Venezuelan Nonprofit Eatbch Celebrates First Anniversary Amidst Hyperinflation

On Sunday, Feb. 10, the creators of the charitable organization Eatbch, a nonprofit food drive powered by bitcoin cash, celebrated its one-year anniversary. Eatbch has come along way since its inception feeding Venezuelans thousands of meals alongside branching out to other less fortunate regions like South Sudan. Also read: BCH Avalanche Transactions Show Finality Speeds 10x […]
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Venezuelan Nonprofit Eatbch Celebrates First Anniversary Amidst Hyperinflation

We have a new Indiegogo campaign with enamel pins available with…

We have a new Indiegogo campaign with enamel pins available with domestic (USA) and worlwide shipping available. Tenemos una campaña de Indiegogo con pines esmaltados con envío nacional (EE.UU.)  e internacionales a cualquier parte del mundo. https://igg.me/at/wawawiwacomics/x/15099647…

GoFundMe Set Up for Fyre Festival Victim Raises More Than $150,000 in Days

A pair of dueling Fyre Festival documentaries—one on Hulu and one on Netflix—are giving viewers a better idea of how a festival-turned-shitshow managed to so badly botch its spectacular promise of being one of the greatest events the world had ever known. While countless people were burned by the scam, Maryann Rolle’s…Read more……

GoFundMe Set Up for Fyre Festival Victim Raises More Than $150,000 in Days

Russians to Be Allowed ICO Investments up to $9,000 per Year

Russian lawmakers have revised another bill regarding the regulation of the industry built around cryptocurrencies. In its latest version, the draft law on crowdfunding sets the maximum amount of money ordinary Russians will be permitted to invest in projects such as ICOs at less than $9,000 per year.      Also read: Lawyers to Help the […]
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Russians to Be Allowed ICO Investments up to $9,000 per Year