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Apple took a similar approach to its latest MacBook Air: Increasing the price while adding features, but keeping the older model in the lineup.<br> (image:  )  (image:  )                                                      Scott Stein/CNET                                                <br>And that's a shame because this iPad, with its larger display, camera improvement and better processor, is the model I'd prefer -- minus its weird Pencil accessory situation.<br><br>I don't use the Apple Pencil much, despite how nice it is to draw with, so I might be OK with having to use the first-gen Pencil. But many other people won't be. And it's baffling, frankly, why Apple decided to not make this iPad compatible with the more useful  despite all of its other improvements. (You can even get 5G through the modem-enabled version.)<br><br>I'm going to unplug my Pencil 1 from its dongle now and rest it somewhere where it won't roll off the table while I continue this iPad review. <br> (image:  )  (image:  ) <br>Me, celebrating that the camera finally looks great on a call with CNET's Dan Ackerman.<br>                                                    Scott Stein/CNET                                                Camera: Yes, finally, it's perfect<br>The  I wanted from the iPad arrived, like a magic wish granted: The weirdly placed front camera on the iPad is now on the landscape edge. This is great. Why is this great? Because I work on iPads in landscape mode, in cases and stands and keyboard docks. When I Zoom or FaceTime on other iPads, my face looks weirdly off-angle with my eyes looking elsewhere. That's fixed now. 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(Even the iPad Mini works with the Pencil 2, come on.)<br> (image:  )  (image:  ) <br>Apple's new Magic Keyboard Folio has a look similar to previous Logitech cases.<br>                                                    Scott Stein/CNET                                                Magic Keyboard folio case: An imperfect solution<br>Apple redesigned its keyboard-connected case yet again for this new iPad, taking an approach that feels a lot different than its . That case, which works with the iPad Air and Pro, is expensive ($300 and up), heavy, can't be used as an everyday case because of its inflexible angles, but is excellent for working on small work surfaces or laps.<br><br>The folio case is still expensive at $250. It's split into two parts (a keyboard that snaps on the side and a kickstand back cover that snaps to the iPad back), can be used as an everyday case and adds a helpful row of function keys on the top. But it isn't lap-friendly and lacks keyboard backlighting. 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has lauded TJ Dillashaw for the way he has handled his drugs ban and admitted guilt and remorse. <br>The  president claims there are plenty of fighters who will vehemently deny wrongdoing despite USADA catching them using performance-enhancing drugs in contrast to Dillashaw's honesty. <br>'First of all, the guy is probably, and I don't know this for a fact, but I would assume he's one of the most tested guys in the company right now,' White recently told Barstool Sports. <br>      (image:  )    TJ Dillashaw was banned for two years for the use of performance-enhancing drugs <br>  RELATED ARTICLES                Share this article Share  'USADA is probably all over him.  But I think he made a mistake, and he handled it like a man. <br> <br /> 'I'll tell you what: We've had a lot of guys in the history of this company who have been busted for steroids and handled it the exact opposite way. <br>'They handled it not like men. Dillashaw did.  He took it on the chin. You've got to respect him for that.' <br>Dillashaw spent two years banned from competition before returning to beat Corey Sandhagen earlier this year, earning him a title shot at UFC 280 in Abu Dhabi. <br>He claimed that he used performance-enhancing drugs in a bid to help him cut weight rather than make any difference in the octagon. <br>      (image:  )    Dana White credited the American for the way he handled his failed test and ban<br>But Dillashaw took ownership of his actions on the whole: 'It's hard to hold grudges, because I did it,' he told MMA Junkie during his suspension. <br>'I made the mistake.  I dirtied my name myself. It's not on anybody else. I gave them fuel. It hurts, but that's part of the payment - part of the payment for how I dirtied my name up. I've got to live with it now. <br>'Trying to hold onto those grudges, that's like holding onto the past.  I've already moved on.'<br>White and Dillashaw may well have moved on but if he beats Sterling for the bantamweight title this weekend, it will not be a particularly good look for the UFC. <br>He comes in as the marginal betting underdog but there's no question he could well have his hand raised on Saturday evening.  Whether he can alter fan perceptions of him is another question entirely.  <br>      (image:  )    Dillashaw was banned for two years but beat Corey Sandhagen upon his return<br>  RELATED ARTICLES                Share this article Share    adverts.addToArray({"pos":"inread_player"})Advertisement  Feel free to surf to my homepage;  https://togelshiohk.com/
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Binance walks away from FTX bailout; bitcoin slumps<br> *<br> FTX's native token trades near record low<br> *<br> Investors expect turmoil to get worse before it gets better<br> By Georgina Lee and Tom Westbrook<br> HONG KONG/SINGAPORE, Nov 10 (Reuters) - Cryptocurrency markets nursed heavy losses on Thursday, with bitcoin pinned near a two-year low as investors fretted about the fallout from the implosion of crypto exchange FTX.<br> Larger rival Binance walked away from a bailout deal on Wednesday.  FTX head Sam Bankman-Fried said he was "exploring all the options", but fading hopes for rescue left FTX teetering. A message on the FTX website said: "FTX is currently unable to process withdrawals. We strongly advise against depositing."<br> Focus is on the unknown size of customer losses and the hit to sentiment from the latest and possibly largest collapse in an industry that has turned into a minefield for investors.<br> FTX's native token, FTT is down 90% this week and was attempting to steady around $2 -- not terribly far above its record low around $1.50.  Bitcoin fell below $16,000 for the first time since late 2020 overnight and was last at $16,435.<br> Binance backed out of a non-binding offer to buy FTX after due diligence. Another exchange, OKX, said it was also approached by Bankman-Fried this week, who described liabilities of $7 billion that needed covering quickly.<br> "Even Elon Musk would not be able to commit to a deal with $7 billion liability within a few hours of negotiations. That was too much for us," Lennix Lai, director of financial markets at OKX told Reuters.<br> "(It) is a big hole to plug," he added.  "The dagger will continue to hang over the crypto market, as long as the outlook of FTX's fate remains unclear."<br> The Wall Street Journal reported that Bankman-Fried told investors FTX needed $8 billion to cover withdrawals. FTX did not respond to a request for comment.<br> 'CONFIDENCE CRISIS'<br> There are also early signs that the fallout could spread beyond crypto markets, with jittery stockmarkets sliding on Wall Street overnight.<br> "A top exchange failing - that's on a different level," said Danny Chong, CEO of decentralised finance firm Tranchess, with potentially wider ramifications than the failure of stablecoin TerraUSD and crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital this year.<br> "People's funds, including market makers', are still currently with FTX," he said.  "Just when people were thinking that crypto winter might probably not last ... along comes another episode like this."<br> The U.S. securities regulator is investigating FTX.com's handling of customer funds and crypto-lending activities, according to a source with knowledge of the inquiry.<br> Bloomberg reported that the U.S.  Department of Justice is also looking in to the turmoil. A DOJ spokesperson declined to comment.<br> Investors are already writing off funds ploughed into FTX. Venture capital fund Sequoia Capital wrote down a $150 million exposure to zero on Wednesday.  Canada's Ontario Teachers Pension Plan, Tiger Global and Japan's Softbank are also FTX investors.<br> Most crypto players remain bullish about the long term, but are braced for further falls in the near future. Bitcoin's 20%losses this week are comparable to the drop in June when Three Arrows Capital came under stress.<br> "What makes this new phase ... problematic is that the number of entities with stronger balance sheets able to rescue those with low capital and high leverage is shrinking," analysts at J.P. Morgan<br> "Now that the balance sheet strength of Alameda Research and FTX is under question only a few months after being perceived as strong balance sheet entities, it creates a confidence crisis and reduces the appetite of other crypto companies to come to the rescue." (Reporting by Georgina Lee in Hong Kong and Tom Westbrook in Singapore. Editing by Shri Navaratnam)<br>                my web blog ...  https://eyangsloter.blogspot.com/2022/10/persiapan-yang-harus-dilakukan-sebelum-bermain-judi-online.html
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Thursday, November 10, 2022
They went viral during the Covid-19  for their fun-filled  videos.<br>And Dame  and her grandson Sam Williams have returned with their amusing clips after roping in  to do a TikTok dance with them.<br>The legendary actress, 87, and her grandson, 25, were joined by the documentarian, 52, as they showed off their dance moves in a coordinated routine.<br>              (image:  )    They're back! Dame Judi Dench and her grandson Sam Williams have returned with their amusing videos after roping Louis Theroux in to do a TikTok dance with them<br>In the video, shared to social media on Tuesday, Judi's daughter Finty Williams, 50, could also be seen taking part in the dance in their garden.<br>As the music belted out, the group are seen joining the TikTok dance craze as they lifted their arms above their heads and wiggled their hips. <br>  RELATED ARTICLES                    Share this article Share 751 shares    Judi cut a stylish figure in white trousers and a matching shirt, while she styled her white tresses in a tousled style and showed off her moves.<br>Her grandson Sam, who has been mistaken for Ed Sheeran in the past, kept it casual in black jeans and a white T-shirt, worn underneath a red plaid shirt.<br>      (image:  )    Amusing: The legendary actress, 87, and her grandson, 25, were joined by the documentarian, 52, as they showed off their dance moves in a coordinated routine<br>He tucked his ginger locks beneath a navy baseball cap and flashed a huge smile as he seemed pleased to once again be joined by his grandmother for a TikTok video. <br>Judi's daughter Finty looked effortlessly chic in a forest green midi dress and a pair of black boots as she got involved with the craze.<br>Meanwhile, Louis looked suave in grey trousers and a dusty blue shirt, which he styled with a pair of beige Chelsea boots to complete his look.<br>Judi recently featured on an episode of , with the star likely roping him into her TikTok video as they collaborated on the show.<br>      (image:  )        (image:  )  Having fun: In the video, shared to social media on Tuesday, Judi's daughter Finty Williams, 50, could also be seen taking part in the dance in their garden<br>      It was part of a new six-episode series with Louis interviewing the likes of singer and songwriter Stormzy, and adventurer Bear Grylls. <br>Their latest amusing dance clip comes after Judi and her grandson regularly went viral on TikTok for their videos during lockdown.<br>Last May,  and admitted he is 'very strict' about her performances.<br>Appearing on This Morning, Judi and Sam talked about filming the videos together, with the latter saying his grandmother 'was quite hesitant about TikTok at first but after a few videos, she was up for it'.<br>      (image:  )    Social media star: Their latest amusing dance clip comes after Judi and her grandson regularly went viral on TikTok for their videos during lockdown<br>Judi said of Sam's directions for the videos: 'Strict!  Very strict. I'd say "we'll do it now" and he'd say "no you can't do it now you're not good enough, do it again, do it again!" <br>'We were lucky. Finty [her daughter] was not with us but Sammy and I were very lucky to be together. Thank Goodness for the phone and FaceTime.'<br>Judi's grandson , so much so that the musician actually sent his security to help Sam when he was mobbed by fans believing he was the Shape Of You hitmaker.<br>'I got the front and everyone went mental around me,' Sam previously said.  'I saw him a few days later ad he said "Oh I saw you were being crowded around so I sent my security for you", so nice of him.'<br>      (image:  )    Choreography: Last May, Judi spoke about deciding to join Sam for the fun-filled videos and admitted he is 'very strict' about her performances<br>In February, Judi went viral after starring in a hilarious TikTok game with Sam where she had to finish the lyrics of popular songs.<br>'I'm going to read you a lyric, you have to finish the next lyric,' Sam told the legendary actress as she groaned in horror. <br>Kicking things off with Jason Derulo's Let me Take you Dancing, the national treasure revealed: 'I like Jason Derulo.'<br>But Judi's fondness of the Get Ugly hitmaker wasn't enough for her to get the answer right. <br>'Let me take you dancing...' the Skyfall actress' grandson prompted her, to which she replied: '...  You've nothing on tonight.' <br>      (image:  )      Generation game: In February, Judi viral after starring in a hilarious TikTok game with her grandson Sam where she had to finish the lyrics of popular songs<br>As they both contorted in peals of laughter Judi attempted to defend her poetic but incorrect response. <br>'That's actually quite a good line,' she said.  <br>Next, the star's grandson quizzed her on Ed Sheeran's hit song Castle on the Hill. <br>'You better get this one right,' her relative warned before he read out the line 'singing to Tiny Dancer...' <br>'...Tiny Dancer sings to me,' responded Judi before giving a deadpan side-eye to the camera.  <br>              (image:  )    Uncanny!  Judi's grandson (pictured in 2018) bears a resemblance to Ed Sheeran, so much so that the star sent his security to help Sam when he was mobbed by fans believing he was Ed<br>And Judi took umbrage with the final song in the game, Sucker by the Jonas Brothers.<br>When her grandson revealed the correct lyrics were: 'I'm a sucker for you.  You say the word and I'll go anywhere blindly,' she retorted: 'That doesn't rhyme!' as her grandson looked on in exasperation. <br>Viewers on TikTok went wild for the national treasure: 'You can't just casually put Dame Judi on my For You Page like this I need to prepare,' said one. <br>'If Dame Judi Dench says it doesn't rhyme then IT DOESN'T RHYME SAM,' commented another.<br>      (image:  )    Memories: Sam, 24, recalled how Ed sent his security guard to help him out as gig-goers started 'jumping over' after mistaking him for Ed (pictured with his grandmother Judi in 2020)<br>  adverts.addToArray({"pos":"inread_player"})Advertisement  Also visit my page :: 5 situs togel resmi dan terpercaya ( https://maps.google.co.ck/url?q=https://togelshiohk.com/ )
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The replacements for Nova 100's Chrissie, Sam and Browny have been announced.<br>The top-rating  breakfast team is being replaced by Ben Harvey and Liam Stapleton, who found success in the same time situs slot gacor ( http://eyangslot.rf.gd/ ) on Nova 919 in , and their long-time producer Belle Jackson.<br>The announcement was made on both stations on Friday morning.<br>      (image:  )    The replacements for Nova 100's Chrissie, Sam and Browny have been announced. (Pictured from left: Sam Pang, Chrissie Swan and Jonathan 'Browny' Brown) <br>Harvey and Stapleton, who were previously the hosts of Triple J's national breakfast show, were first linked to the Nova 100 gig earlier this week.<br>Other duos were reportedly considered for the Melbourne breakfast role, including KIIS FM national drive hosts Will and Woody, and Mike E and Emma from RNB Fridays.<br>  RELATED ARTICLES                                                                        Share this article                  Share                  60 shares                                  One radio insider told Daily Mail Australia it was 'inevitable' the Ben and Liam show would either go national or move to Sydney or Melbourne.<br>'They are number one in Adelaide and brought some of Triple J's biggest ratings for breakfast,' the source said.<br>      (image:  )    The top-rating Melbourne breakfast team is being replaced by Ben Harvey (left) and Liam Stapleton (right), who found success in the same time slot on Nova 919 in Adelaide, and their long-time producer Belle Jackson<br>'We are all so grateful for the opportunity to wake up with the people of Melbourne every day - we love the city and can't wait to call it our home,' Harvey said in a statement.<br>'Melbourne has Australia's most competitive radio market and we are looking forward to proving ourselves against some of the biggest shows in the country.'<br>Stapleton added of Jackson's promotion from producer to anchor: 'We're so stoked to be dropping the "producer" part from Producer Belle's title.<br>'She has done the hard yards with us for the last five years and we can't wait to have her on air more. Belle moved from Melbourne to Sydney, to Adelaide and back to Melbourne for the show. We introduced her to our hometown and now she's going to return the favour.<br>'We can't wait for Melbourne to fall in love with her and put up with us!'<br>      (image:  )    Ben, Liam & Belle (pictured) will continue to have a presence in Adelaide, hosting a local early breakfast show from 6am to 7am. Nova 919's new breakfast show will be revealed shortly<br>Jackson said: 'I can't wait to return to Melbourne after five long but incredible years away and, while coming back home is exciting, to be doing it on air alongside Ben and Liam is a dream come true.<br>'I have loved every minute of "looking after" the boys as their producer. I can't wait to step into this new role with them and teach them a thing or two about my hometown.'<br>Ben, Liam & Belle will continue to have a presence in Adelaide, hosting a local early breakfast show from 6am to 7am. Nova 919's new Adelaide breakfast show will be revealed shortly.<br>Harvey and Stapleton's partnership began in 2013, when they joined forces at Adelaide community radio station Fresh 92.7.<br>They moved to Triple J in 2016, where their breakfast show became one of the most popular in the station's history.<br>      (image:  )        (image:  )  The announcement will be made on both stations before 9am on Friday, according to sources familiar with the reshuffle. (Pictured left: Chrissie Swan, and right: Jonathan Brown)<br>In October 2019, the duo left the ABC's youth broadcaster for Adelaide's Nova 919.<br>Listeners of  were shocked when hosts Chrissie Swan, Sam Pang and Jonathan 'Browny' Brown announced last Friday they were quitting their top-rating breakfast show after seven years on the air.<br>The news came less than a day after their Sydney-based colleague Kate Ritchie revealed she was also stepping down from Nova's national drive show.<br>      (image:  )    Harvey and Stapleton, who were previously the hosts of Triple J's national breakfast show, were first linked to the Nova 100 gig earlier this week<br>According to an insider, the announcement also stunned Nova staff, with all employees at the station receiving an email at 8.30am from CEO Peter Charlton with a press release attached.<br>The final Chrissie, Sam and Browny show will air on December 2.<br>Nova pulled the plug on the show because Pang 'wanted out' and radio bosses felt dropping the trio altogether would be an easier option than finding a replacement.<br>While there's no word yet on Pang and Brown's future plans in the radio industry, Swan will be hosting her own national afternoon show on Nova from January 2023.<br>      (image:  )      Nova pulled the plug on Chrissie, Sam and Browny because Pang (pictured) 'wanted out' and radio bosses felt dropping the trio altogether was an easier option than finding a replacement<br>      (image:  )    While there's no word yet on Pang and Brown's future plans in the radio industry, Swan (pictured) will be hosting her own national afternoon show on Nova from January 2023 <br>                                data-track-module="am-external-links^external-links">  Read more:                  DM.later('bundle', function()        DM.has('external-source-links', 'externalLinkTracker');    );
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<br>By Soo-hyang Choi<br> <br>SEOUL, June 1 (Reuters) - After political science student Noh Seo-jin finished class on Tuesday, the 19-year-old headed out for the last time to a campaign event with a yellow campaign jacket in her backpack and ambitions of becoming the Seoul city council's youngest member.<br> <br>Noh is one of seven teenagers running for public office in South Korea's local elections on Wednesday, the first since the minimum age for local government council members and leaders was lowered in December to 18 from 25.<br> <br>Both major parties are running teenage candidates, keen to curry favour with the volatile youth vote, although most hail from smaller parties like Noh's Justice Party, where she has been active since she was 15.<br> <br>"I have a longer political career than President Yoon Suk-yeol," Noh said, highlighting the new South Korean leader's lack of political experience when he entered politics in June of last year, and went on to win his election this March.<br> <br>When the government of Yoon's predecessor, Moon Jae-in, lowered the voting age by one year, to 18, young voters were expected to be a boon to his liberal party.  They had, after all, figured prominently in protests and vigils that helped to oust the previous scandal-plagued administration.<br> <br>Instead, the youth vote has emerged as a volatile swing bloc. Disillusionment over political and corporate elitism, high housing costs, worries over job opportunities and a divide over gender equality issues led many young men to vote for Yoon's conservative party over Moon's Democrats.<br> <br>Yoon won 58% of men in their 20s, while liberal Lee Jae-myung gained the same percentage of women, according to exit polls.  Yoon prevailed in the election by a margin of just 0.7%.<br> <br>The battle to attract youth loyalty continues, with the Democratic Party, now in opposition, naming 26-year-old Park Ji-hyun as its interim co-head after their defeat.<br> <br>Noh, who has been wearing a suit to her classes at Seoul's Soongsil University since launching her candidacy, joined the progressive Justice Party in 2018 as an honorary member and is now the head of its youth committee.<br> <br>She has vowed to become an advocate for teenagers, who she said have been little represented in decisions on education and other policies that directly affect their everyday lives.<br> <br>Her campaign pledges include addressing climate change issues and guaranteeing vegetarian options for school meals.<br> <br>Park Won-ho, a political science professor at Seoul National University, said the teenage candidates were generally not well-positioned to win their races on Wednesday but their presence indicated a rising role for young voters and politicians.<br> <br>"The main question is whether they will be able to gain experience here and advance to the country's main political scene," he said.<br> <br>In a country where the average member of parliament is 55 years old, their youth may also be welcome.<br> <br>"Teens might lack experience but can see the world in that very new perspective," said Seoul resident Jung Ji-hoon, 29, as he headed to work.<br> <br>On election day, Noh said she will cast her vote and then attend classes remotely, before heading to the party office to watch the vote results.<br> <br>And if she fails to capture a seat on the city council?<br> <br>"It will be back to business as usual. I will continue my political career as a Justice Party member," she said.  (Reporting by Soo-hyang Choi; Additional reporting by Yeni Seo and Daewoung Kim; Editing by Edmund Klamann)<br> adverts.addToArray({"pos":"inread_player"})Advertisement  Here is my web site -  https://Eyangsloter.Blogspot.com/2022/10/mengenal-semua-produk-yang-tersedia-di-dalam-situs-judi-online.html
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Formula One team AlphaTauri has condemned accusations of foul play levelled at them after 's controversial retirement in the Dutch Grand Prix.<br>Tsunoda was forced into the pits with tyre issues in the race but was sent back out.  He then retired just four corners later, causing a Virtual Safety Car that largely extinguished any chance of a victory for .<br>Some fans on social media suspected foul play as AlphaTauri's sister team Red Bull won the race through , with their Head of Strategy Hannah Schmitz attracting particularly strong criticism.<br>      (image:  )    Toto Wolff said he 'would look closely' at Yuki Tsunoda's retirement in the Dutch Grand Prix<br>      (image:  )            Share this article Share    Mercedes boss Toto Wolff said it was 'something I would look closely at' if his team was challenging for a championship.<br> <br /> AlphaTauri stood by their staff and denied any wrongdoing.  A statement read: 'It is incredibly disheartening to read some of the language and comments directed at our team and towards Red Bull Racing's Head of Strategy, Hannah Schmitz.<br>'Such hateful behaviour cannot be tolerated, and to entertain accusations of foul play is unacceptable, untrue and completely disrespectful towards both Hannah and us.<br>      (image:  )    Max Verstappen went on to win his home Grand Prix and extend his Drivers Championship lead<br>'We have always competed independently, fairly and with the highest levels of respect and sportsmanship.<br>'Yuki had a failure that the team didn't immediately detect which caused him to stop on track.<br>'To suggest anything different is insulting and categorically incorrect.'<br>Lewis Hamilton's team also condemned abusive messages aimed at Schmitz and said it was 'important to us that we continue to spread love and empathy towards the hardworking teams in the paddock.'<br>  RELATED ARTICLES                    Share this article Share    adverts.addToArray({"pos":"inread_player"})Advertisement
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An  and  influencer who was once alleged to have been part of a scam in which investors lost nearly £4 million has started a new get-rich-quick scheme.<br>Gurvin Dyal, 23, is once again trying to entice people to invest, this time in what he calls e-commerce courses, by posting pictures of himself with supercars and enjoying a jet-setting lifestyle, staying in luxury hotels and holiday lets.<br>Last weekend he filmed himself driving his rose gold covered supercar around  - and received almost 350,000 likes on TikTok.<br>Dyal boasts on his website that his success in business has enabled him to move up with his family from living in a two bedroom council flat in east London to a five bedroom detached house in an upmarket area of Essex.<br>His Instagram account called Mr.Gurvz has a million followers and has most recently posted pictures of him posing with his second-hand McLaren supercar after paying to have it given a rose gold coloured wrap.<br>              (image:  )    Gurvin Dyal, 23, is once again trying to entice people to invest, this time in what he calls e-commerce courses, by posting pictures of himself with supercars and enjoying a jet-setting lifestyle, staying in luxury hotels and holiday lets<br>But MailOnline can reveal that he was living until recently with his mother and younger brother in a tatty rented three bed terraced house with peeling paintwork on a busy road in Ilford, Essex.<br>A near neighbour of the house who asked not to be named, joked: 'Everyone around here knew that Gurvin had plenty of big ideas and loved to pose in his expensive cars and designer clothes.<br>'It is hardly a millionaire's playground in this corner of Ilford.  We've got a McDonalds at the end of the road, and there's not a lot else around here.'<br>Land Registry records reveal that the house is owned by a woman living in Woodford Green, Essex, who bought it for £275,000 in 2007.<br>Dyal contacted MailOnline this week to try and promote his latest TikTok video showing him slowly driving his 200mph McLaren through central London as crowds of people raised their mobile phones to film him.<br>      (image:  )    MailOnline can reveal that he was living until recently with his mother and younger brother in a tatty rented three bed terraced house with peeling paintwork on a busy road in Ilford, Essex<br>      (image:  )    His Instagram account called Mr.Gurvz has a million followers and he often shares his luxury adventures<br>He agreed to meet a reporter in the car park of a David Lloyd gym in Gidea Park, Essex, where he parked his six-year-old motor in a disabled bay, with his overweight Maltese and Poodle cross dog called Kayd sitting in the passenger seat beside him.<br>Dyal refused to disclose where he and his family were now living, but insisted that it was a five bedroom detached house.  He also declined to reveal whether he was renting or had bought the property, saying: 'I would rather not disclose that'.<br>He said: 'The main reason I moved was that I was living on a main road and people could point out my house. I want to keep that side of my life as private now.'<br>Defending his decision to live at home with his mother, he added: 'It makes senses for me to live with my family. I am not married. What am I going to do - live in an apartment and stare at the walls by myself?  It doesn't make sense.<br>'People try to slate me over that, but they have a different mindset that if you make money, you should go and buy your own place.'<br>He insisted that he owned his £90,000 car outright including the customised number plate MR60 RVZ, as well as a black Maserati.<br>      (image:  )    Dyal said: 'This was my dream car.  I even posted a picture of a McLaren in 2018 with a caption, saying, ''One day''<br>Dyal admitted having a second set of number plates for use off road and in social media pictures showing a doctored version of his registration, making it read MR GURVZ<br>He brazenly boasted about his latest business venture, selling advice to people on how to make money from dropshipping - marketing and selling products which are held and shipped out by a third party supplier.<br>Dyal claimed that he was earning a 'five figure' sum every month from a string of online businesses, based on his dropshipping model and selling items ranging from candles and Christmas products to house decorations.<br>He told how he wanted to recruit people willing to pay him £997 each for his dropshipping course, or for an alternative course of tuition and ongoing support for £200 upfront fee with a total of £3,500 to pay once their profits went over £10,000.<br>Dyal also claimed that he had his own vaping products business, promoted by celebrities, influencers and rappers, which was being lined up to be sold for 'a six figure sum'.<br>But it is less than two-years-ago that up to 1,250 investors who ploughed money into his foreign exchange trading scheme ended up losing nearly every penny.<br>      (image:  )    Last weekend he filmed himself driving his rose gold covered supercar around London - and received almost 350,000 likes on TikTok<br>Many of them were said to have been sucked in by wanting to emulate Dyal after seeing pictures of him flaunting his supercars and what appeared to be an enviable lifestyle.<br>But the scheme he promoted led to investors losing more than £3.5million when their trading accounts were largely emptied over Christmas, 2020.<br>A BBC Three documentary called Scam City: Money, Mayhem and Maseratis claimed Dyal assured investors that he was an authorised trader, promising guaranteed profits of up to £300 a day.<br>The documentary spoke to one victim called Jonathan, 24, who worked as a systems accountant and invested £17,000 he'd saved up to buy his first home, only to be left with just £48.<br>Dyal who claimed he turned £200 into £100,000 while at university, offered trading services via his company GS3 Trades which was not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and did not even have a licence to trade.<br>It later transpired that investments were being looked after by another firm registered in The Bahamas and not subject to UK regulation.<br>      (image:  )    Dyal insisted that he did not now have a flash lifestyle, apart from indulging his love of fast cars<br>Dyal insisted he had done nothing wrong with his earlier investment scheme, and had been investigated by police who had decided to take no action against him.<br>Speaking through a set of braces on his teeth, he said: 'It is so bad that I was portrayed like this when I was not charged with anything or even arrested.'<br>He denied making money out of the collapse of his client investments, and insisted that the broking company he used was to blame.<br>Dyal said: 'None of the money came to me.  They received all the funds and ripped me off in the process. They ripped off family members of mine, close friends and teachers I was at school with.<br>'If I thought it was so bad, why would I get people so close around me involved? I wasn't the only social media influencer who did this, because they had a ton of other influencers. However, I was used as a scapegoat.<br>'I only bought in about £200,000 worth of clients, while the total amount bought in by all influencers was about £2million. There was a profit of £2million which made £4million, and that was the money which was lost.'<br>Companies House records reveal that Dyal currently has control of three companies which had combined assets of less than £140,000 on March 31 last year, according to the most recent filed accounts.<br>      (image:  )    A near neighbour of the house who asked not to be named, joked: 'Everyone around here knew that Gurvin had plenty of big ideas and loved to pose in his expensive cars and designer clothes'<br>GS3 Holdings had assets of £40,756 while GS3 Teaches was worth £66,311 and GS3 Motors had assets of £31,493.  A fourth company GS3 Marketing which was dissolved in October this year had assets of £32,448 in March last year.<br>Speaking of his new car, Dyal said: 'I only just picked it up on Friday after getting it wrapped. Usually, a wrap like this would cost £10,000, but I got a promotional offer because of my social media.<br>'I always get high discount, even when I am going to eat out. I am from a humble background so I appreciate that.<br>'People say, ''You have got money, why would you do that?'' But to me, every penny means something, so why not.'<br>'This was my dream car. I even posted a picture of a McLaren in 2018 with a caption, saying, ''One day''.'<br>Dyal insisted that he did not now have a flash lifestyle, apart from indulging his love of fast cars.<br>He said: 'When I was 19 or 20, I would spend thousands of pounds on a night out - but now I have matured.  My life is now more family orientated rather than spending, spending, spending.<br>  RELATED ARTICLES                  Share this article Share    'I am more interested in expanding my little empire and hoping to launch new products. I have my own vape brand, and I am looking into doing a vodka brand.'<br>Describing his current online business, he said: 'I have a had a load of businesses in the last five years and some have lost me a great amount of money.  There is stuff I would never step near investment-wise ever again.<br>'I lost pretty much everything, and I started a new journey from scratch about two years ago, and got into e-commerce.<br>'I built on-line stores through dropshipping which you don't actually need money to start with which was ideal for me at that stage.<br>'It works by building a website and using products with a supplier in China.  Every time you get an order, the supplier in China ships directly to your customer.<br>'You only pay the supplier after you have got the money form the customer.<br>'I also set up my own Academy.  I wanted to provide an alternative education root for people to start their own legitimate businesses.<br>'I started selling courses at a much lower price, but as I started getting testimonials from people, the price has gone up.<br>'Now I am selling courses for £3,500 with an admin fee of around £200, but people only pay £3,500 after they have made £10,000.  Usually it would be within 60 or 70 days of starting.'<br> adverts.addToArray({"pos":"inread_player"})Advertisement  my page ...  https://scanmail.trustwave.com/?c=8510&d=48nk2H8LaN2CM0QilyYfTX7ZpG4eQxPtFbre7og30w&u=https%3A%2F%2Fdavehurley.net%2F__media__%2Fjs%2Fnetsoltrademark.php%3Fd%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Feyangsloter.blogspot.com%2F
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