Day: March 26, 2020

In ERs overwhelmed by COVID-19, here’s who might get treated—and who might not

Enlarge / NEW YORK, NY – MARCH 20: Doctors test hospital staff with flu-like symptoms for COVID-19 at St. Barnabas hospital on March 20, 2020, in New York City. St. Barnabas hospital in the Bronx set-up tents to triage possible COVID-19 patients outside before they enter the main Emergency department area. Getty | Mischa Friedman …

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Bankruptcy Trustee to Hand Quadriga Users’ Information to Canadian Taxman

Ernst & Young (EY), the court-appointed bankruptcy trustee overseeing the winding up of crypto exchange QuadrigaCX, will be turning all user information over to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). EY reported Tuesday that the CRA had asked it to turn over a trove of information about QuadrigaCX, whose customers have been waiting for more than …

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Google says disabling an online business website due to coronavirus should be a last resort

Google has issued a set of guidelines and a helpful FAQ to website owners to try and minimize the damage being done by worldwide shutdowns, both online and off, over the coronavirus pandemic. The company says the most important advice it can give is to avoid disabling a website altogether, so long as it’s feasible …

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The latest ‘Borderlands 3’ DLC is an engagement party with guns

Sponsored Links Gearbox Software Borderlands 3 is a lighthearted take on a Mad Max-style future, and its latest add-on is proof positive of that. Gearbox has released Guns, Love and Tentacles: The Marriage of Wainwright & Hammerlock, and it’s just as silly as you’d hope for. You’re attending the engagement party of the DLC’s namesake …

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States, feds try to end scourge of coronavirus price-gouging

Enlarge Anton Petrus | Getty Images As the nation and the world reel from the COVID-19 pandemic, many goods are in short supply and high demand. That basic economic formula means prices are going up—way up. Among the nation’s largest digital storefronts, a combination of individual sellers out to make bank and algorithmic pricing that …

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Printing Money from Thin Air – How the Fed Reduces Purchasing Power and Makes You Poorer

</header> <strong>Unless you have your head in the sand, you’ve probably realized that governments and central banks can print money out of thin air and in unlimited amounts. The United States and the Federal Reserve have been creating money from nothing for years because they had exhausted all their monetary policies. Despite the fact that …

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A New Leak May Reveal Information About The First Game For Apple’s Rumored VR/AR Device

A new report shows a customized HTC Vive Focus controller and “crosswalk bowling game”. Back in 2018, rumors began circulating that Apple was in development of a hybrid VR/AR headset. This past November a discussion lead by Apple VP Mike Rockwell during an internal group presentation suggested a potential 2022 release date for the mysterious …

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US, European Stocks Up but Crypto Traders Remain Cautious

American and European equity markets extended their gains on Thursday while major cryptocurrencies made only slight moves on the day. Bitcoin (BTC) was up 1 percent while ether (ETH) up by less than 1 percent. Notable 24 hour performances on CoinDesk’s digital asset board today as of 20:00 UTC include monero (XMR), up 8 percent; tron …

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Binance Releases Its Own Debit Card, Initial Testing Will Be in Malaysia

Binance enters the crypto debit card sector with news of an official Binance Card on March 26. Issued by Visa, the card will initially be available in South East Asia, though other regions will be unlocked soon, the company states. Like most other crypto cards, the Binance Card allows its users to spend their cryptocurrencies …

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