China declares all cryptocurrency transactions illegal

TOPICS: Bitcoin, China, cryptocurrencies, Ethereum

The Central Bank of China has declared all transactions in cryptocurrencies illegal. It calls for their ban, increasing the pressure on the sector. It has so ruled in a notice on its website. “All cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Ethereum, are not fiat currency and cannot circulate in the market,” they stated on their website. The […]

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Dixie’ wildfire now second largest in California history

TOPICS: California, Dixie, firefighters, smoke, wildfires

The Dixie wildfire has now become the second largest in the history of California in the United States, having so far burned more than 187,000 hectares, leaving behind a huge swathe of devastation in the north of the state, destroying more than 400 homes and businesses, while firefighters are doing their best to try to […]

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Amazon Prime Air drones crash: more than 100 engineers laid off in ‘dysfunctional’ project

TOPICS: AI, Amazon, Amazon Prime Air, artificial intelligence, drones, layoffs

Amazon’s dream seems to be going awry in the UK, where the Amazon Prime Air project has a complicated future. There, there have been more than 100 layoffs and employees talk about how the project was “collapsing internally” and was “dysfunctional”. Five years ago Amazon was talking about how it was starting trials of drone […]

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Is Forex investment or a business?

TOPICS: CFD, Forex, investment, quick rich schemes, trading

Many people often wonder whether forex is an investment or a business. While there is no clear-cut answer because it depends on perspective. For a person who wants to make money and which is the most common reason to enter this sector, forex is only an investment sector. They don’t care whether they are going […]

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Businessman sentenced to 18 years in China for criticising dictatorship

TOPICS: African swine fever, CCP, China, dictatorship, human rights

Sun Dawu, an influential billionaire critical of China’s government, was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Thursday after being found guilty of “provoking trouble and inciting fights”, Chinese authorities said. The 67-year-old businessman runs one of the largest agricultural companies in the northern province of Hebei. He is also known for his focus on […]

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The largest active fire in the U.S. is so large that it cannot be stopped until October

TOPICS: firefighters, fires, Fremont-Winema National Forest, Oregon, wildfires

The largest of the dozens of active fires in the United States has reached such large dimensions that it even generates its own weather conditions, making the work of firefighters difficult, authorities reported Tuesday. The fire baptized as “Bootleg”, in the southeast of the state of Oregon near the border with California, has already burned […]

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Why do you need professional crawl space maintenance?

TOPICS: crawl space, maintenance, moisture, pest infestation, rodents

Improper care of a crawl space can cause major problems for you and your entire home and end up costing you a lot of money in the long run. When you neglect your crawl space for a long time, it can cause problems that will only get worse over time and cost you a lot […]

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What are the possible causes of the building collapse in Miami?

TOPICS: building, collapse, Miami, Surfside

At 2:00 a.m. Miami time, a 12-story building located in the Surfside vacation area collapsed leaving one person officially confirmed dead, although local media already put the death toll at at least 3, 99 missing and 35 people rescued alive. The causes of the collapse are still unknown. The authorities have ruled out that the […]

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Get protection against hydrostatic pressure and mold growth with basement waterproofing

TOPICS: basement, ceilings, hydrostatic pressure, mold, walls, waterproofing

Basement waterproofing is something most homeowners don’t think about until it’s way too late to save a house. When there’s a severe weather event or the ground gets really wet, your basement floods, and the damage is extensive. Even if you are lucky enough to escape, you still run the risk of damage to electrical […]

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