‘I don’t think we’ll survive the winter’: a small energy supplier’s call for help

Record rise in prices threatens to force energy supplier Green to fold unless government throws it a lifeline Last modified on Sun 19 Sep 2021 15.02 EDT The energy supplier Green has warned it is among those small suppliers facing the threat of going bust amid record market prices for gas and electricity. “I don’t… Continue reading ‘I don’t think we’ll survive the winter’: a small energy supplier’s call for help

QAnon followers think Taliban's rise to power in Afghanistan 'is a HOAX to distract from election fraud claims'

QANON followers claim that the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan is a hoax being used to distract the US public from election fraud claims.  Other conspiracy theorists believe that while the resurgence of the Taliban in the country is real, that it was orchestrated by President Joe Biden, again in an effort to distract from an… Continue reading QAnon followers think Taliban's rise to power in Afghanistan 'is a HOAX to distract from election fraud claims'

3 Reasons We Think Free Crypto Trade Signals Are the Way to Go Background

It is an established fact after lots of crypto traders have shared their experiences regarding crypto trading signals, which are a game-changer and an ideal way of optimizing your crypto trades according to these crypto traders. One thing we would emphasize the most is that the beginners and rookie crypto traders and investors should never… Continue reading 3 Reasons We Think Free Crypto Trade Signals Are the Way to Go Background

Craig Wright: ‘Think of storage in Bitcoin as one in a public library’

Is Bitcoin a public service? According to Bitcoin’s creator Dr. Craig S. Wright, BSV is not the free public service that many people think of it as.  “Some people think that storing data on Bitcoin is analogous to a public service. There is an error with this line of thinking. A better analogy would be… Continue reading Craig Wright: ‘Think of storage in Bitcoin as one in a public library’

Biden doesn’t think Putin behind Russia-based hacks, summit still on

More On: russia A Russian village prospers thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic Putin to press Biden on human rights of ‘persecuted’ Capitol rioters: Russia Russia diplomat warns US of ‘uncomfortable’ signals ahead of summit Here’s what Biden says he’ll tell Putin during next month’s summit President Biden said Wednesday he does not think Russian President… Continue reading Biden doesn’t think Putin behind Russia-based hacks, summit still on

21% of Muscovites think crypto and digital currencies will replace fiat in ten years

New research from one of the top 10 major banks in Russia, Otkritie Bank, has found that 14% of Russians think crypto will replace fiat in 10 years. According to Russian publication Nord News, the survey was conducted between April 12 and April 16, with a sample base of 1000 Russians aged between 18 to… Continue reading 21% of Muscovites think crypto and digital currencies will replace fiat in ten years

21% of Muscovites think crypto and digital currencies will replace fiat in ten years

New research from one of the top 10 major banks in Russia, Otkritie Bank, has found that 14% of Russians think crypto will replace fiat in 10 years. According to Russian publication Nord News, the survey was conducted between April 12 and April 16, with a sample base of 1000 Russians aged between 18 to… Continue reading 21% of Muscovites think crypto and digital currencies will replace fiat in ten years

Biden needs to think bigger on vaccines — D-Day bigger

More On: COVID vaccine Beware: New York really makes you jump through hoops to get COVID vaccine Pharmacist who tried to sabotage 570 doses of COVID vax faces 9 months in jail I’ll be vaxxed: Arnold Schwarzenegger gets COVID shot Vatican starts vaccinating Rome’s homeless against COVID-19 As the novel coronavirus mutates, it’s becoming more… Continue reading Biden needs to think bigger on vaccines — D-Day bigger

Think Bitcoin will hit $100K? These traders will take that bet

As of Thursday, Deribit users can bet on the flagship cryptocurrency reaching $100,000 via options contracts that expire on Sept. 24, 2021. The lofty strike price was established following a surge in daily trade volumes. In options trading, a strike price is the value that a derivative contract can be bought or sold when it’s… Continue reading Think Bitcoin will hit $100K? These traders will take that bet

Big banks think new furniture is innovation, but they are wrong

When banks finally come to improve their technology experience, they go no deeper than changing the front end. They’ll make a button blue instead of green or create rounded edges on buttons instead of square ones. They think in terms of their interfaces, not the back end. If a bank were to truly innovate its… Continue reading Big banks think new furniture is innovation, but they are wrong

Why Traders Think Ethereum’s Strength Could Help Bitcoin Rocket Past $10,000

Ethereum has flashed signs of immense strength in recent times, as the cryptocurrency was able to rally to highs of $245 while Bitcoin and most other altcoins only saw tempered gains. Although this uptrend has flashed some signs of stalling as it struggles to gain a foothold within the $240 region, analysts are noting that… Continue reading Why Traders Think Ethereum’s Strength Could Help Bitcoin Rocket Past $10,000

‘I Think XRP Is a Scam’ Says Former UFC Star and BTC Bull Ben Askren

As regulatory concerns over XRP — the world’s third-biggest crypto asset — have intensified, some celebrities are stepping in to voice more FUD about the coin. Ben Askren, former UFC fighter and known Bitcoin (BTC) bull, has driven more scepticism toward XRP with a short tweet on Jan. 28: “I think XRP is a scam.”… Continue reading ‘I Think XRP Is a Scam’ Says Former UFC Star and BTC Bull Ben Askren

Daniel Turner: Think California’s green, insider, pay-to-play politics is bad? It's about to get worse

Fox News Flash top headlines for June 21 Fox News Flash top headlines for June 21 are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com What does it mean to be “green?" According to Kermit the Frog, it’s not easy, and now lawmakers in California not quite as honest as Kermit, are trying to make this the… Continue reading Daniel Turner: Think California’s green, insider, pay-to-play politics is bad? It's about to get worse

Why Generating Random Numbers On A Blockchain Is Harder Than You Think

To the layperson, randomness may not be as obviously useful as predictability. After all, the human tendency is to create order from chaos. However, in some contexts, randomness is not just desirable, it’s essential. There are plenty of everyday situations where random selection is a factor for success. Examples include medical trials, jury selection, or… Continue reading Why Generating Random Numbers On A Blockchain Is Harder Than You Think

If You Think BP's 5.4% Dividend Yield Is Enticing, You Should Check Out Its MLP

Oil giant BP (NYSE: BP) is among the dividend leaders in the oil patch. The company's stock currently yields well above average at 5.4%. However, as appealing as that payout might be, the company offers income-seekers an even more enticing option: its master limited partnership (MLP) BP Midstream Partners (NYSE: BPMP). BP's MLP offers not… Continue reading If You Think BP's 5.4% Dividend Yield Is Enticing, You Should Check Out Its MLP

Why We Think JP Morgan Weren’t Behind Bitcoin’s Recent Surge

Ever since the start of cryptocurrency with Bitcoin ten years ago, things seem to have come a long way. Over the course of the crypto space, we’ve seen highs and lows and more recently, JP Morgan Chase announced the development of the JPM Coin which came as a surprise to many since the CEO Jamie… Continue reading Why We Think JP Morgan Weren’t Behind Bitcoin’s Recent Surge

Bitcoin [BTC] brothers: We think regulation is a big win for New York State

Bitcoin [BTC] and other cryptocurrencies continue to be a peculiar case to regulators around the world. With some of the places noted to have very friendly crypto-environment and others noted to be hostile, but rarely any in between. Importantly, the coin has taken the center-stage in the US, as decisions on regulating the space, wherein… Continue reading Bitcoin [BTC] brothers: We think regulation is a big win for New York State

Survey: Four in 10 Brits Don't Think Crypto Will Be Used as Cash or Card

YouGov internet market research and data analysis group has conducted a survey about cryptocurrency use today and in the future in Great Britain. The results found that more men than women were interested in the technology, it was a younger crowd who mostly saw Bitcoin and other digital assets’ potential, and just one in five… Continue reading Survey: Four in 10 Brits Don't Think Crypto Will Be Used as Cash or Card

Maybe think of breaking down the dividing walls and building just the perfect co-working space for Blockchain breakthrough?

In the era of vibrant business communities, it can be difficult to find a collaborative and creative atmosphere to focus on ideas worth bringing to life. Tiny cubicles make sense no more and open co-working spaces with all-purpose facilities (e.g. open-plan work spaces, complete with soft seating, and breakout areas) tend to dominate contemporary ways… Continue reading Maybe think of breaking down the dividing walls and building just the perfect co-working space for Blockchain breakthrough?

EOS Could Smash Past January High Sooner Than We Think

We have been talking about EOS for a while now. It is a currency with some great future potential that has been making ground recently. We should look at the historical performance of EOS and focus upon its movements in the 2017/2018 cryptocurrency boom when EOS peaked at its highest price. This is important because… Continue reading EOS Could Smash Past January High Sooner Than We Think