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Guess how many subscribers have plans to cancel after rising Netflix rates – The Motley Fool

After Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) announced a price increase this week, the inevitable questions began, asking "How much is too much?". The last broadcast giant had last increased the cost of a subscription in October 2017 and its customer base had… Continue Reading →

How to archive Cryptocurrency Taxes with TurboTax – Hacker Midi

TurboTax has officially announced its offer of support for Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency tax reporting through its partnership with the crypto-tax software company, CryptoTrader.Tax. This means that live Premier, Premier-Live, Independent or Independent plans all have the ability to handle the… Continue Reading →

The Chinese economy slows at the slowest pace since 2009 amid a trade war

China's economy has grown at the slowest pace since the global financial crisis, as domestic fiscal consolidation, weakening global demand and a trade dispute with the United States have all slowed down the movement. Gross domestic product grew 6.4% in… Continue Reading →

3 Chip Companies Should Take Advantage Of 5G – The Motley Fool

Wireless 5G technology has been the subject of much discussion lately. While we have seen LTE 4G technology evolve rapidly in recent years, with theoretical maximum speeds rising from about 100 megabits per second to 1 gigabit per second in… Continue Reading →

The base of buyers of changing treasures can be the Achilles heel of the bond market

While the US government breaks all records in terms of borrowing during the crisis, exceeding $ 1 trillion a year in debt sales, it relies on creditors who could make its deficit financing even more expensive. The US $ 15.6… Continue Reading →

3 Chip Companies Should Take Advantage Of 5G – The Motley Fool

Wireless 5G technology has been the subject of much discussion lately. While we have seen LTE 4G technology evolve rapidly in recent years, with theoretical maximum speeds rising from about 100 megabits per second to 1 gigabit per second in… Continue Reading →

The regulation has ruined the physical bitcoin industry

Economy & Regulation As bitcoiners celebrate the 10th anniversary of Satoshi's invention, veteran enthusiasts will realize that much has changed since the early days. The art of making charged physical bitcoins is an activity that was once extremely popular. Government… Continue Reading →

Reliance e-commerce entry to reduce digital colonization: Mohandas Pai

Investment guru and former chief financial officer of Infosys TV Mohandas Pai said Saturday that the Mukesh Ambani incursion into Reliance in the e-commerce space in India would dispel fears of ################################################################################ 39, a digital colonization and would significantly reduce… Continue Reading →

Guide to the types of encryption tokens – Hacker midi

It was not so long ago (2009), in a near and familiar galaxy, a cryptocurrency was born. This was called Bitcoin. For many years, he played alone in the blockchain sandbox. Apart from geeks, monsters and paranoids, few people paid… Continue Reading →

Reliance e-commerce entry to reduce digital colonization: Mohandas Pai

Investment guru and former chief financial officer of Infosys TV Mohandas Pai said Saturday that the Mukesh Ambani incursion into Reliance in the e-commerce space in India would dispel fears of ################################################################################ 39, a digital colonization and would significantly reduce… Continue Reading →

Work at home? Use these 3 tips to succeed – The Motley Fool

All the things that make great work at home make it equally risky. Not having to commute adds time – sometimes hours – to your day, for example, provided you do not lose those hours. The same goes for all… Continue Reading →

The finance professor who says that Bitcoin is going to "bite the dust" is wrong

Kevind Dowd. Image of the Independent Institute. By CCN.comKevin Dowd is Professor of Finance and Economics at the Business School of the University of Durham, North East of England, and co-author of the 2015 paper "Bitcoin will bite the dust,"… Continue Reading →

Work at home? Use these 3 tips to succeed – The Motley Fool

All the things that make great work at home make it equally risky. Not having to commute adds time – sometimes hours – to your day, for example, provided you do not lose those hours. The same goes for all… Continue Reading →

Hexo vs. KushCo Holdings – The Motley Fool

You could take a look at the stock charts of Hexo (NASDAQOTH: HYYDF) and KushCo Holdings (NASDAQOTH: KSHB) and instantly form an opinion on the best performing marijuana stock. Hexo shares posted a significant gain over the past year, while… Continue Reading →

Blame banks for damaging the environment – not Bitcoin

Op-ed Another mainstream media has published an article warning of the dangers that Bitcoin poses to the environment. We have heard these overly simplistic arguments countless times before. Even if we accept that Bitcoin's energy consumption is important, this figure… Continue Reading →

Hexo vs. KushCo Holdings – The Motley Fool

You could take a look at the stock charts of Hexo (NASDAQOTH: HYYDF) and KushCo Holdings (NASDAQOTH: KSHB) and instantly form an opinion on the best performing marijuana stock. Hexo shares posted a significant gain over the past year, while… Continue Reading →

Jet lenders await Sebi's decision on waivers at Etihad: SBI chair

The consortium of lenders led by the State Bank of India has not rejected Etihad Airways bailout offer regarding Jet Airways, which was experiencing financial difficulties, and is awaiting the decision of Sebi (Securities and Exchange). Exchange Board of India)… Continue Reading →

Jet lenders await Sebi's decision on waivers at Etihad: SBI chair

The consortium of lenders led by the State Bank of India has not rejected Etihad Airways bailout offer regarding Jet Airways, which was experiencing financial difficulties, and is awaiting the decision of Sebi (Securities and Exchange). Exchange Board of India)… Continue Reading →

Do you have your W-2 form? Here's how to use it – The Motley Fool

The W-2 form is the most important form of tax for tens of millions of US taxpayers. This form is intended for anyone who has worked as an employee and providing all the essential information you will need to properly… Continue Reading →

Hacked customer data from the world's leading crypto-currency exchanges for sale on the dark Web?

KYC pirated documents from the main cryptocurrency exchanges are available on Darknet. Picture of Shutterstock. In a darknet market called "Dread", an "ExploitDOT" vendor is attempting to sell user data from KYC crypto-currency exchanges requested by most jurisdictions. According to… Continue Reading →

Do you have your W-2 form? Here's how to use it – The Motley Fool

The W-2 form is the most important form of tax for tens of millions of US taxpayers. This form is intended for anyone who has worked as an employee and providing all the essential information you will need to properly… Continue Reading →

2 best stocks to buy in January – The Motley Fool

One of the benefits of bear markets is that they often offer investors the opportunity to take shares of larger companies at prices that would otherwise not be available. Due to the weak market in December, we have such an… Continue Reading →

2 best stocks to buy in January – The Motley Fool

One of the benefits of bear markets is that they often offer investors the opportunity to take shares of larger companies at prices that would otherwise not be available. Due to the weak market in December, we have such an… Continue Reading →

Trump offers immigration protections for wall money in an effort to end the closure

In a televised speech on Saturday, President Donald Trump said he would agree to protect some undocumented immigrants, such as the so-called Dreamers, if Democratic lawmakers gave him funds for building a wall at the US border with Mexico. To… Continue Reading →

Trump: I will trade immigration protections for wall money to end the closure

In a televised speech on Saturday, President Donald Trump said that to negotiate the lifting of the government's closure, he would agree to temporarily protect some undocumented immigrants – such as the so-called Dreamers – if Democratic lawmakers granted him… Continue Reading →

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