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WhatsApp to launch cryptocurrency targeting NRIs sending money home

In April last year, RBI had issued circular banning banks from providing services to crypto businesses. However, some exchanges have found a new way around the banking problem by launching exchange-escrowed peer-to-peer services.

OnePlus 7 will have a pop-up selfie camera setup with a slight chin at the bottom. At the back, the phone comes with a vertically aligned triple camera setup.
Henry Tang, Director of Standards for Oppo, said the company has started field trials with some of the operators.
WhatsApp has acknowledged the problem and will soon be coming out with an update to fix the same.
The website uses Nvidia's generative adversarial network, StyleGAN. The researchers have also enabled the software to bring out faces for cats, cars, even bedrooms.
Chinese smartphone major Vivo is holding The Vivo Carnival sale on its own retail platform, Amazon India and Flipkart.
Oppo has teased the launch of the F11 Pro in India. The company has said that the device will come with 48MP camera.
Alongside the regular Realme 3, the company could also launch Realme 3 Pro to counter Xiaomi's recently-launched Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro smartphones.
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The biggest gripe of any WhatsApp user is getting added to a random group without permission.