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How NFT Blue Chips Plan To Take On Disney

How NFT Blue Chips Plan To Take On Disney

Taking place the week of June 20th, NFT NYC 2022 was the largest NFT conference yet, with over 15,000 attendees descending upon New York City to participate in panel discussions, side events, and parties. Despite weakness in the overarching crypto markets, $2 trillion of value has been wiped out since the peak of November 2021,...

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Sydney climate protests: Activists block streets and harbour tunnel

Sydney climate protests: Activists block streets and harbour tunnel

Climate protesters have brought parts of Sydney to a standstill, blocking key roads and a tunnel during rush hour. The Blockade Australia activists began disruptions on Monday in protest of “Australia’s ecological destruction”. Police said the protesters were “violent” and “erratic” while marching through the city and blocking streets with barricades and bins. Their actions...

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Crypto Ads Crackdown Expected Soon to Protect Australian Consumers

Crypto Ads Crackdown Expected Soon to Protect Australian Consumers

Caroline Malcolm, the Australian-born head of international policy at crypto security firm Chainalysis, believes the federal government will soon introduce regulatory reforms to offer everyday Australians a higher level of consumer protection. Regulations Likely Within Next Year The former head of the OECD’s global blockchain policy centre told attendees at the Chainalysis LINKS conference in...

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Kanye West emerges from ‘hiatus’ with surprise, Kardashian-referencing speech at BET Awards

Kanye West emerges from ‘hiatus’ with surprise, Kardashian-referencing speech at BET Awards

The 2022 BET Awards, which took place Sunday at Los Angeles’s Microsoft Theater, was full of surprises, from Janelle Monáe’s live, presumably unscripted F-bomb drop to a jarring In Memoriam segment that mentioned the “death” of Roe v. Wade. But one of the most unexpected moments, near the end of the three-hour ceremony, was Kanye...

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Nasa launches first rocket from Australian commercial spaceport

Nasa launches first rocket from Australian commercial spaceport

An unassuming patch of red dirt in remote Australia has made history as the site of Nasa’s first rocket launch from a commercial spaceport outside the US. The sub-orbital rocket blasted off from the tiny site early on Monday local time. It will enable astrophysics studies that can only be undertaken in the Southern Hemisphere,...

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At least 40 found dead in abandoned lorry in Texas

At least 40 found dead in abandoned lorry in Texas

At least 46 people, believed to be migrants, have been found dead in an abandoned lorry on the outskirts of San Antonio, Texas. A fire official said 16 people including four children had also been taken to hospital. The survivors were “hot to the touch” and suffering from heat stroke and heat exhaustion. San Antonio,...