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July 10, 2019
The Driven Sixty years after the release of the first Mini, a revolution in car design at the time, BMW has launched the full electric version, with a range of up to 270kms, and a “waiting” list of customers that it says already tops 40,000. The Mini Electric, officially known as the Mini Cooper SE,...
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SEC Releases Update on Digital Asset Custody Findings The U.S. SEC, with guidance from FINRA, has offered an update on the current situation of custodial solutions with broker-dealers in an official release. The update offers clarity on how custodial and non-custodial solutions are going to be treated and the various benefits and drawbacks that apply...
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The boom in construction of large-scale renewable power plants in Western Australia continues apace, with Risen Energy announcing on Wednesday that it has begun construction of the 100MW (AC) or 132MW (DC) – Merredin solar farm. Like the 207MW Collgar wind farm located nearby, the Merredin solar farm will be – at least for a while...
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Italy, Sweden and the Czech Republic will share the next one-year presidency of the European Blockchain Partnership, Cointelegraph Italy reported on July 9. Following a meeting of the European Blockchain Partnership today in Brussels, the three countries took on the one-year presidency, which will last from July 2019 to July 2020. Marco Bellezza, Legal Advisor...
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Japan coal power pipeline
The demand for new coal-fired power stations in Japan has collapsed dramatically over the last four years, as Japan prioritises new renewables projects over fossil fuels. A new report authored by IEEFA analysts Tim Buckley and Simon Nicholas suggests the trend will have significant ramifications for Australia, particularly the NSW coal industry, which is amongst...
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singapore exempting bitcoin from tax
The U.S. is increasingly running the risk of being left behind other nations unless its authorities soon address issues surrounding Bitcoin. One of the main problems facing the cryptocurrency is tax treatment. In this regard, Singapore is now taking the lead. Singapore to Exempt Bitcoin from Goods and Services Tax Several countries, such as Japan...
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The British government is off track for its 2050 net zero emissions target, advisors warn refusal to comply will end up with government in court The UK government must strengthen its climate policies urgently to avoid being exposed as potential host of next year’s UN summit, its official advisers have warned. There is a growing...
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It’s very odd that citizens never get to vote or have any say in regard to society’s money, even though it’s one of the most important aspects of everyday life. In fact, in developed countries, most central banks are institutions that are privatized from political interference and history explains why. Money: The World’s Most Powerful...
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Trying to understand the interplay of BFT and NC is not easy. Reading the original papers without a guide is challenging because BFT was invented prior to NC, and, the authors of NC were likely unaware of BFT research. To my knowledge, there is not a rigorous comparison of the design tradeoffs. This basic primer...
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