archive-title Yearly Archives: 2020

Yearly Archives: 2020

Democracy, Dictatorship, Disease: The West Takes Its Turn With Coronavirus – Wall Street Journal

Western democracies confronting the spread of the novel coronavirus are facing a test with profound implications for their future: Will they fail where authoritarian China, which is touting itself as an alternative model for the world, is succeeding? Covid-19, the respiratory illness caused by the virus, has already become the most consequential public-health crisis in […]

From dictatorship to now: Chilean women at forefront of protests – Al Jazeera English

Antofagasta, Chile – Beatriz focused on her brush strokes, paying no attention to the cars rushing through the busy intersection behind her. The street was already partially blocked by women preparing to march Monday, day two of a feminist strike in Chile. “I have problems with my feet, so I cannot march, but I came […]

Blockchain R&D Funding Is Vital, but It Mostly Comes From One Source

On March 4, Twitter topman Jack Dorsey’s digital-assets payment company Square Crypto released a statement showcasing its support for Bitcoin (BTC) development with the creation of a grant program that aims to contribute toward the enhancement of the premier cryptocurrency’s native ecosystem. More specifically, the company revealed that its grant program is open to developers […]

Bitcoin Price Is Now Up Just 9% This Year

View Bitcoin’s short-term outlook remains bearish with prices trading well below key resistance at $8,460. A move below Tuesday’s low of $7,734 would likely encourage sellers, yielding deeper losses toward $7,100. A move above $8,158 (Tuesday’s high) would confirm temporary seller exhaustion signaled on the daily chart and allow a stronger bounce to $8,460. Bitcoin’s […]