Daily Archives: June 29, 2019

NBA free agency: Kemba Walker tells Hornets he’ll sign with Celtics

The last time Kemba Walker was playing for a team in New England, he delivered a championship. Boston Celtics fans can only hope that repeats itself when he joins their team for next season. A person with knowledge of the situation said Saturday thatย … Google Alert – breaking news

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Maple Leaf Capital Recent Bitfinex IEO Ampleforth Token is Not Stable

n Bitfinexs first Initial Exchange Offering, Ampleforth, is not stable according to crypto investment firm Maple Leaf Capitaln CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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Doing this one thing with your Social Security could mean losing $100,000 in retirement

Americans will lose $ 111,000 per household by taking Social Security benefits too early into their retirement, rather than using their own savings. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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Group of Digital Asset Trade Associations to Establish Global Cryptocurrency Association

n A group of national crypto associations has announced their commitment to a global initiative for firms in the industryn CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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Ross Ulbricht Letter Questions the Wisdom of Imprisoning Non-Violent Offenders

Forced to spend the rest of his days in a cage, Ross Ulbricht has recounted his situation in a letter, which explains how he’s spent more than 2,096 days in a U.S. federal penitentiary for running a website. Also Read: Bitcoin ‘Inventor’ Craig Wright Claims He Can’t Access Coins in Court Testimony Ross Ulbricht Reflects on 2,000 Days Behind Bars ...

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