Bybit Web3 IDO Adds Pop Social (PPT) to Its Roster, Enabling Access to the Ultimate Web3 AI Social Experience

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – Media OutReach – 20 October 2023 – Bybit, the world’s third most visited crypto exchange, is excited to announce the launch of Pop Social on its Web3 IDO platform. Bybit users can now participate in the token sale of Pop Social (PPT), the ultimate Web3 AI social media platform, and be part of the groundbreaking community. Pop Social aims to revolutionize the social media landscape by fostering an engaging, social experience driven by user-generated content. By democratizing content ownership and empowering the AI creator economy, Pop Social bridges the gap between conventional social media platforms and the Web3 shared social experience. Bybit is proud to support this innovative project and welcome the next billion users into the world of Web3.

“Bybit is dedicated to advancing innovation in crypto and driving global adoption of Web3,” said Ben Zhou, co-founder and CEO of Bybit. “The launch of Pop Social on our IDO platform gives users early access to promising projects at the forefront of social media’s transition to AI and blockchain technologies. Our community can now help guide emerging ventures and be part of building the future of this exciting industry.”

During the Bybit IDO, a total of 500,000 PPT tokens will be allocated, representing 0.25% of the total max supply. Bybit users can purchase PPT tokens at a price of 0.1 USDT per token, making it accessible to join. To participate in the Bybit Web3 IDO, users must possess a Bybit Wallet with a minimum balance of 250 USDT (BNB Chain) and 0.1 BNB (BNB Chain). For more information, please visit here.

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The number of Hebron detainees has increased to 327 since the start of the war on Gaza

Hebron – Together – The number of detainees from the Hebron Governorate has risen to 327 detainees since the start of the war on the Gaza Strip, on the seventh of October, after 39 citizens from the governorate were arrested at dawn on Friday.

Local sources reported that the occupation forces launched raids, searches and arrests in several areas in the city of Hebron, and light confrontations broke out between young men and the occupation forces, and no injuries were reported.

The sources added that two journalists were arrested from their homes in the city of Hebron, and the arrests were concentrated in Hebron, Surif, Al-Samou’, and Sa’ir. Among the detainees were identified:

Former member of the Legislative Council, Dr. Samir Al-Qadi

Journalist Musab Qafisha

Journalist Thaer Al Fakhouri

Former prisoner Dr. Qassam Qafisha

Former prisoner Saeed Abu Sneina

Former prisoner Moataz Al-Jubeh

Former prisoner Tahseen Al-Jubeh

Former prisoner Karim Shaheen

The two brothers, Muhammad and Uday Hashem Al-Haymouni

Former prisoner Mohamed Misk

Prisoner Louay Al-Taweel

Former prisoner Muhammad Ayoub Al-Rajabi

Former prisoner Yahya Mahmoud Al-Qadi

Former prisoner Abdel Salam Hamidat

Former prisoner Ghassan Masouda

Former prisoner Islam Bassam Idais

Former prisoner Islam Al-Hur

Former prisoner Abdel Hamidat

Former prisoner Hamad Ismail Ghunaimat

Former prisoner Bahaa Al-Faroukh

Former prisoner Ali Samih Ghunaimat

Waheed Badr

Kamel Abu Khudair

Abdel Hazem Haddouch

The seventh prisoner, Saif Al-Qawasmi

Former prisoner Hudhaifa Arar

Former prisoner Islam Al-Afandi

Former prisoner Mahmoud Akram Al-Rajabi

Former prisoner Salam Al-Bib Hamidat

Former prisoner Bahaa Ziad Amin Farroukh

Former prisoner Ahed Abu Fara

Former prisoner Asaad Burgan

Former prisoner Anas Al-Hur

Muhammad Magdy Ismail Al-Hawamdeh

Imad Magdy Ismail Al-Hawamdeh

Mahmoud Ahmed Yasser Al-Hawamdeh

Mazen Ahmed Mohammed Al-Hawamdeh

Suleiman Ibrahim Suleiman Abdel Hawamdeh

Source: Maan News Agency

The occupation arrests six citizens from Nablus

Nablus – The occupation forces arrested, at dawn on Friday, six citizens from the Nablus Governorate.

Security sources reported that the occupation forces stormed several neighborhoods of the city, raided and searched a number of homes, and arrested: Yasser Mansour from the Zawata area, Ihab Mansour from Al-Amriya, and Ibrahim Al-Kharaz from Tal Street.

The sources added that the occupation forces arrested two citizens from the village of Urif during their storming of the village at dawn today and demolished a house. They are: Muhammad Abdullah Al-Safadi and Muhannad Jamal Sabah. They also arrested the freed prisoner, Ahmed Issam Abdat, from the village of Awarta, south of Nablus, during their storming of the village.

Source: Maan News Agency

A child was killed by occupation bullets at the Huwwara military checkpoint

Nablus – Medical sources announced today, Friday, that a child, Aqab, died as a result of being shot by occupation forces during clashes at the Huwwara military checkpoint, south of Nablus.

The sources said that the boy, Uday Fawaz Mansour (17 years old), from the village of Kafr Qalil, south of Nablus, was hit by a bullet in the abdomen and was taken to the hospital, where doctors announced that he had died from his wounds.

Source: Maan News Agency


At least 21 Palestinian civilians, including children, were killed last night and 79 others were wounded, most of whom were women and children, in a series of Israeli aerial attacks on the city of Khan Yunis in southern Gaza, according to local sources.

Israeli warplanes targeted six residential houses simultaneously in Khan Yunis, resulting in the tragic loss of 21 lives and injuries to 79 others, the majority being women and children.

The wounded were rushed to Nasser Hospital in Khan Yunis for medical treatment. Eight of the killed belong to a single family.

Furthermore, Israeli occupation forces bombarded the city of Gaza, with a focus on the neighborhoods of Zaytoun and Shujaeya. This relentless assault resulted in the destruction of several homes.

According to the latest update of the Ministry of Health, at least3,785 people have lost their lives in the Gaza Strip since the start of the Israeli aggression on the 7th of this month, with over 12,000 individuals sustaining injuries.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon