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Monthly Archives: June 2020

Crypto Whale Drains Enormous Bitcoin Wallet in $936,000,000 Transaction – Here’s Where the BTC is Heading

 [Daily Hodl] Crypto traders are tracking a breathtaking Bitcoin transaction from a high-rolling, anonymous whale. The big time crypto holder transferred a total of 101,857 BTC worth $936 million for a transaction fee of just 48 cents. Whale alert! 🐋 Someone moved 101,857 BTC ($933M) in block 636,503 https://t.co/sy099uLVBV— Bitcoin Block Bot (@BtcBlockBot) June 26, […]

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How do you deal with people who refuse to wear a mask?

[The Verge] Courtesy on the part of both parties may be the only strategy. You’d think that months of reading about overflowing hospitals and mounting death statistics would scare almost anyone into following the current Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations: wear a mask in public spaces to protect others from possible infection, especially since there is […]

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Stock futures recover as U.S. coronavirus cases surge to record levels

[CNBC, Reuters] U.S. stock futures recovered from an earlier decline on Sunday night as coronavirus cases continue surging in the U.S., stoking concerns about the economic reopening and recovery. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures traded 65 points higher. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq-100 futures also traded in positive territory. Earlier in the session, Dow futures […]

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I flew on the 3rd and 4th-largest US airlines to see how they’re handling the pandemic and the difference was night and day

[Business Insider] United Airlines and Southwest Airlines make up the lower half of the big four US airlines behind American and Delta. I flew on both airlines between New York and Orlando to see how the duo was tackling social distancing policies during the pandemic.The two each approach social distancing differently with Southwest being more aggressive […]

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Three people died and one is permanently blind after drinking hand sanitizer in New Mexico

[CNN] Three people died and one is permanently blind from methanol poisoning after drinking hand sanitizer in New Mexico, health officials said. An additional three people are in critical condition, the New Mexico Department of Health said in a statement. “All seven people are believed to have drunk hand sanitizer containing methanol,” it said. The cases were […]

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5 Digital Marketing Channels Your Business (Still) Isn’t Using To Acquire Customers

[Forbes, Getty] In today’s marketing world, many freelancers and small businesses are constantly trying to find new customers, thinking that this will help them grow their profits. In reality, they are chasing the wrong pathway to growth. Instead of trying to scale how many customers you have, I am all about trying to scale how […]

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Should You Break Your Mortgage to Get a Record-Low Rate?

[Kanetix Ltd.] Fixed mortgage rates continue to reach new depths. Some are now under 2.00% for the first time ever. That’s great news for new homebuyers or those with an upcoming mortgage renewal. It’s creating a dilemma, however, for those who are currently locked into a fixed term at a higher—in some cases a much higher—rate. Anyone […]

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Stimulus checks: Prepaid debit cards come with fees and privacy strings attached

[CBS NEWS] The stimulus checks directed by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or the CARES Act, are aimed at helping American families weather the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. But the 4 million Americans who received their payments on prepaid debit cards may be struggling with additional headaches, such as the card’s fees for […]

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As Florida emerges from shutdown, Covid-19 cases surge

[CNN] The Florida Department of Health reported an additional 3,286 cases of coronavirus on Tuesday, bringing the state total to 103,503. (CNN)As Florida emerges from its coronavirus shutdown, the state is experiencing a surge of Covid-19 cases, with younger Floridians accounting for a significant number of positive tests. Medical experts and elected officials have attributed […]

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Jim Cramer says playing Larry Williams’ Fourth of July trade ‘makes a lot of sense’

[CNBC] CNBC’s Jim Cramer broke down chart analysis from veteran stock trader Larry Williams to make a case for trading the S&P 500 ahead of the July 4 holiday.“I think this Fourth of July trade from Larry Williams makes a lot of sense, as long as you’re disciplined about it,” the “Mad Money” host said.“If […]

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