Rock Hash — Cloud Mining Becomes the Preferred Choice for Individual Investors!

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Newstrail

The year 2021 is quite unpredictable, with the strong hit of the third halving effect of BTC, taking the whole industry to experience the dark moment on 5.19 and 9.24. After two big cleanings, the development trend of the cryptocurrency industry is still in full swing. However, the essence of cryptocurrency is still financing, and the basic attribute of finance is naturally the coexistence of benefits and risks. The crypto boom and bust in the first half of the year has really confused a lot of investors. It is difficult for usual investors to take control of the secondary market, and there is… Read More “Rock Hash — Cloud Mining Becomes the Preferred Choice for Individual Investors!”

Retail Rebound Facing Hurdles in 2022

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The Street

By Brian O’Connell Big names are overcoming supply problems, but concerns continue Real Money’s Kevin Curran says. Retail stocks have come a long way since the early days of the pandemic, with numerous brand names attracting investor interest in 2021. Can that trend continue? TheStreet’s Kevin Curran thinks so. “As the pandemic began to ripple through markets in early 2020, some of the hardest-hit stocks were retailers that felt the pain from store closures and a turn toward what we now term “stay-at-home” life,” Curran wrote recently in Real Money. “In just the month of March during that init… Read More “Retail Rebound Facing Hurdles in 2022”

Seahawk’s Backup QB Geno Smith Arrested For DUI

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uSports.org

Seattle Seahawks backup quarterback Geno Smith found himself in trouble Monday morning, as he was arrested on suspicion of DUI. The signal-caller was arrested at 2:10 a.m. by Washington State Patrol and released on his personal recognizance at 9:27 a.m. “Geno is fully cooperative with the investigation,” Smith’s attorney Jon Fox said in a statement. “I hope that an open mind can be kept by all as the facts are ascertained.” The Seahawks returned home on Sunday evening after a 38-30 road win over the Cardinals Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Smith, 31, partook in end-of-season meetings after he… Read More “Seahawk’s Backup QB Geno Smith Arrested For DUI”

Oxygen Esports partners with Ice Shaker

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Esports Insider

North American esports organisation Oxygen Esports has partnered with drinkware brand Ice Shaker. As a result, Ice shaker will become the official Performance Bottle and Shaker Partner for all Oxygen Esports rosters. Moreover, the drinkware brand will offer performance consulting services to Oxygen Esports. RELATED: Oxygen Esports merges with Boston Uprising, acquires CoD League slot Both entities revealed that the cooperation is an extension of the partnership between Oxygen Esports and the Gronkowski family. Oxygen Esports is an American esports organisation based in New England. The company… Read More “Oxygen Esports partners with Ice Shaker”

China steps up construction along disputed Bhutan border, satellite images show

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Reuters UK

By Devjyot Ghoshal and Anand Katakam NEW DELHI(Reuters) – China has accelerated settlement-building along its disputed border with Bhutan, with more than 200 structures, including two-storey buildings, under construction in six locations, according to satellite image analysis conducted for Reuters. The images and analysis supplied to Reuters by U.S. data analytics firm HawkEye 360, which uses satellites to gather intelligence on ground-level activities, and vetted by two other experts, provide a detailed look into China’s recent construction along its frontier with Bhutan. China-Bhutan border … Read More “China steps up construction along disputed Bhutan border, satellite images show”

AI used to issue low-income cards

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The Bangkok Post

The Finance Ministry plans to use artificial intelligence (AI) for the registration and distribution of state welfare cards to ensure only people with low incomes receive them, says Deputy Finance Minister Santi Promphat. The ministry is preparing a new round of card registration for this year, he said. AI is expected to filter out those who do not qualify for the cards. The AI filter is connected to state agencies’ systems to check registrant information on a real-time basis, said Mr Santi. To qualify for a card, an individual’s bank savings cannot exceed 100,000 baht and their annual income … Read More “AI used to issue low-income cards”