Month: October 2022

Crypto Reacts: Celebrates Bitcoin Whitepaper Turning 14 Years Old

The Bitcoin Whitepaper, the document that presented the first cryptocurrency to the world, is turning 14 years old today. Investors, community members, developers, and others celebrate this event across social media platforms.  The project that began as an experiment, as an alternative to the fiat monetary system, is still in its teenage years. However, its economic, social, political, and cultural

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Gemini Launches Its Crypto Services in Six European Countries

Gemini, an American cryptocurrency exchange, has launched in six new countries in Europe. Take Advantage of the Biggest Financial Event in London. This year we have expanded to new verticals in Online Trading, Fintech, Digital Assets, Blockchain, and Payments. These are Denmark, Sweden, Portugal, Czechia, Latvia, and Liechtenstein, Gillian Lynch, Gemini’s Head of Ireland and European Union, announced on Monday.

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Futures Movers: Oil ends down for the day, up for the month; natural-gas futures cut their October loss

Oil futures fell Monday, feeling pressure after a weak reading on China factory activity and a widening of COVID-19 curbs by the country, but still marked their first monthly gain since May. Previously beaten-down natural-gas futures, meanwhile, rallied by nearly 12% to significantly pare their loss for the month. Price action West Texas Intermediate crude for December delivery CL.1, -1.92%

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The Margin: Don’t toss your Halloween candy wrappers without reading this first

Halloween fun is actually serious business, and that means the potential for lots of waste at a time when more of our shopping aims to be environmentally sound. There are smarter ways to enjoy a fun-filled Halloween with less guilt about our impact on Earth, and it starts with informed, not reckless, recycling. The National Confectioners Association says 75% of people

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: Inflation is coming for your Christmas tree

If you’re planning on buying a Christmas tree this year, start thinking about it now — and maybe even put some money aside. Supply-chain disruptions and global inflation have affected the supply and prices of Christmas trees this year, both artificial or real ones, industry experts said.   With inflation at a 40-year high and prices on consumer goods and services

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Michael Brush: This seasonal investing strategy is 100% accurate in the past 35 years — here are this year’s stocks to consider buying

As October winds down, it’s time to apply a tactic that’s as close to a “sure winner” as you’ll ever find in the stock market: Shop for stock bargains created by tax-loss selling. Mutual funds have until the end of October to realize losses they need to offset their winners. Buying good names that they annihilate is consistently a winning

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Coronavirus Update: New omicron subvariants accounted for 42.5% of cases in New York region in latest week, CDC data shows

The omicron sublineages named BQ.1 and BQ.1.1 continued to spread in the U.S. in the week through Oct. 29, accounting for 27.1% of new cases nationwide, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data. The two accounted for 42.5% of all cases in the New York region, which includes New Jersey, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, up from

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B2C2 Launches Options Trading for OTC Crypto Market

B2C2, a cryptocurrency market-maker owned by Japan’s SBI Holdings, has expanded its offerings with the addition of electronic options trading for the over-the-counter (OTC) crypto market. Take Advantage of the Biggest Financial Event in London. This year we have expanded to new verticals in Online Trading, Fintech, Digital Assets, Blockchain, and Payments. Announced on Monday, the new feature is being

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Next Avenue: How I survived Hurricane Ian

This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org. I’ve lived through earthquakes, wildfires and tropical storms. I have now survived Hurricane Ian hitting South Venice, Florida. In “Northanger Abbey,” when Jane Austen wrote, “There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends. I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature,” she must

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Argo Blockchain Cancels £24 Million Funding, Shares Plunge 46%

On Monday, Argo Blockchain (LSE: ARB; NASDAQ: ARBK) announced the crypto mining company could not honor the previously agreed non-binding terms to approximately £24 million ($27 million) funding, which was raised with the subscription of ordinary shares. Take Advantage of the Biggest Financial Event in London. This year we have expanded to new verticals in Online Trading, Fintech, Digital Assets,

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NerdWallet: It’s one of the latest trends in camping—why drive an RV when you can have it delivered?

This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet.  San Diego-based mom of two Audrey Patterson frequently vacations in an RV with her family. But she’s actually only driven an RV once — a brief stretch near Burbank, California — en route to Yosemite National Park for their 2021 summer vacation. The area northwest of downtown Los Angeles is a tangled

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