Pete Buttigieg’s Lurch to the Center Reeks of Hypocrisy

Two months before officially announcing his presidential campaign, Pete Buttigieg appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, selling himself as a generational and transformational presence in national politics. Not only could Buttigieg, 37, drive turnout among millennials, still the Democratic party’s most untapped base of likely supporters, but the mayor of South Bend would bring a movement […]

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Tron Investors Need to Worry About Binance’s TRX Death-Grip

Binance appears to be using its TRX stockpile to vote for itself as a TRON Super Representative and then scoop up the majority of the TRON block rewards. The TRONSCAN website reveals the No.1 TRON Super Representative (SR) to be Binance’s recently launched staking address. After launching mere days ago, the Binance address has already […]

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Cam Newton Sucks & Diet Experts Blame Veganism

Cam Newton has had a fantastic career with the Carolina Panthers. He’s been responsible for 240 touchdowns, won an NFL MVP award, and he’s remained the Panthers’ most well-known player for nearly a decade. But all that success could be coming to an end. What’s to blame? According to the Charlotte Observer, some nutritionists are […]

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Spencer Dinwiddie to Tokenize His NBA Contract; Pro Athletes Should Follow Suit – CCN.com

On September 13th, CCN reported that Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie plans to convert his $34 million contract into digital tokens. The move allows the NBA player to receive a lump sum payment as investors purchase the digital asset. Spencer Dinwiddie will lose out on some future income to pay investors. However, the lump […]

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Investors, Speculators Dismiss Bitcoin as Global Risks Loom – CCN.com

Earlier this year, the anecdote that bitcoin serves as a safe-haven asset in times of heightened macroeconomic risks received support from factual data. The benchmark cryptocurrency and its traditional rival gold both established year-to-date highs as the U.S. and China slapped tit-for-tat tariffs, the yield curve inverted and signaled a recession, and the Federal Reserve […]

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