Earn money by publishing post on TTECHBAY Forum

Do you have passion in writing ? Do you know you can make money by simply posting articles on this forum?? Yes, you can make real money here on Ttechbay.com if you can write good articles. We are currently looking for publishers who can work with us. We pay you per each post you published on this forum.

How much do you pay per post
Do you ever think we are joking? We pay you real cash whenever you make a post on this forum. We pay N300 per each post published on Ttechbay.com. Please note that spam articles are not counted and articles with less than 300 words generally won’t attract any payment. In fact we would likely trash it.

How to Publish A Post on Earboard.com
Publishing posts on Ttechbay is as simple as ABC. Just login to your account and click on the create post link at the top of our site (just after our logo). Then on the next page, write your title, select category, type the content of your article and click publish. Your post will be published immediately.

Note: You won’t be paid for publishing articles from other websites or blog whether verbatim or part of the article even when you linked back to the source!
What is the minimum payout and how do I receive payment?
Minimum payout is N3000 and we pay through bank transfer!

How do I request for payment?
Once you have published about 10 well written original articles and you wish to cash out your earning from the post, then follow this steps.

STEP 1: Through SMS
Send your username, password and bank account details to 09069793948 requesting for withdrawal of money earned from post publication. We will check your posts to know whether they are original and in line with our TOC. After the verification, we will proceed with the payment

STEP 3: Using CONTACT FORM
Click on the contact us link at the top of our site, fill in the form providing accurate information. On the message box, type your message including your username, password and bank account details. After that, click submit. We will check your post to know whether they are original and in line with our TOC. After the verification, we will proceed with the payment

STEP 3: Using EMAIL

Email your username, password and bank account details to Toluodofin017@gmail.com requesting for withdrawal of money earned from post publication. We will check your post to know whether they are original and in line with our TOC. After the verification, we will proceed with the payment.

If you there is any other thing you don’t understand, you can use the comment form to let us know

Stop Snoring Today! Finally Get The Good Night’s Sleep That You Deserve!

ENJOY OUR SPECIAL MICRO ANTI-SNORING DEVICE OFFER

Sleep Gadgets Is The World’s #1 Online Sleep Store.
We are a fast growing company because we always put the customer first. A customer-centered shopping experience has always been our goal and we pride ourselves in our comprehensive policies that have put us in a realm above and beyond our competitors. Shop with us today and receive a Special Discount on our top-selling snoring relief product.

Why This Product Is Right For You:

96% Success Rate
Rated as the most effective anti-snoring solutions in the market by our customers.
Comfort Fit
Comfortable super soft silicone nose buds that will fit easily in your nose.
Instant Snore Relief
Engineered to provide instant snore relief.
Alleviate Sleep Problems
Snoring solution guaranteed to alleviate sleep problems for a heavenly night’s sleep.

Yoghurts ‘contain more sugar than cola’

Yoghurt

Yoghurts (even organic ones) ‘full of sugar’

Many yoghurts are full of sugar and the public should not be lulled into thinking they are eating healthy products, researchers say.

The conclusion comes after a study of almost 900 yoghurts on sale in UK supermarkets.

The Leeds University-led research found that organic yoghurts were among the most sugary types – containing more sugar per 100g than cola.

Only natural and Greek-style yoghurts could be classed as low in sugar.

The study – published in BMJ Open – comes as government health officials are encouraging manufacturers to reduce the amount of sugar consumed by the public.

Yoghurts have been identified as one of the food types on which Public Health England wants to see progress.

This research was undertaken shortly after the launch of the sugar-reduction programme.

YoghurtImage copyrightGETTY IMAGES

Unsurprisingly, yoghurt desserts contained the most sugar – an average of 16.4g per 100g.

This category also included some products that did not contain yoghurt, such as chocolate mousse and creme caramel.

The second most sugary product was organic yoghurts with a typical 13.1g per 100g.

Children’s yoghurts typically contained 10.8g per 100g, the equivalent of more than two sugar cubes, the study found.

By comparison a 100g serving of a typical cola contains 9g of sugar.

The NHS recommends that children aged four to six have no more than 19g of sugar, or five sugar cubes a day, and it is advised that those aged seven to 10 consume less than 24g daily.

To be classed as low sugar there needs to be no more than 5g per 100g.

Only 9% of products surveyed were below this threshold.

Presentational grey line

How much sugar was in the yoghurt?

Desserts – 16.4g per 100g

Organic – 13.1g per 100g

Flavoured – 12g per 100g

Fruit – 11.9g per 100g

Children’s – 10.8g per 100g

Dairy alternatives – 9.2g per 100g

Drinks – 9.1g per 100g

Natural and Greek – 5g per 100g

Presentational grey line

Since the fieldwork for the study was carried out – at the end of 2016 – progress has been made on reducing sugar consumption from yoghurts.

A report published in May showed sugar content in yoghurts had been reduced by 6% in the first year, making it the only food category to exceed the 5% target. By 2020, it is expected sugar will be reduced by 20%.

PHE chief nutritionist Dr Alison Tedstone said this showed “positive steps” were being made.

But Dr Bernadette Moore, lead researcher of this study, said: “Even if we take the reduction into account, most of these yoghurts will still not be low in sugar.

“I think people, including parents, will be surprised to know just how much sugar there is in yoghurt.

“My advice would be to buy natural yoghurt and mix in your own fruit.”

 

Coca-Cola’s using Bluetooth to help you make personalized drinks

You use your smartphone to do everything from booking concert tickets to hailing a cab. Now you’ll be able to use it to fill a cup with Coca-Cola.

Coca-Cola is unveiling a new fountain drink machine this weekend that lets you use Bluetoothtechnology to prepare your drink precisely the way you want it with a few taps on your smartphone.

Like your Diet Coke mixed with Diet Sprite? No problem. Want some vanilla flavor in your Fanta? You got it.

While a Coke dispenser might seem like a strange place to find innovation, it’s the kind of move that could give the Atlanta-based soft-drink giant an advantage in the hyper-competitive beverage market. Smartphones make sense for drink ordering, because they will not only allow you to order exact percentages of different mixtures or flavor addition but also remember your preference for next time.

“Choice and customization are not fads – they’re here to stay,” Chris Hellmann, Freestyle’s VP general manager, said in a statement. “So we’re focused on making sure the Coca-Cola Freestyle platform stays current and contemporary and that we continue to offer more beverages people want.”

“We’ve built features into this dispenser that are not only contemporary for today,” Hellmann went on. “We’ve also future-proofed the platform with not-yet-activated features like audio capability, optical sensors and a new equipment option that will eventually support the addition of drink categories not available on Freestyle today, such as teas, cold coffees and new varieties of juices.”

Ah, the refreshing sight of Coca-Cola Freestyle machines.
Ah, the refreshing sight of Coca-Cola Freestyle machines.

The Coca-Cola Freestyle 9100 will reportedly be unveiled at the National Restaurant Association (NRA) tradeshow in Chicago this weekend. The company hopes to roll out the snazzy new machine nationally in 2019, and also has plans to implement a new Freestyle operating system across all existing machines.

Germany rolls out world’s first hydrogen train

Image result for hydrogen train

SONY DSC

World’s first hydrogen train rolls out in Germany. Commuters in Germany now have a chance to ride the world’s first hydrogen train as the country moves to replace old diesel-powered engines. The new trains carry a hydrogen tank and fuel cells on the roof, and produce electricity by combining hydrogen and oxygen.

Two bright blue Coradia iLint trains, built by French TGV-maker Alstom, began running a 100-kilometre (62-mile) route between the towns and cities of Cuxhaven, Bremerhaven, Bremervoerde and Buxtehude in northern Germany — a stretch normally plied by diesel trains.

“The world’s first hydrogen train is entering into commercial service and is ready for serial production,” Alstom CEO Henri Poupart-Lafarge said at an unveiling ceremony in Bremervoerde, the station where the trains will be refuelled with hydrogen.

Alstom has said it plans to deliver another 14 of the zero-emissions trains to Lower Saxony state by 2021, with other German states also expressing an interest.

Hydrogen trains are equipped with fuel cells that produce electricity through a combination of hydrogen and oxygen, a process that leaves steam and water as the only emissions.

Excess energy is stored in ion-lithium batteries on board the train.

The Coradia iLint trains can run for around 1,000 kilometres on a single tank of hydrogen, similar to the range of diesel trains.

Alstom is betting on the technology as a greener, quieter alternative to diesel on non-electrified railway lines — an attractive prospect to many German cities scrambling to combat air pollution.

“Sure, buying a hydrogen train is somewhat more expensive than a diesel train, but it is cheaper to run,” Stefan Schrank, the project’s manager at Alstom, told AFP.

Other countries are also looking into hydrogen trains, Alstom said, including Britain, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Italy and Canada.

In France, the government has already said it wants the first hydrogen train to be on the rails by 2022.

BUY E-CURRENCY USING INSTANT GOLD NIGERIA

*Any customer willing to buy E-currency must have an iGN account. CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT HERE if you don’t have one already OR LOGIN HERE  with your username and password if you are a registered user.

*Click on BUY E-CURRENCY

*Input the desired amount of the E-currency you want to buy in US Dollar

*Select the E-currency account type you want to buy/fund.

*Click on PROCEED button to generate a payment invoice with the Transaction number. Copy down our bank information and the transaction reference number from this page. The same will be sent to your registered email.

*Click on CONFIRM to record/save the transaction or click CANCEL to delete the transaction. (Note that only a confirmed invoice is valid and will be shown in your account history).

*Once a transaction is confirmed, a successful confirmation message showing our bank information and the transaction reference number will be sent to your registered email. Please do check your spam box if you don’t get this in the Inbox folder.

HOW TO PAY FOR A TRANSACTION

IF CASH DEPOSIT

*The name of depositor should be either your first name and the Transaction number or your transaction number only. For instance, if your name is UCHE and the transaction number is 101020. Then, the name of depositor could be UCHE (101020) or 101020.

IF INTERNET/MOBILE/ATM TRANSFER

In case of an electronic transfer, you must specify your transaction reference number in the memo/remark/message/purpose field provided by the bank website.

NOTICE: We are not a money remittance company or a collection agent, so, we do not accept third party transfer. All funds must originates from yourself only and be ready to provide proof of ownership of funds as may be required.

You do not need to write us after payment as long as you followed the described steps. We will get your details from the received reference number that accompanied your funds. We will alert you via email and SMS as soon as your account is funded.

But in case your order is not fulfilled after 24hrs. You can call us on telephone, Chat with us using the live chat popup or leave a message if we are offline.

https://instantgold.ng

Duncan Mighty – Wizkid Helped My Career

It’s not only popular belief but it’s true that Duncan Mighty has been a hot stuff in the music industry in the last three months. This is largely due to his collaboration with Wizkid on ‘Fake Love’.

Since then his career seem to have taken off again with so much vigor. The Port Harcourt first son in an interview with online media platform TheNet NGshared talked about getting to feature Wizkid and also working with Tiwa Savage.

In a candid reply Duncan Mighty stated that everything changed after he released ‘Fake Love’ with Wizkid. He said this when asked what he thought about ongoing debates Wizkid brought him back on the scene.

Wene Mighty readily agreed saying they are correct about that assertion. In addition, he noted that it was easy getting Wizkid to work with him as he is more than just a colleague but a brother.

He also stated that he was quite amazed having to work with Tiwa Savage on her latest single ‘Lova Lova’.

Watch Interview Video Below:-

https://youtu.be/RiF8isyKgdk

Earn money by publishing post on TTECHBAY Forum

Do you have passion in writing ? Do you know you can make money by simply posting articles on this forum?? Yes, you can make real money here on Ttechbay.com if you can write good articles. We are currently looking for publishers who can work with us. We pay you per each post you published on this forum.

How much do you pay per post
Do you ever think we are joking? We pay you real cash whenever you make a post on this forum. We pay N300 per each post published on Ttechbay.com. Please note that spam articles are not counted and articles with less than 300 words generally won’t attract any payment. In fact we would likely trash it.

How to Publish A Post on Earboard.com
Publishing posts on Ttechbay is as simple as ABC. Just login to your account and click on the create post link at the top of our site (just after our logo). Then on the next page, write your title, select category, type the content of your article and click publish. Your post will be published immediately.

Note: You won’t be paid for publishing articles from other websites or blog whether verbatim or part of the article even when you linked back to the source!

What is the minimum payout and how do I receive payment?
Minimum payout is N3000 and we pay through bank transfer!

How do I request for payment?
Once you have published about 10 well written original articles and you wish to cash out your earning from the post, then follow this steps.

STEP 1: Through SMS
Send your username, password and bank account details to 09069793948 requesting for withdrawal of money earned from post publication. We will check your posts to know whether they are original and in line with our TOC. After the verification, we will proceed with the payment

STEP 3: Using CONTACT FORM
Click on the contact us link at the top of our site, fill in the form providing accurate information. On the message box, type your message including your username, password and bank account details. After that, click submit. We will check your post to know whether they are original and in line with our TOC. After the verification, we will proceed with the payment

STEP 3: Using EMAIL

Email your username, password and bank account details to Toluodofin017@gmail.com requesting for withdrawal of money earned from post publication. We will check your post to know whether they are original and in line with our TOC. After the verification, we will proceed with the payment.

If you there is any other thing you don’t understand, you can use the comment form to let us know

9mobile Partners Bango to introduce smart way to pay

9mobile is living up to its identity as Nigeria’s most innovative telecommunications company, with the launch of 9pay.

This is an operator-billed payment platform for Google Play store users, launched in partnership with Google and Bango, the leading global mobile payments company.

According to its Chief Product & Information Officer, Otuyemi Otule, 9mobile is happy to expand its mobile payment solutions in Nigeria, which has a combination of a highly unbanked and highly mobile-first population. He added that 9mobile’s 9pay offers millions of consumers a means of making important financial transactions.

9pay can be used for a variety of things. If you are a local app or game developer, you will love this because you will find it infinitely easier to monetize your offerings.

If you’re not an app developer, the service is still of great value to you. With 9pay, you can pay for your apps, games and more, on Google Play store; transfer funds to a loved one or send money to your friend’s bank account, and so much more.

Is 9pay an app, you may ask. It is not. 9pay is a payment platform as earlier mentioned, or an e-wallet. And It is super easy to use, simply follow these steps:

  • Select 9pay as payment option on Google Play Store or visit www.9pay.com.ng to create an account.
  • Create a pin and fund your account with your ATM card issued by any Nigerian bank.
  • Voila! You are ready to start sending and receiving funds and making payments.

If you are wondering where your funds go to, all funds are safely warehoused and monitored by the United Bank of Africa (UBA) plc.

No more “aunty no change” story when buying anything with cash. Just ask your merchant to transfer the change from their 9pay account to your 9pay account. The fun part is you can transfer this “change” from your 9pay account to your bank account and cash out!

So, what are you waiting for? Set up your 9pay account now and join the #9mobile9pay wave.

This company wants to stop hackers from stealing your Crypto currency

This company wants to stop hackers from stealing your cryptocurrency

How much stolen Crypto currency is in circulation? A lot. Just last month, hackers breached Bithumb and Coinrail, two South Korea–based crypto currency exchanges, and stole over $70 million worth of various crypto tokens.

Bithumb and Coinrail are not alone in their ordeal. Since the founding of the first crypto currency exchange in 2010, hackers have walked away with billions of dollars’ worth of crypto currencies and digital tokens stolen from exchanges, and they continue to eye the crypto currency landscape as an attractive arena to make money. In 2014, a huge $460 million breach at Mt Gox caused the collapse of the then-largest bitcoin exchange and a sudden drop of the price of crypto currencies.

Aside from directly stealing from exchanges, cyber criminals are also using other methods to illegally earn crypto currencies. This includes cryptojacking scripts, software that secretly uses computer resources to mine crypto currencies, and ransomware, malware that locks out users from their files and only restores their access after they pay attackers a certain amount of crypto currency.

The appeal of cryptocurrency to cybercriminals is largely due to the lack of legal and technical safeguards to protect individuals, exchanges and organizations against money laundering and fraud. The lack of security damages the entire industry, and every new heist results in a steep drop in trust and value of cryptocurrencies.

But as crypto currencies slowly develop from a geek niche to a financial landscape sprawling over hundreds of billions of dollars and thousands of currencies, solutions are emerging to make the market more reliable and resilient against malicious activities.

What happens to the dirty money?

To be able to spend their stolen stash, hackers have to convert their cryptocurrencies to fiat at cryptocurrency exchanges. In the past two years, with the explosion of ICOs and crypto-tokens, hackers have turned their attention to smaller tokens. Many of the last year’s hacks were staged against these smaller tokens.

In July 2017, hackers stole $7.53 million from CoinDash’s ICO and directed the CDT tokens to their own wallet address. In January, another attack robbed Coincheck, a Japan-based exchange, of $400 million worth of NEM tokens.

Cryptocurrencies are based on blockchain, a transparent distributed ledger where every transaction is stored in a transparent and immutable way. Most cryptocurrencies are traceable, which means anyone can trace where money goes by following the addresses it is transferred to after it is stolen.

Hackers usually take their stolen tokens to the decentralized exchanges (DEX). Decentralized exchanges are less regulated than their centralized peers such as Coinbase and Binance. Because DEXs generally don’t have proper know-your-customer (KYC) safeguards, hackers have an easier time laundering their stolen tokens, and they provide hackers with the anonymity they require to launder their tokens.

Since token-to-token trading is possible on DEX, hackers convert their loot to other tokens or to mainstream cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. In doing so, hackers can make it difficult to trace stolen cryptocurrencies and cash them out using centralized exchanges. Hackers use DEXs to convert their loot to other tokens or to mainstream cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and Ethereum. This enables them to obscure their traces and then take the stolen cryptocurrencies to centralized exchanges where they can cash them out.

A decentralized approach to fighting fraud and money laundering

Aside from supporting digital money, blockchain also has applications in cybersecurity. Several organizations are using the technology to fight censorship and cyber attacks such as distributed denial of service and data tampering.

However, blockchain can also help fight the exact same kind of fraudulent activity that decentralized exchanges are suffering from. This is the focus of the Sentinel Protocol, a blockchain-based threat intelligence platform created by Uppsala Foundation, a Singapore-based cybersecurity firm. Patrick Kim, the founder of Uppsala Foundation, himself was a victim of cryptocurrency theft and lost 7,218 Ether in 2016 due to a vulnerability in an Ethereum wallet. Kim created Sentinel Protocol so that others didn’t have to go through the same painful experience.

At the heart of Sentinel Protocol is a decentralized threat reputation database (TRDB), which contains blockchain addresses associated with theft, fraud and ransomware, IP addresses, malware signatures, file hashes and other relevant information. Sentinel Protocol relies on a crowdsourced community of cybersecurity experts, which it calls Sentinels, to maintain its TRDB.

Any white hat hacker or security expert can become a Sentinel by analyzing and validating incident reports and other data points. For their contributions, they receive Sentinel Points (SP), which are reputation points that determine their standing in the security community. Sentinel Points can be converted to UPP tokens—the Sentinel Protocol’s circulation currency.

By integrating Sentinel Protocol into their platforms, cryptocurrency exchanges will be able to detect and block of fraudulent and malicious transactions by comparing source and destination addresses against Sentinel’s TRDB. This is especially useful to DEXs, where hackers are flocking to launder and cash their ill-gained fortunes.

The automated vetting of cryptocurrency addresses will help build trust, ensuring customers that they will not become involved in transactions with malicious parties. It will also make it much harder for criminals to use cryptocurrency exchanges to hide their traces and spend their stolen cryptocurrencies without giving themselves away.

Organizations can freely integrate Sentinel’s TRDB API into their software and query the database. In the near future, more advanced features will be available, such as Machine Learning-based anomaly detection or Distributed-sandboxing, both of which can be purchased with UPP tokens. Customers can purchase UPP from exchanges. Sentinels can convert their Sentinel Points to UPP. Using this method, white hat hackers can earn money by using their security expertise.

Sentinel Protocol has already partnered with Bibox, one of the top ten cryptocurrency exchanges in terms of trade volume, to protect users against scams and fraud. Sentinel Protocol is also working with decentralized exchanges such as IDEX, DDEX and DEx.top to explore ways they can leverage the TRDB. These DEXs share Sentinel Protocol’s initiative of stopping the use of stolen cryptos, improving compliance with Anti-Coin Laundering (ACL) and potential counter-terrorism finance regulations later in the future. Hopefully, these partnerships will help identify and trace cybercriminals that are financing their malicious activities through cryptocurrencies.

The decentralized approach to fighting fraud and scams is a crucial step toward making sure that cryptocurrencies are a reliable component of the future of payments and finance.