Bitcoin News Summary – August 6, 2018

Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. The unexpected price drop in Bitcoin last week likely resulted from a failed margin call on a massive position on Hong Kong’s OKEx exchange. A highly-leveraged position, representing about $416 million, had to be liquidated by the exchange once it started losing. However, the unidentified […]

82 dead after temblor rocks Lombok, Bali

CLOSE The popular tourist island of Lombok was hit with a strong earthquake killing at least 39 people. USA TODAY Hospital patients are moved outside of the hospital building after an earthquake was felt in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia on Aug. 5, 2018. Reports state that the magnitude 7.0 earthquake was centered on the Indonesian island […]

The violence in Bangladesh being hidden by the government censoring the online media is why we need a decentralised internet. : CryptoCurrency

A protocol where anybody can set up a connection and get compensated for transmitting data. The major ISPs will still exist and function within the protocol, but in the case where they decide not to service anyone (For some reason…) then internet traffic can automatically switch over to transmitting through small scale routes. In a […]

About The Couples – Hollywood Life

The fan favorite spinoff series is back! ’90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days’ returns for season 2 on Aug. 5. Check out the couples the show will be focused on this season! Need more 90 Day Fiancé? Well, you’re in luck. Season 2 of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days premieres Aug. 5 at 8 […]

3 takeaways from Chelsea-Manchester City

Chelsea played Manchester City at Wembley in the Community Shield on Sunday. Here are three key points from the match. Manchester City were victorious in their first “competitive” match of the season, beating Chelsea 2-0 in the Community Shield. The match is a glorified friendly, but it certainly didn’t lack intensity or a competitive edge. […]

This Frozen Vegetable Is the Hero of Family Dinners

When I was growing up, my mom always had a bag of frozen mixed vegetables in the freezer. Mostly she used it for icing boo-boos and hiding the box of Popsicles behind it, although occasionally she served a long-freezer-burned (and then microwave-steamed) serving of that bright-colored corn, carrot, and green bean medley. My own children’s […]