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Bitcoin tumbles to 18-month low

The world’s top cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, has dropped below the $20,000 threshold for the first time since December 2020, trading data shows. The coin had plunged around 13.7% over a 24-hour period as of Saturday afternoon to a low of $17,593, its weakest level in 18 months. It did then manage …

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How game companies twist Pride Month values for profit

Every year when the month of June comes around, there is a change in the air – everything is rainbow-coloured and paraded, and every corporation puts its best inclusivity hat on. The whole world, and especially the US, is no stranger to commercial exploitation of holidays. In that regard, the …

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Bitcoin plunges to 18-month low

The world’s top cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, slid below $25,000 per token on Monday morning, plunging more than 43% so far this year from nearly $49,000 in March. At 08:15 GMT, it was trading at $24,800 per coin, down 9.8% for the day. Bitcoin has been declining for nearly 12 straight weeks …

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Ukraine wants $2bn per month from US

Ukraine’s finance minister, Sergey Marchenko, has solicited at least $2 billion per month in emergency economic aid from the Biden administration. The official also revealed that Kiev hopes to raise an additional $3 billion per month from other sources. Speaking to the Washington Post, Marchenko said that Ukraine needs “to …

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Pfizer seeks FDA approval to vaccinate 6-month-old infants

Pfizer and BioNTech announced on Tuesday that they were seeking approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to vaccinate children as young as 6 months old against Covid-19. If given approval, children aged six months to five years old would be able to get vaccinated against Covid-19 with …

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Sweden rolling out Covid passes next month

The upcoming introduction of mandatory coronavirus vaccine passes was announced by Health Minister Lena Hallengren on Wednesday. Citing the ongoing surge in coronavirus cases across Europe – which has not hit the country itself yet – the minister stressed the need to be ready for the new wave of infections, …

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