More countries to follow El Salvador’s Bitcoin move, Cardano creator says

Following El Salvador’s historic adoption of Bitcoin (BTC) as legal tender on Tuesday, Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson predicted that a lot more countries will eventually follow in the Latin American nation’s footsteps. El Salvador’s Bitcoin acceptance further legitimizes the belief that people should be in control of their money, Hoskinson said in his “Congratulations Bitcoin”… Continue reading More countries to follow El Salvador’s Bitcoin move, Cardano creator says

An eviction moratorium ends Saturday. What happens next is unclear.

Barring a last-minute intervention by Colorado Gov. Jared Polis or Congress, a federal moratorium on evictions will expire Saturday night. Tenant advocates say an eviction crisis could follow. Landlords are doubtful. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled last month that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cannot continue the ban beyond July 31 unless… Continue reading An eviction moratorium ends Saturday. What happens next is unclear.

Goldman weighs raising base salaries under pressure from rivals: report

Fox Business Flash top headlines for July 9 Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Goldman Sachs is considering whether to raise salaries for junior investment bankers to compete with rivals on Wall Street, as younger staffers have complained of experiencing burnout from long hours worked during the pandemic, when financial markets were exceptionally busy. Investment… Continue reading Goldman weighs raising base salaries under pressure from rivals: report

G7: Superpower supremacy to saving the planet – the big challenges for world leaders

Face to face multi-lateral diplomacy is back. The band is getting back together, but the world has changed since the G7 last met. Our species and our planet face grave threats and the West’s autocratic rivals have prospered and grown more powerful. There is a huge amount at stake for those who want the world led… Continue reading G7: Superpower supremacy to saving the planet – the big challenges for world leaders

Grayscale CEO Barry Silbert Says Dogecoin Is Dramatically Overvalued

Dogecoin has been on a tear in recent months. The meme cryptocurrency has certainly become one of the most profitable assets of all time in its 7-year lifespan. Despite its growth, the CEO of crypto asset management giant Grayscale, Barry Silbert, has argued that it is massively overvalued. In a recent Twitter exchange with the… Continue reading Grayscale CEO Barry Silbert Says Dogecoin Is Dramatically Overvalued

Sleeping 6 hours or less per night linked to an increased risk of developing dementia later in life, study finds

A good night’s sleep may be another way to help improve an aging brain, research suggests. A new study, published Tuesday in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Communications, found sleep duration of six hours or less a night for those aged 50 to 60 was associated with a 30% increase risk of late-onset dementia compared to consistent normal sleep of… Continue reading Sleeping 6 hours or less per night linked to an increased risk of developing dementia later in life, study finds

16 Asparagus Recipes That Positively Scream Spring

Asparagus performs at its best with little effort: It retains its bright-green hue, delicate flavor and crisp-tender crunch when cooked quickly. Raw or roasted, blanched or sautéed, it pops up in a number of dishes that involve minimal labor, allowing the stalks to shine. When it comes to spring asparagus — and, perhaps, cooking in… Continue reading 16 Asparagus Recipes That Positively Scream Spring

Covid 19 coronavirus: What the data says about how NZ has changed a year on from lockdown

“Unprecedented economic and social disruption.” That was the inevitable consequence of level 4, as outlined by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in her lockdown announcement from the Beehive Theatrette a year ago today. Kiwis were told to stay home in order to starve Covid-19 of anyone to infect. The alternative, Ardern said, was a possible loss… Continue reading Covid 19 coronavirus: What the data says about how NZ has changed a year on from lockdown

Bitcoin demand from Goldman Sachs clients ‘is rising,’ says COO

U.S. banking giant Goldman Sachs recently decided to restart its cryptocurrency trading desk. This has reportedly led to an increased demand for digital assets among its customer base. According to a Reuters report, Goldman Sachs chief operating officer John Waldron said the firm is exploring how to meet an increasing demand from clients looking to… Continue reading Bitcoin demand from Goldman Sachs clients ‘is rising,’ says COO

SA slams border shut as Victoria records no new COVID-19 cases overnight

A coronavirus cluster linked with the Holiday Inn hotel grew to eight on Wednesday as South Australia closed its border with Greater Melbourne, but no further cases were recorded overnight. Health authorities expect more cases to emerge from a coronavirus cluster linked with the Holiday Inn hotel at Melbourne airport in the coming days. The… Continue reading SA slams border shut as Victoria records no new COVID-19 cases overnight

Fired Parler CEO John Matze says he was betrayed by Rebekah Mercer

Fired Parler CEO John Matze, 27, says he was ‘stabbed in the back’ by heiress investor Rebekah Mercer – as house Dems demand list of investors and creditors after Trump was offered 40% stake in app John Matze, 27, was fired as Parler CEO, the social media app he co-founded in 2018, by the board last… Continue reading Fired Parler CEO John Matze says he was betrayed by Rebekah Mercer

Female Royal Navy Commander Sally-Anne Bagnall who showered superior officer with love messages is cleared of harassment

A female Royal Navy Commander who showered her superior with lesbian love messages has today been cleared of harrassment. Commander Sally-Anne Bagnall was accused of "crossing the line" by "relentlessly pursuing" Surgeon Captain Elizabeth Crowson, refusing to take no for an answer, and sending her sexual texts at all hours. A military court was told… Continue reading Female Royal Navy Commander Sally-Anne Bagnall who showered superior officer with love messages is cleared of harassment

More crypto-banks incoming, says OCC’s Brian Brooks

Brian Brooks, the Acting Comptroller of the Currency, made waves today after he stated that crypto-companies need to mature and develop risk management tools, as well as BSA AML tools, in order to work well with banks, during a recent podcast. As expected, this statement wasn’t taken well by some who have been dissuaded from… Continue reading More crypto-banks incoming, says OCC’s Brian Brooks

Pros and cons of high-yield savings accounts

Yes, interest rates are low right now. That doesn’t mean there aren’t good deals to be had with high yield savings accounts. (iStock) While interest rates may be at historic lows, there’s still some appeal in stashing some hard-earned cash in a high-yield savings account so you can reach your financial goals quicker. Continue Reading… Continue reading Pros and cons of high-yield savings accounts

Stock-To-Flow Model Creator Says It’s Time For BTC To Make A Major Upside Move Based On This Crucial Update ⋆ ZyCrypto

The 2019 version of the S2F model is basically built upon the fact that bitcoin — just like gold — is valuable due to its unforgeable scarcity. The asset’s value increases as the new supply is slashed by half every year. The latest iteration of the model (the stock-to-flow cross-asset model), on the other hand,… Continue reading Stock-To-Flow Model Creator Says It’s Time For BTC To Make A Major Upside Move Based On This Crucial Update ⋆ ZyCrypto

Dave Rubin on Pelosi's salon visit: Political class operates one way while rest of us 'scrounge for survival'

Rubin: Nancy Pelosi either didn’t know her policies closed salons or she doesn’t care Pelosi faces backlash for visiting shuttered salon; ‘Don’t Burn This Book’ author Dave Rubin reacts. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is “going to live however she wants and her constituents will live another way,” political pundit and author Dave Rubin told “Fox… Continue reading Dave Rubin on Pelosi's salon visit: Political class operates one way while rest of us 'scrounge for survival'

Goldman sets new goals for employing Black, Latino, female vice presidents

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) said on Wednesday that by 2025 it wants 7% of its employees with the title vice president to be Black and 9% to be Latino professionals. The bank also aims for 40% of its employees with this title to be female, Goldman’s chief executive officer, David… Continue reading Goldman sets new goals for employing Black, Latino, female vice presidents

INOVIO’s COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate Shows Long-term Protection In Non-human Study

U.S biotech firm INOVIO (INO) said Thursday that its COVID-19 DNA vaccine INO-4800 targeting SARS-CoV-2 was effective in protecting non-human primates from live virus challenge 13 weeks after the last vaccination. The study has demonstrated long-term protection in non-human primates challenged with SARS-CoV-2 virus 13 weeks from vaccination. The protective results were mediated by memory… Continue reading INOVIO’s COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate Shows Long-term Protection In Non-human Study

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Brazil's BTG Pactual pushes back retail banking due to COVID-19

SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazilian investment bank Banco BTG Pactual SA (BPAC11.SA) is delaying the launch of its new consumer banking platform by three to four months due to the coronavirus pandemic, Chief Executive Roberto Sallouti said on Tuesday. The bank has started testing debit and credit cards but is not offering them to all… Continue reading Brazil's BTG Pactual pushes back retail banking due to COVID-19

New Zealand insurance firms save $100M as coronavirus keeps drivers home

Insurance companies in New Zealand are reportedly saving big bucks as the coronavirus crisis keeps the country’s drivers off the roads. The Kiwi insurance industry has saved about $100 million given that motor vehicle claims have plummeted as much as 90 percent, the head of the New Zealand Insurance Council told local news outlet RNZ.… Continue reading New Zealand insurance firms save $100M as coronavirus keeps drivers home

White House coronavirus doc says WHO should be investigated after ‘delaying US crisis response’ following Trump’s attack – The Sun

A WHITE House doctor says the World Health Organization should be investigated for "delaying" the coronavirus crisis response following Donald Trump’s attack.  Birx, who is a member of the White House's Coronavirus Task Force, weighed in on the COVID-19 controversy after the president accused WHO of being "China-centric." "You know, the WHO can only react to… Continue reading White House coronavirus doc says WHO should be investigated after ‘delaying US crisis response’ following Trump’s attack – The Sun

Gilead Expands Access To Investigational Anti-coronavirus Drug

Gilead Sciences Inc. said it is transitioning to “expanded access programs” from “compassionate use” programs for its experimental anti-coronavirus drug, remdesivir. The company noted that the expanded access will allow hospitals or physicians to apply for emergency use of remdesivir for multiple severely ill patients at one time, as they struggle to deal with the… Continue reading Gilead Expands Access To Investigational Anti-coronavirus Drug