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Bitcoins Channel 05/30/2020 21:15
China has passed the country’s long-awaited civil code which expands the scope of inheritance rights to include cryptocurrency, such as bitcoin. Inherited cryptocurrencies will be protected under the new law. Meanwhile, several Chinese courts have recently ruled that bitcoin and ethereum are properties protected by law. Inherited Cryptocurrencies Protected by Law The third session of ... .
Zero Hedge 05/30/2020 21:00
US Army Deploys "Elite Trainers" To Help Colombia After Cocaine Production Triples. Sat, 05/30/2020 - 21:00. It's a shame that we're all likely going to be social distancing this Christmas, otherwise certain investment banks sound like they could be setting up for one hell of a holiday party. In fact, a party that's three times as better as its been in recent years. That's because the U.S. is deploying "an elite group of military trainers" to Colombia to help the country's counter-narcotics offensive deal with raging cocaine production in the country.
The liberal media appear to have adopted Rahm Emanuel’s saying “never let a good crisis go to waste” as their official slogan; especially when a crisis gives them an opportunity to trash President Trump. On-air personalities on both MSNBC and CNN have used Trump’s tweet announcing his plan of action to handle the unrest and riots in Minneapolis, namely “when the looting starts, the shooting starts,” as an excuse to compare him to the late segregationist leader George Wallace. Appearing on The Last Word With Lawrence O’Donnell Friday, Joy Reid proclaimed that Trump “essentially challenged sort of a George Wallace.” She also compared Trump to “one of the most violent police chiefs in America” from the 1960s who also used the phrase “when the
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/30/2020 20:52
Plans to relocate Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum to Parramatta will still go ahead. The New South Wales government will walk away from its planned $810m redevelopment of the former Olympic stadium in Sydney as the state grapples with the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. On Sunday the premier, Gladys Berejiklian, will announce that the state government will dump the stadium redevelopment, a key but controversial plank of its election pitch last year, instead announcing a $3bn fund for smaller, "shovel-ready projects".

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