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A Possible Russian Crypto Ban and Vitalik’s Synthetic Womb: This Is 2022

Finally, the gang unpacked Buterin’s baby pod idea, which he floated as a means of female empowerment:“Disparities in economic success between men and women are far larger once marriage+children enter the picture. Synthetic wombs would remove the high burden of pregnancy, significantly reducing the inequality,” he wrote on Twitter.

Five investing rules to create long-term success

While we have seen a recent pullback in the crypto market, the phrase that continues to ring true is: “It’s not about timing the market, but rather time in the market”. This couldn’t be truer for Bitcoin itself, with even the worst possible buy in Bitcoin generating a minimum return of +27% per year. But...

Private climate funding is the next finance bubble

In the past few years, and especially after the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference, or COP26, in Glasgow, private investors have seen an opportunity to midwife developing countries’ bumpy transition to net-zero carbon dioxide emissions. After all, if BlackRock chief executive Larry Fink and climate activist Greta Thunberg can find common cause, then the...

2022: You’re not too late to be early

As we move into the new year, you may be wondering how the crypto market will develop in the coming years. Is it “too late” to be investing in this new world? If not, then how do you go about picking a winner? Before deciding if it is too late, let’s take a look at...

Ozzy Ozbourne, Black Sabbath Frontman Who Purportedly Bit the Head Off a Bat Onstage, Is Betting Fans Will Be Hungry for His New NFTs

The self-monikered Prince of Darkness and reality TV star will launch the “Cryptobatz” NFT collection in January, Rolling Stone reported. Dec 28, 2021 at 6:48 a.m. UTC Updated Dec 28, 2021 at 7:35 a.m. UTC Ozzy Osbourne visits the Tribeca Film Festival 2011 portrait studio on April 25, 2011, in New York City. (Photo by...

German state sells off €100mn seized crypto stash

A German state cashed in on €100-million ($113-million) worth of cryptocurrency confiscated from drug traffickers earlier this year, the prosecutor’s office in Frankfurt said Wednesday. The seized assets were sold off this month through a partnership with local bank Scheich, with the proceeds flowing into the accounts of the regional government of Hesse. Working together...
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