Most criminal cryptocurrency is run through only 5 exchanges

Eugene Mymrin/Getty Images For years, the cryptocurrency economy has been plagued by black market sales, theft, ransomware, and money laundering, despite the strange fact that virtually every transaction in that economy is written to a blockchain’s permanent, immutable ledger. But new evidence suggests that years of progress in blockchain tracing and a crackdown on that … Read more

US government debt interest of $1.5 trillion will equal 3x Bitcoin’s market cap by 2023

Commentators believe Bitcoin (BTC) bulls won’t have long to wait for the United States to start printing money again. The latest analysis of US macroeconomic data has led a market strategist to predict that quantitative tightening (QT) will end to avoid a “catastrophic debt crisis”. Analyst: Fed will have “no choice” with rate cuts The … Read more

This Vermont janitor amassed an $8 million fortune without anyone around him knowing. Here are the 3 simple techniques that made Ronald Read rich – and can do the same for you

This Vermont janitor amassed an $8 million fortune without anyone around him knowing. Here are the 3 simple techniques that made Ronald Read rich – and can do the same for you Warren Buffett is said to have once said, “You don’t have to make an extraordinary effort to get extraordinary results. You just have … Read more

Advertised salary ranges are not set in stone. That’s why you still have to negotiate

New York CNN — With more and more states requiring companies to advertise salary ranges for open positions, assume the range is the range and you can’t negotiate more. Not true. While the new pay transparency laws mean you have more information about what an employer is willing to pay, the advertised ranges probably don’t … Read more

Big Tech layoffs are a problem of their own

This article first appeared in the Morning Brief. Get the Morning Brief sent directly to your inbox by logging in here. The tech industry is reeling from a seemingly non-stop parade of layoffs in Silicon Valley and beyond. And we’re not talking about small numbers either. Meta (META) kicked off the mass layoff train, cutting … Read more

Electric car manufacturers are working to fit car dealerships into their plans for the future

Customers in protective masks view the interior of a vehicle for sale at a Ford Motor Co. dealership in Colma, California, February 1, 2021. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images DETROIT — As automakers chase Tesla-like profits on new EVs, they’re faced with an existential question: How can franchised car dealerships best be … Read more

Ford is recalling 462,000 vehicles due to a problem with the rear view camera in 17 accidents

(NEXSTAR) – Ford announced an international recall of more than 400,000 vehicles due to a video output issue that prevents the rearview camera from displaying while reversing. The recall affects 383,000 SUVs in the United States, including certain Ford Explorers and Lincoln Aviators that came with 360-degree cameras, according to the Associated Press. The production … Read more