Crypto Platform Aurox Plans a Public Listing

Crypto Platform Aurox Plans a Public Listing

Text size CEO Giorgi Khazaradze, right, explaining the Aurox software at the Bitcoin 2021 Convention in Miami last June. Joe Raedle/Getty Images Aurox is looking to be the latest crypto firm to tap the public equity markets.  Aurox said Tuesday that it planned to list its shares this year and was considering several options. This … Read more

Bitmain-Backed Crypto Mining Company Reaches $1.5 Billion SPAC Merger To Go Public

Bitmain-Backed Crypto Mining Company Reaches $1.5 Billion SPAC Merger To Go Public

Leo Lu, founder and CEO of BitFuFu. Courtesey of BitFuFu Cryptocurrency mining services company BitFuFu, backed by industry giant Bitmain, is slated to go public in the United States by merging with a special-purpose acquisition company in a deal that will value the company at $1.5 billion. BitFuFu announced on Tuesday that it would enter … Read more

Raising Alarms Over Cryptocurrency Advertisements for Public

Raising Alarms Over Cryptocurrency Advertisements for Public

Cryptocurrency advertisements are failing to put truthful content for publicSince the cryptocurrency market is flourishing across the world, cryptocurrency advertisements are gaining momentum and space on TV or newspapers. But the crypto industry has raised an alarm over these advertisements on cryptocurrencies for the public. The main issue is related to the high volatility of … Read more

Austria powers down public life as fourth COVID-19 lockdown begins

Austria powers down public life as fourth COVID-19 lockdown begins

Police officers check the vaccination status of shoppers against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the entrance of a store in Vienna, Austria, November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Lisi NiesnerRegister now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.comRegisterVIENNA, Nov 22 (Reuters) – Austria powered down public life on Monday as its fourth national COVID-19 lockdown began, making it the … Read more

Jihan Wu’s Crypto Mining Platform Bitdeer To Go Public In $4 Billion SPAC Deal

Jihan Wu’s Crypto Mining Platform Bitdeer To Go Public In $4 Billion SPAC Deal

Jihan Wu, chairman and founder of Bitdeer. Bloomberg Bitdeer Technologies, controlled by crypto pioneer Jihan Wu, is planning to go public in the U.S. by merging with a blank check company in a deal that will value the Singapore-based bitcoin mining firm at $4 billion.  Bitdeer is a spinoff from Bitmain Technology, a Chinese bitcoin … Read more

Crypto mining platform Bitdeer to go public through $4 bln SPAC merger

Crypto mining platform Bitdeer to go public through $4 bln SPAC merger

A small toy figure and representations of the virtual currency Bitcoin stand on a motherboard in this picture illustration taken May 20, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File PhotoNov 18 (Reuters) – Bitdeer Technologies said on Thursday it plans to go public by merging with blank-check firm Blue Safari Group Acquisition Corp (BSGA.O) in a deal valuing the … Read more

‘They’re Unethical’: Crypto Ads on London’s Public Transport Slammed by British Parliamentarian

‘They’re Unethical’: Crypto Ads on London’s Public Transport Slammed by British Parliamentarian

British parliamentarian Sian Berry has questioned the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, about crypto advertisements that have been featuring on the Transport for London (TfL) vehicles. Calling them “unethical”, Berry said these advertisements featuring dog coin Floki Inu should have raised “red flags”. The development comes just days after three advertisements for crypto products were … Read more

Germany could make COVID test or vaccine mandatory for public transport

Germany could make COVID test or vaccine mandatory for public transport

People queue outside a COVID-19 rapid test centre to get a day pass to visit shops and cultural institutions, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Weimar, Germany, March 29, 2021. REUTERS/Karina HesslandBERLIN, Nov 15 (Reuters) – Want to take the bus or train in Germany?You may soon have to provide a … Read more

London’s massive public transport body is cracking down on crypto ads after meme token floki inu’s campaign flooded the city’s travel system | Currency News | Financial and Business News

Missed doge? Get floki? ad

Missed doge? Get floki? ad spotted in the London underground. Amanda Cooper Transport for London said at the weekend it would ensure crypto ads complied with its policies from now on. “Missed Doge? Get Floki ” posters appeared throughout the city’s travel system, touting the unregulated meme crypto coin. S​​iân Berry, Green party London Assembly … Read more

London Lawmakers Urge Public Transit Crypto Ad Ban

London Lawmakers Urge Public Transit Crypto Ad Ban

Transport for London (TfL) has been getting requests to stop allowing advertisements for cryptocurrency, a report says. This comes after TfL had a three-week poster campaign for a crypto token called Floki Inu, named after a dog owned by Elon Musk, which was funded by an anonymous group. The ads appeared on buses and in … Read more

Non-Covid compliant businesses ‘putting public at risk’

Non-Covid compliant businesses 'putting public at risk'

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath has said businesses in the hospitality industry who do not comply with rules around Covid-19 passes “do not deserve to remain open”. On his way into Cabinet, the minister said that although there has been a “pretty good level of compliance.. those who aren’t are putting the … Read more

Slovenia Launches Public Consultations on Crypto Taxation Law – Taxes Bitcoin News

Slovenia Launches Public Consultations on Crypto Taxation Law

Authorities in Slovenia have prepared new legislation tailored to determine how crypto holdings and transactions are taxed in the country. The proposal, aimed at clarifying the matter, has been submitted for public consultations this week, local media reports revealed. Slovenia to Amend Tax Rules for Cryptocurrencies The Finance Ministry in Ljubljana has opened public consultations … Read more

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 5 more deaths, 7,000 public sector employees unvaccinated

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: 5 more deaths, 7,000 public sector employees unvaccinated

Five more New Brunswickers have lost their lives to COVID-19, Health Minister Dorothy Shephard announced Friday. Four people in the Moncton region, Zone 1 – including two people 60-69, a person 70-79 and a person 80-89 – and a person 70-79 in the Campbellton region, Zone 5, have died. This pushes the province’s death toll to 106. … Read more

US public health in crisis as Covid prompts curbs on officials’ powers | US healthcare

More than half of US states have introduced new laws to restrict public health actions, including policies requiring quarantine or isolation and mandating vaccines or masks. Between the new laws and the massive workforce departures during the pandemic, public health in America is now in crisis, experts say.The new restrictions and shortages not only affect … Read more

Victoria AMA says Covid-deniers and anti-vaxxers should opt out of public health system and ‘let nature run its course’ | Australia news

“Covid-deniers” and “anti-vaxxers” should opt out of care in the public health system if they catch the virus as Victoria reopens, says the Victorian branch of the Australian Medical Association.The AMA Victoria president, Dr Roderick McRae, said those who do not believe Covid-19 is real or a threat should update their advanced care directives and … Read more

Crypto Marketplace Bakkt Goes Public, Amid Increased Digital Asset Interest

Crypto Marketplace Bakkt Goes Public, Amid Increased Digital Asset Interest

24K-Production / Getty ImagesCrypto platform Bakkt, which enables consumers, businesses and institutions to buy, sell, spend, send and redeem digital assets, went public today on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “BKKT.”See: Starbucks, Best Buy and More: Using the Bakkt App To Pay With BitcoinFind: Bitcoin at $60K Thanks To (Probable) Bitcoin … Read more

Covid: UK start to pandemic worst public health failure ever, MPs say – BBC News

Covid: UK start to pandemic worst public health failure ever, MPs say - BBC News

Covid: UK start to pandemic worst public health failure ever, MPs say  BBC NewsCummings right about ‘false groupthink’, says Covid inquiry chair  The GuardianBritish government waited too long to implement COVID-19 lockdown, parliamentary report concludes  ABC NewsCovid response ‘one of UK’s worst ever public health failures’  The GuardianView Full coverage on Google News Source link

N.B. COVID-19 round-up: Public Health launches new registration system for proof of vaccination

N.B. COVID-19 round-up: Public Health launches new registration system for proof of vaccination

Public Health has made it easier for New Brunswickers to access their proof of COVID-19 vaccination online. Instead of having to attend a regional health authority vaccination clinic to obtain a registration code to create a MyHealthNB account and securely access their COVID-19 information, people can simply type “IR,” followed by one of their vaccination dates for the … Read more

Ottawa Public Health reported 61 new cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa on Friday, hospitalizations increase

Ottawa Public Health reported 61 new cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa on Friday, hospitalizations increase

OTTAWA — Ottawa Public Health is reporting 61 new cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa on Friday, the highest one-day increase in new cases in five days. Twenty-six of the 61 new cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa involve residents under the age of 20. No new deaths were reported in the capital. Since the first case … Read more

Somalia opens first public oxygen plant to help treat COVID-19 amid severe shortage

Somalia opens first public oxygen plant to help treat COVID-19 amid severe shortage

MOGADISHU, Sept 30 (Reuters) – Somalia’s first public oxygen plant opened on Thursday, in a ray of hope for a country where a lifesaving treatment for the coronavirus has been largely unavailable to patients during the pandemic.Global demand for medical oxygen has surged with the COVID-19 pandemic, and many countries have experienced desperate shortages.This and … Read more

No new COVID-19 cases recorded in Queensland, mask requirements in public venues to ease

No new COVID-19 cases recorded in Queensland, mask requirements in public venues to ease

Mask-wearing rules for parts of Queensland have been eased slightly as the state records a day with no new COVID-19 cases.Deputy Premier Steven Miles said there have been no cases recorded either in the community or in quarantine, quoting the Premier in declaring a “double donut day”.While mask requirements will remain in place for another two weeks in south-east Queensland, … Read more