Sports Fan Tokens Quickly Go from Euphoria to Indifference Like Messi’s Move from Barcelona to PSG

Sports fan token have been trading three years in the main crypto exchanges, with the aim an alternative for clubs to gain financing and for fans to be closer to their favorite teams. It hasn’t worked out as such as one would expect in the world of sports fandom where shifts of euphoria and indifference happen quickly, combine that with crypto and NFT noise. The days are early for gauging its success as it still in almost virgin times. Football … Continue reading “Sports Fan Tokens Quickly Go from Euphoria to Indifference Like Messi’s Move from Barcelona to PSG”

The World More Benevolent Since Covid, Nordic Countries Still the Happiest

Happiness is something that should never be underrated. Finland and Denmark ranked as the happiest and second-happiest lands, and the top eight were all in northern Europe. It is true one’s version of happiness is different to another, be it cultural or luck. With the drums of war beating loudly through Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the Middle East with Iran, Syria and Yemen all vulnerable or in conflict. Afghanistan, Lebanon and Zimbabwe are the unhappiest, as war-torn and impoverished … Continue reading “The World More Benevolent Since Covid, Nordic Countries Still the Happiest”

Spiderman Smashes Hulk with Record $US3.36 million Auction for Original Venom Page

The surge in auction prices from collectibles continues to rise despite the rocky start to stock markets in 2022. A single page of artwork from a 1984 Spider-Man comic book sold at auction for a record $US3.36 million. The bidding started at $US330,000 on the first day of Heritage Auctions’ four-day platinum comic event in Dallas. The previous record for an interior page of a US comic book was shattered. The Incredible Hulk 1974 issue that featured a tease for … Continue reading “Spiderman Smashes Hulk with Record $US3.36 million Auction for Original Venom Page”

Tencent’s Riot Games Pays $US100 million in Gender Discrimination Case

Game maker Riot Games, the video game maker said on Monday evening agreed to pay $US100 million to settle a gender discrimination suit with more than 2000 current and former female employees. The class-action lawsuit was filed in 2018 than in early 2020, two California employment agencies intervened to block the settlement, arguing that the women could be entitled to more than $US400 million. California had been investigating the company after claims of sexual harassment, discrimination, unequal pay and retaliation … Continue reading “Tencent’s Riot Games Pays $US100 million in Gender Discrimination Case”

California Loves Their Weed – $3.1 Billion Legal Sales By 2019

California is considered the world’s largest marijuana market and it’s legal cannabis market is currently on track to grow 23% in 2019 to $3.1 billion and to reach $7.2 billion in 2024, a 19% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the next five years.