Bitcoin, Ether Flash “Bottoming Out” Signal As Whale Transactions Hit Multi-Year Highs ⋆ ZyCrypto

Advertisement &nbsp &nbsp Despite signaling a recovery on Wednesday following the Fed raising interest rates, Ethereum, alongside Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies tumbled on Thursday in a classic “buy the rumor sell the news” fashion, carrying on a losing streak that has eclipsed the entire crypto market beginning late March. As of writing, ETH is trading … Read more

Some new BMWs will reportedly come without Android Auto and Apple CarPlay

BMW is temporarily shipping some new vehicles without support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay after changing chip suppliers, according to a report from Automotive News Europe (through 9to5Google† The chips from the new supplier reportedly aren’t compatible with Android Auto and CarPlay yet, and require an update for the software to work. “The chips … Read more

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky, who recently announced employees can work from home forever, calls the office an ‘anachronistic form’ and ‘from a pre-digital age’

Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky.Kimberly White/Getty Images Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky recently announced the company will let employees work remotely forever without losing pay. In an interview for Time’s The Leadership Brief, he said “the office as we know it, is over.” He also explained why he thinks the three-day in-office hybrid model is … Read more

On Roe v. Wade, big companies already have a precedent for action

Abortion rights campaigners march through downtown after demonstrating outside of Evo A. DeConcini US Federal Courthouse in Tucson, Arizona, US, May 3, 2022, after the leak of a draft majority opinion written by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito preparing for a majority of the court to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade abortion rights decision … Read more

Why feds are spending $2.5 billion on carbon capture

Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm takes questions during a media briefing at the White House in Washington, US, November 23, 2021. Evelyn Hockstein | Reuters The US Department of Energy announced on Thursday it was taking its first steps to disburse more than $2.3 billion for carbon capture technology included in Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, … Read more

Meta is opening a store as VR headset sales inch closer to mainstream

Katie Contreras and Chris Nguyen, experience experts, stand at the Customer Onboarding station for the Quest Demo space during a preview of the inaugural physical store of Facebook-owner Meta Platforms Inc in Burlingame, California, May 4, 2022. Brittany Hosea Small | Reuters A good number of teenagers have virtual reality headsets, but have they starting … Read more

Chief strategist warns governments planning to implement ‘de facto’ Bitcoin ban

Meltem Demirors, the chief strategy officer at $5 billion worth crypto asset management company CoinShares, has stated that governments are silently moving towards banning Bitcoin by attacking the proof-of-work concept. Speaking during a panel at the Crypto Bahamas conference, Demirors said politicians globally want to ban Bitcoin over energy consumption, but in reality, they are … Read more

Your new ‘retirement’ home could be a cruise ship

Jeff Farschman, 72, is a serial cruiser from Delaware who spends months at sea in retirement. Jeff Farschman For nearly two decades, Jeff Farschman, 72, has spent his golden years like many other adventurous retirees — enjoying leisure cruises to exotic ports of call. But unlike many of his fellow cruise passengers, Farschman basically lives … Read more