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DeFi who? NFT is a new hot spot on the cryptocurrency block

The last bull market in 2017 was defined by the initial token issuance craze. This situation became worse, for those projects with high valuations (which were just a team and were not well written). The foreseeable consequences. Although many useful projects can flourish from the ICO era, including Ethereum and other projects, most projects follow the wind, leaving thousands of …

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How is the J&J COVID-19 vaccine different from Pfizer (Moderna)

There are now 3 different COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in the United States. Two are based on mRNA (Pfizer, Moderna), and the other is adenovirus (Johnson & Johnson). Dr. Fauci explained how they differ in action, but he said the “ultimate game” is the same. Please visit the “Business” section of Insider for more stories. The United States now …

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Six utility companies plan to establish a unified network, Biden pushes electric car chargers

enlarge / Joe Biden speaks at the White House on March 2, 2021. US President Joe Biden has made the transition to electric vehicles a priority for his government’s early work. A few days after the inauguration, he vowed to replace thousands of federal civilian vehicles with electric versions. On Tuesday, Biden held a virtual meeting with CEOs from companies …

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After the pandemic, are consumers planning to buy a lot of new clothes?

After a year of working on Zoom calls wearing the same jogger-basically no progress during the pandemic-signs that consumers have begun to (hopefully) rebuild their outdated closets with new clothes for this year’s post-vaccination lifespan. Urban Outfitters co-founder and CEO Richard Hayne told analysts on Tuesday night’s earnings call: “However, recently, we have seen customer interest in discounted clothing begin …

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If there are other bishops, some American bishops discourage Catholics from getting the Johnson & Johnson vaccine

This vaccine is the third vaccine approved for use in the United States. Different from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna’s predecessor products, Johnson & Johnson vaccine only needs to be injected once and can be stored at normal refrigerator temperature, making it easy to transport. Health experts warn that Americans should be vaccinated with the vaccines provided. Paul Goepfert, director of the …

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As inflation is expected to reach a ten-year high, U.S. yields have rebounded

(Bloomberg)-U.S. Treasury bonds plunged again on Wednesday, pushing long-term maturity Treasury yields to the highest level this week and pushing up inflation expectations as traders continue to recover faster economic prices from the pandemic. The yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note soared 10.3 basis points to 1.495%, which is expected to hit the highest closing price since the …

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Ample opens 5 EV battery swap stations for Uber drivers in the Bay Area

A San Francisco start-up company called Ample hopes to carry out electric car battery replacement work in the United States, thus breaking the history of failure in this field. When electric vehicles became popular in the early 2010s, Tesla and a startup called Better Space promised that all customers would have a convenient option to replace batteries. “Hopefully this will …

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Although Texas and Mississippi abolished mandatory regulations, Kroger continues to require masks in US supermarkets

The mask stays on all the time-at least in Kroger. The Kroger Family of Companies, which makes up the largest grocery store chain in the United States, announced ongoing mask requirements for employees and customers, despite the recent withdrawal of COVID safety policies in two states. The company’s announcement was specifically in response to the governors of Texas and Mississippi, …

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Biden’s SEC Chairman Pick Gary Gensler reveals policies regarding Bitcoin and cryptocurrency regulation-regulatory Bitcoin news

President Joe Biden led the selection of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Gary Gensler (Gary Gensler) revealed his policy on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies (if confirmed as a U.S. securities exchange) Chairman of the Committee). Gensler is a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and teaches cryptocurrency. He previously served as Chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading …

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General Motors extends factory closure time due to global semiconductor chip shortage

General Motors employees work at the Fairfax assembly and stamping plant in Kansas City, Kansas. Jim Barcus, General Motors Detroit-Due to a global shortage of semiconductor chips, General Motors is expanding the temporary downtime of its three North American plants, which is expected to reduce automakers’ revenue by billions of dollars by 2021. The company said on Wednesday that its …

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