$24 million lost in second-largest day of DeFi liquidations

The Feb. 22 crypto crash has sparked the second-largest volume of DeFi liquidations in the sector’s history, with more than $24.1 million worth of loans being forcefully closed within 24 hours. According to crypto data aggregator DeBank, $13.7 million, or nearly 60% of the losses occurred on Compound, followed by Aave with $5.4 million worth… Continue reading $24 million lost in second-largest day of DeFi liquidations

Omg the Hauliday Sale Has so Many Home Decor Deals, I Could Cry

It’s OK to admit you miss the rush of Black Friday and Cyber Money shopping, because same. There are just so many good sales. And if you’re looking to totally revamp your space (or just keeping an eye out for some damn good home decor deals), then there’s no better time to shop than during… Continue reading Omg the Hauliday Sale Has so Many Home Decor Deals, I Could Cry

New report predicts NFTs will explode in popularity during 2021

Canadian-based analytics company NonFungible has released a report predicting that 2021 is poised for “a new Bull Market in the NFT industry.” Although NFTs have been around since ERC-721 was invented by William Entriken, Dieter Shirley, Jacob Evans, and Nastassia Sachs in January 2018, the sector largely remained an obscurity outside of hardcore crypto circles… Continue reading New report predicts NFTs will explode in popularity during 2021

Signal sees ‘record pace’ of new users as WhatsApp goes ahead with controversial privacy update

New users are flocking to the encrypted messaging app Signal “at a record pace”, as WhatsApp pushes forward with a controversial privacy policy update. A new set of terms and conditions from WhatsApp, under which it makes clear how it collects and shares certain user data, are set to come into effect on 15 May despite backlash. The terms… Continue reading Signal sees ‘record pace’ of new users as WhatsApp goes ahead with controversial privacy update

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Meet NASA Astronaut & Artemis Team Member Kjell Lindgren [Video]

Official portrait of NASA astronaut Kjell Lindgren. Credit: NASA NASA astronaut Kjell Lindgren is a member of the Artemis Team, a select group of astronauts charged with focusing on the development and training efforts for early Artemis missions. Dr. Kjell N. Lindgren was selected by NASA in 2009. He spent most of his childhood abroad… Continue reading Meet NASA Astronaut & Artemis Team Member Kjell Lindgren [Video]

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Bitcoin Drops Alongside Tech Stocks as Bond Yields RiseBitcoinist

Bitcoin fell sharply on Monday and continued declining into the early Tuesday session as traders feared its excessive valuations after a 100 percent rise this year. The benchmark cryptocurrency lost more than $8,000, or 13.91 percent, to trade below $50,000. At its week-to-date low, it was changing hands for as much as $46,700. Bitcoin’s closest… Continue reading Bitcoin Drops Alongside Tech Stocks as Bond Yields RiseBitcoinist

‘Excessive stimulus’ puts value stocks on track to outperform growth over next 4 years, says Stifel’s Bannister

There isn’t a lot of upside from here for the S&P 500, but value stocks could solidly outpace their growth peers over the next four years as “excessive stimulus” fuels a commodity boom, a veteran Wall Street strategist argued Monday. “As reflation occurs with excessive fiscal stimulus, rising money supply lifts commodities, a positive for… Continue reading ‘Excessive stimulus’ puts value stocks on track to outperform growth over next 4 years, says Stifel’s Bannister

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