Highest Paid Blockchain Jobs

Have you ever thought of pursuing a career in the Blockchain industry? Don’t know what are the jobs available and puzzled about how to get started? Then, you are at the right place. Demand for blockchain recruitment in tech companies has become substantial. Huge investments in Blockchain technology has disrupted many industries globally. Due to huge investments, the need for blockchain knowledge and experience is growing at a drastic rate. All these while Blockchain technology was used in developing cryptocurrencies but as of now this technology is pacing into commercial…

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How to Get Out of the Debt Trap When Banks Won’t Help

In many rural areas, a lack of banking options has led to an increase in predatory lending. In eastern Kentucky, a new nonprofit is fighting back. Erica Knight had been in charge of her own money since she was 16, when she had her first job. “I was always very independent and very good with trying to manage my own money and do it all on my own,” Knight said. But when she got married in 2017, she realized that she and her husband needed to get their finances in…

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US gun laws: New firearms control legislation

Trump says he will only support gun laws that support public safety but also uphold the constitutional right to gun ownership. In the United States, a congressional committee wants to restart efforts to limit gun ownership. The issue has hampered Congress for more than 20 years following a series of mass shootings. As Al Jazeera’s Kimberly Halkett tells us, one of the biggest obstacles could be President Donald Trump.

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US charges Chinese professor in latest shot at Huawei

Bo Mao is accused of committing wire fraud by allegedly helping Huawei steal technology from a Californian company. United States prosecutors have charged a Chinese professor with fraud for allegedly taking technology from a California company to benefit Huawei, in another shot at the embattled Chinese telecommunications equipment maker. Bo Mao was arrested in Texas on August 14 and released six days later on $100,000 bond after he consented to proceed with the case in New York, according to court documents. He pleaded not guilty in the US District Court…

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US election-monitoring agency shuts down

The Federal Election Commission says it no longer has enough members to operate, with potentially serious consequences for 2020 presidential election. The US agency tasked with monitoring elections has effectively shut down. The Federal Election Commission says it no longer has enough members to operate, which has potentially serious consequences for the 2020 presidential election. Al Jazeera’s Kimberly Halkett reports from Washington, DC.

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