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Akron, OH Drug-Facilitated Doctor Sexual Abuse Lawyer, Victim Network Expanded



As a national collective, Abuse Guardian has greater reach and resources than a single law firm and their new partnership with John Bey, Esq., of Bey & Associates, means that the local Akron firm can now make use of their extensive expertise to better represent clients. In particular, thanks to this new partnership, John Bey, Esq. and his team can now represent the victims of doctor sexual abuse.

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The organization’s decision to partner with John Bey, Esq. coincides with the recent findings of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which found that in 2,400 cases of doctor sexual abuse occurring in all 50 states since 1999, half still had their medical license.

John Bey, Esq. and Abuse Guardian believe that both the prevalence of doctor sexual abuse and the low prosecution of this crime is unacceptable, and with their new partnership, they hope they can better support the victims of this crime and change the culture of impunity that they see within the medical community.

If an individual has been the victim of groping, indecent exposure, molestation or rape, Bey & Associates will help them report and sue their abuser and the medical institution that failed to prevent this assault–especially if they also actively contributed to a coverup or dismissal of a victim’s claims.

As specialist sexual abuse lawyers, Abuse Guardian knows that many doctor assault cases are drug-facilitated and they assure victims that even if their memories are unclear due to the effects of these drugs, a civil case can still be made.

Given John Bey, Esq.’s new partnership with Abuse Guardian he is confident that he can fight for the highest level of compensation for his victims, ensuring they receive damages for their injuries, their emotional distress and the ongoing impact of their abuse on their life, including their employment.

Abuse Guardian is pleased that John Bey, Esq. is now part of the national collective and they look forward to further expanding their victim and survivor representation services.

“Harnessing my team’s extensive experience in sexual assault and abuse cases, particularly those involving medical professionals, we pledge unwavering support to every client we advocate for,” John Bey, Esq. said. “Our mission is to achieve justice for all victims, providing solid legal counsel and compassionate emotional backing throughout these trying times. We stand steadfast in your quest for rightful compensation. Entrust us to be your relentless ally on your journey to justice.”

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Unveiling the Most Infamous Hacker Attacks in the Crypto Space



Dubai, UAE, 14th June 2024, The world of cryptocurrency has attracted a diverse group of people, ranging from enthusiastic supporters to those who, unfortunately, aim to exploit the system. Throughout its relatively brief existence, the crypto industry has experienced numerous instances of malicious activity, resulting in some of its most infamous hacker attacks. Let’s explore the most well-known hacker attacks in the blockchain space and how they have affected the industry and its development. 

Mt. Gox Hack 

The Mt. Gox hack is still one of the most notorious events in the history of cryptocurrency assets. When it collapsed in February 2014, there were valid concerns that it could potentially devastate the emerging cryptocurrency ecosystem at a time when Bitcoin was not even five years old. 

Mt. Gox reached its pinnacle as the world’s largest Bitcoin exchange, processing more than 70% of all Bitcoin transactions. As a result, the abrupt suspension of withdrawals by the exchange in February 2014 due to technical issues came as a shocking development for users. The analysis later revealed that Mt. Gox had suffered a loss of over 880,000 Bitcoins due to a prolonged, systematic hacking incident that went unnoticed for many years. This hacking incident led to the bankruptcy of Mt. Gox and triggered widespread panic and even a loss of trust in the successful future of crypto. 

The attackers and whether one attacker consistently targeted over the span of these years or multiple attackers in various instances remain a mystery. Furthermore, the methods employed by the attacker are more a matter of suspicion than facts. In the case of the breach in June 2011, it has been verified that the hacker could gain entry to the Mt. Gox server using an account with administrator-level privileges. However, how they obtained access to such an account has yet to be determined.

Mark Karpeles, the CEO of Mt. Gox, denied any knowledge of ongoing attacks and the role that his approach to storing funds played in them. Afterward, Karpeles attributed the withdrawal problems in 2014 to the “transaction malleability” bug. Still, the deficiency in the available information prevented experts and the crypto community from analyzing the incident and confirming or denying any theories. It is hoped that this widely discussed incident has led many crypto enthusiasts to be more cautious about the products and services they choose to use.

The DAO Hack 

The DAO, created on the Ethereum blockchain, was a groundbreaking project aiming to raise funds for Ethereum-based ventures in a decentralized fashion. It attracted significant attention and managed to gather well over $130 million. However, in June 2016, an unidentified attacker exploited the DAO’s code and stole nearly all those funds over a few weeks. Fortunately, a team of “white hat” Ethereum hackers managed to employ the same exploit against the attacker, successfully recouping a substantial portion of the stolen funds, but not all of it.

The Ethereum community was divided by heated arguments, trying to decide how to react to the attack. The DAO had grown to be such a highly funded initiative that it held approximately 14% of all ETHs in circulation at that time. Therefore, its collapse could lead to not just financial setbacks for investors but also significant repercussions for the developing Ethereum network. 

So, first, the soft fork and then the hard fork were suggested. After much deliberation, the latter was chosen, effectively rolling back the Ethereum network to before the DAO attack. This approach allowed the reallocation of ETHs collected by the DAO to a different smart contract so that investors could withdraw their funds.  The DAO’s cautionary tale significantly influenced the industry’s approach to security. 


The cryptocurrency industry has a long track record of prominent hacker breaches that have unsettled investor faith, eroded trust, and cast doubts on the safety of digital assets. Despite undoubtedly leaving a profound mark on the crypto sphere, these events have also offered essential lessons, compelling industry participants to focus on security and adopt far more cautious approaches.

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Lumoz Node Sale is coming in hot! Pre-sale and Whitelist Registration will officially begin on June 17th



Hong Kong, 14th June 2024, ZEX PR WIRE, The modular compute layer & ZKRaaS platform Lumoz has announced the global launch of the zkVerifier Node Sale event. The node pre-sale and whitelist registration will officially start on June 17 at 3 PM(UTC+8). This time Lumoz zkVerifier Node cap is set at 200,000, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Users worldwide can register for the whitelist to participate in the whitelist round or use a pre-sale invitation code to pay a 20% deposit for the Pre-sale round, securing nodes at a lower price. Users who successfully purchase nodes will qualify to participate in the 40 million Lumoz points event. After the Lumoz mainnet launch, 25% of the tokens will be produced through zkVerifier node mining. Additionally, node holders will receive multiple rewards, including potential token airdrops from new chains within the Lumoz ecosystem.

Why should users purchase a Lumoz zkVerifier Node?

Facing the challenge of high computational costs in the current zero-knowledge computing field, the Lumoz network leverages its deep expertise in ZKP and innovatively optimizes circuits and algorithms to significantly enhance computational efficiency. This effectively addresses the high costs and low efficiency faced by Rollup projects, lowering the barrier for ordinary users to participate in the zero-knowledge computing market.

As a crucial part of the Lumoz network’s verification layer, zkVerifier nodes provide great convenience for ordinary users to participate in the zero-knowledge (ZK) computing network, while also taking on the important responsibility of maintaining network data security. Users can easily participate in ZK computing by running lightweight nodes and receive corresponding rewards from the network. This innovative initiative will also promote the widespread application of zero-knowledge computing technology, bringing broader application prospects to the entire industry.

With the official launch of the zkVerifier Node sale, global community users have the opportunity to fairly participate in the operation of the Lumoz network. While collectively maintaining network security and stability, they can also earn rewards provided by Lumoz.

Lumoz zkVerifier Node rewards include:

  1. 40 million Lumoz points (before TGE). Lumoz will launch a 40 million Lumoz points event starting on June 25, lasting for 40 days. Users who successfully purchase and stake nodes can share 1 million Lumoz points daily. These points can be exchanged for mainnet tokens after Lumoz TGE (expected in Q3 2024).

  2. 25% Lumoz Token incentive (after TGE). Based on Lumoz’s latest valuation of $300 million, 25% of MOZ tokens are valued at up to $75 million.

  3. Token airdrops from potential L2 chains within the Lumoz ecosystem. Lumoz currently has over 20 excellent ETH L2 and BTC L2 products live on the Mainnet/Testnet, such as ZKFair and Merlin Chain. Lumoz plans to launch more L2 chains, covering various fields like BTC, AI, DePIN, Game, and Social. To further promote ecosystem prosperity, zkVerifier Node holders will also receive token airdrops from potential L2 chains within the Lumoz ecosystem.

Key Information about Lumoz Node Sale:

Participation methods:

  • Pre-Sale: The pre-sale round starts on June 17 and is only open to users with a pre-sale invitation code. Pre-sale participants can secure licenses at a lower price earlier than others and start earning Lumoz points sooner, resulting in lower costs and higher returns.

  • Whitelist Sale: The whitelist round starts on June 25 and is open to users worldwide. However, participants must register for the whitelist and deposit 100 USDT between June 17 and June 24 to secure their whitelist qualification.

More details about the node sale, Pre-sale and Whitelist Campaign rules will be officially announced soon. Please stay tuned to Lumoz’s official Twitter and Discord!

About Lumoz:

Lumoz is a leading DePIN computing network and ZK-RaaS platform, utilizing PoW mining mechanism to provide ZKP computing power for ZK-Rollups. Currently, it has launched ETH L2 product ZKFair and BTC L2 product Merlin Chain, with more L2 chains to be introduced in the future.

In the first half of this year, Lumoz announced the completion of Pre-A and strategic financing rounds. So far, institutions including OKX Ventures, HashKey Capital, KuCoin Ventures, Polygon, IDG Blockchain, NGC Ventures, Gate Ventures, GGV, MH Ventures, BWARE LABS, Comma3 Ventures, among others, have participated, raising a total of $14 million for Lumoz.

It’s worth mentioning that Lumoz has completed two rounds of incentive Testnets, with a total participation of 282K users, 28,137 validators, 145 PoW miners, and over 60 deployed ecosystem projects. According to the official roadmap, Lumoz is expected to launch its Mainnet in Q3 of this year.

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Drug-Free Tennessee to Distribute Thousands of ‘Truth About Drugs’ Booklets in Statewide Campaign for International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking



Nashville, Tennessee, 14th June 2024, ZEX PR WIRE, In a bold initiative to combat the scourge of drug abuse and raise awareness about the dangers of illicit drugs, Drug-Free Tennessee is set to distribute thousands of ‘Truth About Drugs’ booklets throughout the state. This distribution effort aligns with the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking on June 26 and will extend through the preceding week.

The International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, observed annually on June 26, is a global event aimed at strengthening action and cooperation in achieving a drug-free world. Drug-Free Tennessee is proud to be part of this international movement, leveraging the occasion to educate and empower communities across Tennessee with factual information about drugs.

“Drug abuse affects all facets of society, and the only way to combat it effectively is through education,” said Julie Brinker, Ambassador for Drug-Free Tennessee. “Our ‘Truth About Drugs’ booklets provide essential information that can help individuals, especially young people, make informed decisions and avoid the devastating consequences of drug addiction.”

The ‘Truth About Drugs’ booklets cover a comprehensive range of topics, including the effects of commonly abused substances such as marijuana, alcohol, ecstasy, cocaine, and prescription drugs. By distributing these materials widely, Drug-Free Tennessee aims to reach thousands of individuals, from students and educators to parents and community leaders.

Key elements of the distribution campaign include:

  • Statewide Reach: Volunteers will distribute booklets in major cities as well as in smaller towns and rural areas.

  • Community Engagement: Partnerships with local schools, businesses, and community organizations will amplify the reach and impact of the campaign.

  • Educational Events: Informational sessions and workshops will be held to facilitate discussions and provide deeper insights into the issues of drug abuse and prevention.

Drug-Free Tennessee invites all Tennesseans to join this crucial campaign by volunteering, participating in events, and spreading the word about the dangers of drug abuse. Together, we can make a difference and pave the way for a healthier, safer community.

For more information about the ‘Truth About Drugs’ booklets and how to get involved, please visit

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Drug-Free Tennessee is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing drug abuse through education and advocacy. Our mission is to provide the public with reliable information about drugs, empowering individuals to make informed decisions and live drug-free lives.

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