It was a memorable day for both sides when the Salfords first faced each other at the SSE Airtricity League Division One North.
However, the game did not live up to the expectations that were set, with both sides failing to register a single shot on target in the first half.
It was a disappointing result, as both sides were unable to produce the best of football from the first-half, with only the first minute of the second-half having been played at a low tempo.
Both sides will be looking to get back on track, with the visitors seeking a second consecutive victory to extend their unbeaten run in the league to five games.
Meanwhile, the SFL has announced that the SFA Cup Final will be played at The Oval, with two games to be played there on Saturday, and will be broadcast live on the BBC Sport website.
Posted October 16, 2018 05:14:57South African exchange CoinExchange announced on Monday it has raised $500 million in new financing and is looking to raise $1 billion to fund expansion into Europe, Asia and Australia.
The exchange has also announced that it is in talks with a US Bitcoin exchange called Gemini, but no exact dates have been set for a deal.
CoinExchange CEO Rony Abang told CoinDesk that the investment would be used to “support” the exchange’s expansion into markets like China, Australia and New Zealand.
“We are in talks about financing from a US exchange called Coinbase,” Abang said.
“We want to be in a position where we can offer our customers a more stable and secure trading environment and we are also working on some of our other markets.”
The company is a great fit for our business, and we hope to expand our business further in the future.
“CoinExchanges US and international customers can now trade in bitcoin using the CoinExchanges BTC, LTC and ETH exchanges.
It is also available on a wide range of other digital currencies, including bitcoin cash, ripple, litecoin, ether and ethereum.”
CoinExchanger” is a trademark of CoinExchangers.com
Antwerper Exchange Bank, the world top 10 biggest banks, announced Monday that it has agreed to take over the reins of the southern exchange’s €1.2 trillion ($1.9 trillion) eurobond issuance.
The €1,700 billion in the bond issued to the Southern Exchange will be issued in a series of joint purchases by the three banks.
The bonds will be purchased in a combination of debt and equity, with the first of the purchases occurring on Oct. 6 and the second on Nov. 4.
The three banks will use the proceeds from the bond issuance to cover the cost of capital expansion, which has been a challenge for the region’s third largest bank, the Dutch bank ABN Amro.
The new debt financing will allow the bank to make a profit on its debt, while also giving the region access to a pool of capital that will enable the bank and its regional headquarters to meet their financing obligations.
The bank will also be able to borrow more money in the future, a move that will allow it to meet its existing capital commitments, which amount to around €5 billion.