Month: August 2022

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How the AZ of Ethereum-based NFTs has performed so far

Based on data from NFT data aggregators CryptoSlamsales of NFTs minted on the Ethereum network have gradually declined since the beginning of August. In fact, at the time of writing, the chain’s total sales were $82,541,608.15. This is a 10% drop in the past 7 days alone. Now, how have the leading NFT collections on […]

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Microsoft Xbox, Sony PlayStation, Nintendo: Video game revenue roundup

A gamer uses Sony’s Playstation 5 at his home in Seoul. Li Yelin | AFP via Getty Images The video game giant saw sales slump in the second quarter as initial tailwinds from the Covid-19 pandemic receded. In the three months through June, Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo’s respective gaming businesses all reported disappointing results. The […]

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Americans ‘hold unhappy views’ of Biden’s economy

Americans continue to be “pessimistic about the state of the economy” with little hope of improvement.Negative public opinion is driving President Joe Biden’s low approval ratings in most categories, ABC News report Sunday. A new ABC News/Ipsos poll programme 69% of Americans think the economy is getting worse, 18% think it’s staying the same, and […]

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Jerry Kelly wins playoffs in Canada for third PGA Tour title of the year

Calgary, Alberta — Jerry Kelly missed a chance to win in the regular season and then went on short work in the playoffs on Sunday to win the Shaw Charity Classic with a 4-foot birdie putt. His third title this season on the PGA Tour Championship. Kelly closed with a 3-under 67 and a playoff […]

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Former Colombian rebel Gustavo Petro becomes president

Bogota, Colombia –Gustavo PetroA former member of a left-wing guerrilla who fought against the Colombian state was inaugurated as president on Sunday, a change from a country with a history of guerrilla warfare that stifled its modernization and polarized its people. Mr. Petro, 62, stood before tens of thousands of supporters in the square of […]

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Russian troops fire missiles from Europe’s largest nuclear power plant amid warning of Chernobyl-style disaster

Russia has been accused of firing missiles from Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, despite warnings that retaliation could lead to a Chernobyl-style disaster. The Zaporozhye plant was occupied by Russian troops at the beginning of the war in early March, but is still managed by Ukrainian technicians. There are now reports of missiles being fired […]

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What to see in the night sky this week

Backlit by the sun, Saturn launched the Cassini spacecraft into space on July 19, 2013.NASA announced … [+]This image spans 404,880 miles (651,591 kilometers) on November 12, 2013. In addition to the rings, the three planets Mars, Venus and Earth are also visible in the image. (Photo by NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI via Getty Images) Getty Images Every […]

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Twins manager Rocco Baldelli on call to help Blue Jays win: ‘I think it’s pathetic’

The Blue Jays defeated the Twins 3-2 in 10 innings on Sunday. The drama that ended up being Cavan Biggio’s game-winning RBI — scoring newly acquired Blue Jay Whit Merrifield — was extremely controversial, leading to the Twins There are plenty of choice words in the dugout, especially manager Rocco Baldelli. First, match-by-play does not […]

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NASCAR FireKeepers Casino 400: Harvick enters playoff spot

Kevin Harvick Ended 65-game winning streak and continued to win FireKeepers Casino 400 Entering the NASCAR playoff berth on Sunday. The drivers gave their all in the 200-lap, 400-mile race, hoping for a chance to take home the Michigan Heritage Trophy. NASCAR Cup Series Back in Brooklyn, Michigan, to start the August schedule. Here are […]

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Seattle Storm fans force their way to give Sue Bird a proper send-off

SEATTLE — They line up hours before the game, meandering around the Climate Pledge Arena, most of them in No. 10 jerseys and shirts, determined to get in the paint early to enjoy what they’ve got. Every second she could have, not just the best point guard women’s game of all time, but also the […]

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