Daily Archive: September 13, 2018

Nodle.io Raises $1.5M Seed Funding to Bring IoT Cryptocurrency to App Developers

Largest Dedicated IoT Network Delivers Almost Free Connectivity SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nodle.io, an Internet of Things (IoT) and connectivity network provider, today announced a $1.5 million seed round and the launch of a new cryptocurrency for monetizing IoT connections, applications and data. Nodle.io provides internet connectivity to IoT devices by […]

Croatia to open embassy in Seoul next month: source

SEOUL, Croatia is preparing to open an embassy in Seoul next month, spurred by an increased number of South Korean tourists there, a diplomatic source said Thursday.”It’s to open in Myeongdong in late October,” the source said, referring to a bustling…

PM: It’s time to consider raising interest rates

SEOUL, Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon said Thursday it’s time to consider raising interest rates.Lee made the remark during a parliamentary interpellation session, saying that unless rates are hiked, it could lead to capital flight and other problems.”I a…

PM: It’s time to consider raising interest rates

SEOUL, Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon said Thursday it’s time to consider raising interest rates.Lee made the remark during a parliamentary interpellation session, saying that unless rates are hiked, it could lead to capital flight and other problems.”I a…

One S. Korean dead, another missing in Indonesia accident

SEOUL, A South Korean citizen was found dead at an Indonesian tourist spot this week in an apparent marine accident and another is missing, Seoul’s foreign ministry said Thursday.They two left their hotel on Gili Trawangan in Lombok after renting snor…

One S. Korean dead, another missing in Indonesia accident

SEOUL, A South Korean citizen was found dead at an Indonesian tourist spot this week in an apparent marine accident and another is missing, Seoul’s foreign ministry said Thursday.They two left their hotel on Gili Trawangan in Lombok after renting snor…

56 pct of S. Koreans favor stronger real estate taxes: poll

SEOUL, More than five out of 10 South Koreans are supportive of the government’s plan to hike real estate tax rates to curb rising housing prices, a poll showed Thursday.In the survey on 500 adults conducted by Realmeter, 56.4 percent of the responden…

56 pct of S. Koreans favor stronger real estate taxes: poll

SEOUL, More than five out of 10 South Koreans are supportive of the government’s plan to hike real estate tax rates to curb rising housing prices, a poll showed Thursday.In the survey on 500 adults conducted by Realmeter, 56.4 percent of the responden…