will “expand the size of existing investor pools”—turning securities into a more accessible market. Security Tokens Elsewhere ICON is just one of several platforms that have added support for security tokens. Ontology has recently added a similar standard in a major capacity. Meanwhile, on Ethereum, the ERC-1400 range has accumulated many different security token specifications. NEO has expressed interestin security tokenization as well. Additionally, there are several blockchains that are dedicated exclusively or primarily to security tokens, such as Swarm, Tokeny, and OpenFinance. Regardless of the platform, security tokens are coming out swinging in 2019, and several major salesare scheduled for the coming months or are already underway. But although security tokens are growing quickly, the model is controversial, as only accredited investors are legally allowed to own securities. The fact that blockchain technology is being used to exclude those who are not wealthy investors is often seen as a violation of cryptocurrency’s fundamental promises: financial inclusion and freedom. Source
  4. Microsoft Edge Beta gets its new icon on Android Microsoft is beginning to make the new icon for its Edge browser more widely available, as it's shown up on the beta version of the Android app today. there aren't any other new features like we saw earlier this week; it's just the new icon. The company is preparing for the big desktop launch of Edge Chromium, the new version of its in-house browser. Beginning on January 15, the new browser will be generally available; not only that, but users on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and macOS will have access to Edge for the first time. And of course, it will have a new logo to differentiate from Edge Legacy. An update to Edge Beta on Android, which has always been based on Chromium, was offered earlier this week to let people choose whether to sync with "The new Microsoft Edge" or "Microsoft Edge Legacy", rather than Edge Insider and Edge. It also introduced a new Control Center. It's unclear when the new icon will show up in the production channel or when it will be available on iOS, but some time around January 15 sounds like a sure bet. Source: Microsoft Edge Beta gets its new icon on Android (Neowin)
  5. Could the Icon in the Notifications Area show the status of the software. For instance when a scan is in progress it could change color and shape from the current blue M. Microsoft Security Essentials has a good example where it changes from the normal green to blue and changes the image and it is animated. My system is Windows 10 Professional and running Malwarebytes Premium 4.1.
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