Michael K. Williams 'may have overdosed on fentanyl'

The Wire star Michael K. Williams ‘may have overdosed on FENTANYL’ police sources say as they hunt for his drug dealer: Actor went into therapy after filming latest HBO project Lovecraft Country New York City actor Michael K. Williams may have died of fentanyl overdose, according to two senior law enforcement officials  Police were said… Continue reading Michael K. Williams 'may have overdosed on fentanyl'

Michael K. Williams 'may have overdosed on fentanyl'

The Wire star Michael K. Williams ‘may have overdosed on FENTANYL’ police sources say as they hunt for his drug dealer: Actor went into therapy after filming latest HBO project Lovecraft Country New York City actor Michael K. Williams may have died of fentanyl overdose, according to two senior law enforcement officials  Police were said… Continue reading Michael K. Williams 'may have overdosed on fentanyl'

Leavers’ pride may not endure as Britain’s poverty rises

The emotional three-word catchphrase ‘get Brexit done’ has been replaced by a new one: ‘supply chain issues’ Just how long will it take the electors of this benighted country to realise that they have been conned by the Brexiters? By this I do not mean all the electorate – after all, nearly half those who… Continue reading Leavers’ pride may not endure as Britain’s poverty rises

Unemployment may not return to Trump lows: Fed official

KC Fed president on Jackson Hole, inflation, tapering measures Kansas City Federal Reserve President Esther George, in a wide-ranging exclusive interview, argued that tapering should happen ‘sooner rather than later’ and predicted ‘high growth’ for the U.S. economy this year. The U.S. unemployment rate may not return to the more than half-century lows recorded under… Continue reading Unemployment may not return to Trump lows: Fed official

Ripple May Finally Escape SEC's Den, Thanks To This Proposed Crypto Legislation

The Digital Asset Market Structure and Investor Protection Act, new legislation proposed by Congressman Don Beyer (D-VA-08) that would protect consumers and promote innovation by incorporating digital assets into existing financial regulatory structures, has been noted to be a step in the right direction in clearing the current regulatory uncertainty surrounding cryptocurrencies. Beyer who proposed… Continue reading Ripple May Finally Escape SEC's Den, Thanks To This Proposed Crypto Legislation

Genetic engineering may rid world of malaria-transmitting mosquitoes

More On: mosquitoes Watch as swarms of mosquitoes transform into a mosquito ‘tornado’ West Nile-infected mosquitoes detected in at least 7 states The 12 best bug zappers for summer 2021 This handy device will help relieve all your bug bites this summer Scientists have eradicated a population of malaria-transmitting mosquitoes by using genetic engineering to… Continue reading Genetic engineering may rid world of malaria-transmitting mosquitoes

Crypto frenzy may be winding down, Visa CFO says

This year has seen unprecedented growth in the crypto markets, with lucrative knock-on effects for third parties like Visa. This, however, may already be beginning to dwindle, according to the company’s senior executives. The payments giant’s newly released financial results for fiscal Q3 2021 show bullish figures for cross-border and overseas transactions — a key… Continue reading Crypto frenzy may be winding down, Visa CFO says

Developing countries may regulate Cryptos in 2021/22 in line with Developed countries

Crypto is a great tech innovation for system transaction efficiency and thus various developing countries are now keen to adopt the technology rather than accepting it as a legal tender (currency). Cryptos may help in a significant reduction of global remittances cost, which is now around 6.5% on an average, almost double of World Bank’s… Continue reading Developing countries may regulate Cryptos in 2021/22 in line with Developed countries

Developing countries may regulate Cryptos in 2021/22 in line with Developed countries

Crypto is a great tech innovation for system transaction efficiency and thus various developing countries are now keen to adopt the technology rather than accepting it as a legal tender (currency). Cryptos may help in a significant reduction of global remittances cost, which is now around 6.5% on an average, almost double of World Bank’s… Continue reading Developing countries may regulate Cryptos in 2021/22 in line with Developed countries

Aave May Build “Twitter on Ethereum”

Kulechov made the suggestion in response to Twitter founder Jack Dorsey’s plans to build a new platform for DeFi on Bitcoin.  Aave Founder Hints at Social Media Plans Stani Kulechov has his eyes set on decentralized social media.  The Aave founder shared his vision of a “Twitter on Ethereum” Saturday, referencing Jack Dorsey’s recent announcement… Continue reading Aave May Build “Twitter on Ethereum”

Ethiopia May Turn to Clean Bitcoin Mining to Strengthen Economy

Amidst the growing inflation rate and the constantly depleting value of its foreign reserves, due to the US Federal Reserve’s endless dollar printing, Ethiopia may be the next sovereign state to integrate bitcoin (BTC) into its economy, in order to beat impending hyperinflation. Project Mano Urges Government to Embrace Bitcoin While Ethiopia has been touted… Continue reading Ethiopia May Turn to Clean Bitcoin Mining to Strengthen Economy

Ethiopia May Turn to Clean Bitcoin Mining to Strengthen Economy

Amidst the growing inflation rate and the constantly depleting value of its foreign reserves, due to the US Federal Reserve’s endless dollar printing, Ethiopia may be the next sovereign state to integrate bitcoin (BTC) into its economy, in order to beat impending hyperinflation. Project Mano Urges Government to Embrace Bitcoin While Ethiopia has been touted… Continue reading Ethiopia May Turn to Clean Bitcoin Mining to Strengthen Economy

India May Discuss Crypto Bill In Coming Parliament Session

India is finally getting closer to having its first set of rules and regulations for the crypto industry. In an interview with a media outlet last week, Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that her ministry is ready with a proposal and it would be placed before the Cabinet for discussion. “We have done… Continue reading India May Discuss Crypto Bill In Coming Parliament Session

Trustless bridges may be the key to blockchain interoperability

Crypto and blockchain enthusiasts take pride in belonging to a community that is working on the future of financial systems. Yet, the community is innately fragmented thanks to multiple blockchains working independently of each other. The dream of mass adoption of blockchain and decentralized finance faces a major hurdle: a lack of interoperability. Meanwhile, decentralized… Continue reading Trustless bridges may be the key to blockchain interoperability

Indian Authorities May Slap 18% Tax on Foreign Crypto Exchanges

Foreign cryptocurrency exchanges and bitcoin (BTC) trading venues in India may soon be required to start paying 18 percent goods and services tax (GST), according to an Economic Times report on July 2, 2021. India’s Crypto Future Looks Grim  Despite the fact that the supreme court of India has since overturned the bank’s ban on bitcoin… Continue reading Indian Authorities May Slap 18% Tax on Foreign Crypto Exchanges

Theresa May blasts Boris Johnson over foreign aid cut

Theresa May blasts Boris Johnson over foreign aid cut as she accuses him of failing to deliver on his ‘Global Britain’ promise and warns reduction in funding risks a ‘perfect storm’ of problems Theresa May attacked Boris Johnson over decision to slash foreign aid spending She accused the current PM of failing to deliver on… Continue reading Theresa May blasts Boris Johnson over foreign aid cut

Bitcoin sell pressure may hit zero in July thanks to Grayscale’s giant 16K BTC unlocking

Institutional Bitcoin (BTC) investors are in the spotlight as an upcoming major cashout date sparks talk of fresh price volatility. As noted by popular Twitter commentator Loomdart and others this week, attention is focusing on buyers and sellers of the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) as Bitcoin hovers near $40,000. July means BTC price volatility A… Continue reading Bitcoin sell pressure may hit zero in July thanks to Grayscale’s giant 16K BTC unlocking

Covid vaccine crisis may be the last straw for the postwar economic consensus

With an unfair, inefficient global rollout, the west is squandering trust and risking its own prosperity The proper functioning of any interconnected economic system depends on trust. And a global system that has been designed by advanced economies requires a significant level of buy-in from the developing world. Both become even more important as more… Continue reading Covid vaccine crisis may be the last straw for the postwar economic consensus

Mexico residents sequester mayoral candidate, tie rope around his neck

Mexican mayoral candidate is ambushed and placed in a noose in mock execution for failing to pave roads and provide proper drinking water to rural residents Juan Camacho was campaigning in Los Llanos, an indigenous rural community in the southern Mexico state of Chiapas, when he was ambushed by residents It came in retaliation for… Continue reading Mexico residents sequester mayoral candidate, tie rope around his neck

A baby at 50 may be fine for Naomi Campbell – but just because you can doesn't mean you should, says Ulrika Jonsson

CONGRATS to supermodel Naomi Campbell, who this week has become a mother at 50. Exactly how she became a mum has not been confirmed but the suggestion is that she may have used a surrogate and is now the proud parent to a baby girl. Full disclosure: I’m no fan of Ms Campbell. She has… Continue reading A baby at 50 may be fine for Naomi Campbell – but just because you can doesn't mean you should, says Ulrika Jonsson

Covid booster shot may be needed within a year as unvaccinated Americans should STILL wear masks, warns Fauci

AN EXTRA dose of a Covid vaccine could be needed within a year of Americans getting their second shot, Dr Anthony Fauci has warned. It comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that people who are fully vaccinated can ditch masks inside, while those still awaiting their first or second dose are… Continue reading Covid booster shot may be needed within a year as unvaccinated Americans should STILL wear masks, warns Fauci

Elon Musk hints Tesla may offload BTC, goes to war with crypto Twitter

Elon Musk appears to have again been the catalyst for Bitcoin’s price shedding more than 10% over the weekend after Tesla’s CEO appeared to suggest the firm may be planning to dump BTC from its balance sheet this quarter. On May 16, Musk replied to a tweet predicting that Tesla may dump its BTC holdings… Continue reading Elon Musk hints Tesla may offload BTC, goes to war with crypto Twitter

Income taxes are due May 17. Here’s what to expect if you haven’t filed yet.

After a 32-day extension of the individual income tax filing deadline, tax day is upon those who have yet to file. The IRS tax payment and filing deadline was extended to May 17, from its typical April 15 deadline without penalties and interest, regardless of the amount owed. The measure was taken to help Americans… Continue reading Income taxes are due May 17. Here’s what to expect if you haven’t filed yet.

Heathrow warns flights may be diverted to other airports if Covid queues become too long

HEATHROW has warned that flights may be diverted to other airports if queues become too long amid warnings that wait times could be 15 times longer. Passengers have been warned that they should prepare for delays as foreign travel springs back to life from May 17. ? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates The airport… Continue reading Heathrow warns flights may be diverted to other airports if Covid queues become too long