8 ways you could get more money with a third stimulus check – CNET

A third stimulus check is more than hypothetical. President-elect Joe Biden went on the record days before being inaugurated into office to confirm multiple times that he wants to bring Americans a stimulus bill worth multiple trillions of dollars and a $2,000 stimulus check. “$600 is simply not enough when you have to choose between …

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Bitcoin ‘real’ daily trading volume tops $22B as BTC price recovers

Trading activity on Bitcoin (BTC) exchanges spiked massively even as the BTC price was suffering a major correction. According to data from crypto research firm Messari, Bitcoin’s real 24-hour trading volume is about $22.3 billion. To put this figure in context, Cointelegraph previously reported Bitcoin’s real seven-day trading volume setting a new all-time high of …

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GM teases new Chevy Bolt with Super Cruise, sets release date for February

GM says that two new versions of the Chevy Bolt are set to be unveiled in February 2021. The company has released a new teaser that highlights a new feature coming to the electric vehicles: GM’s well-regarded advanced driver assist system, Super Cruise. GM is planning to release a refreshed Chevy Bolt, which was first …

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SpaceX’s next Starship launch still waiting on a successful Raptor test

By Eric Ralph Posted on January 12, 2021 Several days after the last test attempt, SpaceX’s next Starship launch remains delayed pending a successful static fire of the prototype’s three Raptor engines. Delivered from SpaceX’s Boca Chica, Texas rocket factory to nearby launch and test facilities on December 22nd, less than two weeks after Starship …

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Carmack: Oculus Facebook Login ‘Isn’t Going Away’, Company Takes Privacy ‘Extremely Serious’

Former Oculus CTO John Carmack defended Facebook’s privacy policies in a recent tweet, noting that Facebook login to Oculus devices “isn’t going away.” Back in October 2020 Facebook changed logins for Oculus devices. Now, all new accounts have to be tied to a Facebook profile. Writing in a thread about updates to come to the …

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PopSockets’ latest iPhone grips are MagSafe-compatible

PopSockets became famous for phone grips that you can attach to the back of a device. It’s had to conjure up new types of products these past years as wireless charging became increasingly popular, though, such as the MagSafe-compatible line for iPhone 12 that it has launched at CES 2021. The new line includes three …

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Ethereum-Based Nexus Mutual Expands Its Decentralized ‘Insurance’ to Centralized Exchanges

Nexus Mutual, a startup that provides a decentralized alternative to insurance, is extending its community-based offering to cover users of well-established cryptocurrency exchanges such as Coinbase, Binance, Kraken and Gemini. Until now Nexus, which uses digital tokens to revamp the traditional idea of mutual cover, was only focused on the world of decentralized exchange (DEXs), …

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Trader cries foul play as $30K Bitcoin price dip ends in biggest-ever daily recovery

Bitcoin (BTC) saw its most successful recovery in history on Jan. 12 after testing $30,000 support, but market participants are already suspicious. Data from Cointelegraph Markets and TradingView followed Bitcoin as it swiftly bounced off lows of $30,250 late on Monday to seal 20% gains in just over 12 hours. Guggenheim sell advice under scrutiny …

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The best smart thermostats of the year – CNET

Smart thermostats do more than manage your home’s heating and air conditioning. These app-enabled smart home devices make it possible to adjust your thermostat from your phone whether you’re on the couch, at the grocery store or on vacation — anywhere your phone or mobile device is connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network. Many smart …

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UK Government Asks Crypto Industry to Provide Insights on Its Regulatory Approach

<div class=”featured_image_container”> </div> <strong>Her Majesty’s Treasury in the U.K. issued a document that details a series of proposals addressing the crypto community. With the consultation, the Treasury is initiating a “regulatory approach to cryptoassets and stablecoins” for 2021 following the Brexit turmoil.</strong> Special Focus on Stablecoins Regulation According to the official announcement, the consultation mainly …

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