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”

Coinbase Indian Expansion Plans Hit as Crypto Payments Frozen Across India

Turmoil hit India’s crypto traders after United Payments Interface, a central bank-backed entity said it was “not aware” of any crypto exchange using the network. Just hours earlier Coinbase Global’s chief product officer Surojit Chatterjee said crypto investors would now be able to use the country’s online retail payments system to transfer funds to its local exchange. At least seven crypto firms have suspended rupee deposits with Crypto exchanges already under pressure from the Indian tax regime. Coinbase customers are … Continue reading “Coinbase Indian Expansion Plans Hit as Crypto Payments Frozen Across India”

Ether Outperforms Bitcoin with Anticipation of the Merge

In cryptocurrencies the migration of Ethereum to proof-of-stake this year has garnered much excitement since the successful merge in testnet last week. Ether, the cryptocurrencies for Ethereum, has risen almost 14% in the past seven days, with Bitcoin’s rise just 5.9%. The move has closed the gap somewhat between the two with Ether is down about 20% this year and Bitcoin down around 10%. The Merge will change how transactions on Ethereum are ordered with the aim for the network … Continue reading “Ether Outperforms Bitcoin with Anticipation of the Merge”

Crypto Wrap Up: Bitcoin & Ethereum Collapse, US CBDC and Russia Ban Crypto

This week’s Crypto Wrap KnovaWave & Meta Johnny discuss a big week for crypto, the collapse of Bitcoin and Ethereum and alt coins heads us off. They discuss the use Of Bitcoin in South America and The US Fed’s paper on CBDC. The story behind the banning of Crypto in Russia and China as geopolitical tension hits fever pitch. Ethereum Money and Payments: The U.S. Dollar in the Age of Digital TransformationJanuary 2022 Executive Summary For a nation’s economy to … Continue reading “Crypto Wrap Up: Bitcoin & Ethereum Collapse, US CBDC and Russia Ban Crypto”

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”

US Army Walter Reed Scientists Develop Coronavirus Vaccine Effective Against All Variants Including Omicron

Within weeks reports Scientists at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research have developed Spike Ferritin Nanoparticle COVID-19 vaccine, or SpFN, a vaccine that is effective against COVID-19 and all its variants including Omicron. Dr. Kayvon Modjarrad, director of Walter Reed’s infectious diseases branch, made the announcement in an exclusive interview with Defense One.   Walter Reed’s infectious diseases branch decided to focus on making a vaccine that would work against not just the existing strain but all of its potential … Continue reading “US Army Walter Reed Scientists Develop Coronavirus Vaccine Effective Against All Variants Including Omicron”

Samsung Top Chipmaker as Semiconductor Market Tops USD150 Billion

The global semiconductor market increased of 7.6 per cent in Q3 from the previous quarter to USD 153.2 billion (about 180.406 trillion won) market research firm Omdia said in its recent report. Samsung Electronics overtook Intel and topped with USD 20.958 billion (about 24.6361 trillion won) in sales. Omdia said that third-quarter sales were led by seasonal demand, strong sales of memory products such as DRAM and NAND flash. Chip shortages pushed sales though the growth rate was slightly less … Continue reading “Samsung Top Chipmaker as Semiconductor Market Tops USD150 Billion”

Record Taiwan Chip Production To Continue, Expanding Over 25% in 2022

The global chip supply is expected to get some relief from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) and the other Taiwanese Semiconductor manufacturers next year. A Taiwan government think tank forecasts output will grow 25.9% in 2021 to a 4.1 trillion New Taiwan dollars ($147 billion). Producers are struggling to keep up with the surging demand even as they invest in new capacity. A recent report published by Taiwan government think tank, The Industry, Science and Technology International Strategy Center (ISTI) … Continue reading “Record Taiwan Chip Production To Continue, Expanding Over 25% in 2022”

Panasonic New Prototype Battery For Tesla With Fives Times More Energy Storage Capacity

Japan’s Panasonic unveiled a new prototype battery specifically for U.S. electric-car maker Tesla. The advanced battery has five times current capacity. The battery will cost 50% less to produce and help boost battery production at Panasonic “100-fold,” by 2030. Panasonic shares rose nearly 6% on the news. Panasonic Prototype Battery For Tesla The company’s battery chiefKazuo Tadanobu unveiled the new battery for the first time at a media roundtable, he also said Panasonic had no plans to make cheaper Lithium … Continue reading “Panasonic New Prototype Battery For Tesla With Fives Times More Energy Storage Capacity”

Russian Arms Manufacturer Almaz-Antey New Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars

The Russian government-backed arms manufacturer Almaz-Antey has announced that it is working on a new hydrogen fuel cell passenger car,known as E-NEVA. The hybrid car will be for civilian use. Hydrogen provides more mileage and lower CO2 emissions than electric cars