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Canceled MIT guest lecturer speaks out after activist outrage
University of Chicago Professor Dorian Abbot speaks after his guest lecture at MIT was canceled.
Bitcoin: BoE Deputy Gov wants to cancel democracy and protect the banks with regulations which infringe on people’s freedom, independence and benefits they get from their own money.
The Bitcoin concept of democratizing money is not going down well with the leeches and parasites who hoover the pockets of the working class in order to maintain their comfy lif...
US To Accept Mixed Vaccine Doses As It Reopens For Foreign Visitors Next Month
Coronavirus: The CDC said last week that it would accept any vaccine authorized for use by US regulators or the World Health Organization.
City of London Sees Record £20 Billion of Investment in Tech Start-Ups as UK Takes on US and China
Britain now has more than 100 “unicorn” companies, which are worth £1 billion or more. Many of these are start-ups which are using new technology and apps.
Cyprus strips 45 passports obtained by investors and their families under cash-for-citizenship scheme
The Cypriot government announced on Friday that it has decided to formally strip passports from 39 people who obtained citizenship under a disgraced investment scheme, as well a...
Bitcoin tops $60,000. Why is it reaching a record high?
The price of Bitcoin hit $60,000 for the first time in six months after the launch of a an exchange-traded fund (ETF) in the US.
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Estonia’s New Anti-Money Laundering Chief Wants to Revoke All Crypto Licenses
The head of the Estonian Financial Intelligence Unit wants to start crypto regulation in the country anew.
Microsoft Says ’Iran-Linked’ Hackers Targeted US, EU, Israeli Defense & Maritime Sectors
According to the tech giant, among the alleged targets were global maritime transportation companies operating in the Middle East - which continues to be a highly turbulent region.
Did The Saudi Royal Family Really Give Jared Kushner These Expensive Gifts?
The New York Times revealed on October 11, 2021 that Trump's son-in-law accepted gifts from the royal family of Saudi Arabia totaling $47,920.
Is France about to relax its rules on cryptocurrencies?
One young French politician is pushing to relax rules on taxing cryptos but others fear there are not enough investors to be worthwhile.
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