• Bitcoin Digital Currencies

    What harm to nature is caused by bitcoin mining

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists have found that Bitcoin mining produces 30,000 tons of e-waste and 23 million tons of carbon dioxide every year. In addition, the process consumes as much electricity as a country like the Netherlands spends annually. Analysts from the Netherlands Central Bank and scientists from the Center for Energy and Environmental Research at MIT have found that mining bitcoins generates about 30,700 tons of e-waste every year.…

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  • The sellers mistake brought the American one hundred thousand dollars

    The seller’s mistake brought the American one hundred thousand dollars

    (ORDO NEWS) — A 43-year-old man from Maryland, USA, visited The Chicken Man on September 13 and decided to see if luck was on his side. He purchased the popular Powerball lottery ticket. The seller, probably, was in too much of a hurry and, therefore, gave the buyer two tickets at once by pressing the wrong button. It is reported by UPI. The man initially wanted to pick up only…

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  • The company will pay 1 300 to watch 13 horror films

    The company will pay $ 1,300 to watch 13 horror films

    (ORDO NEWS) — The American company FinanceBuzz announced that it is looking for an employee for a very unusual job, which will greatly delight all those who love horror movies. Company representatives want to establish what is the relationship between the level of fear of the viewer and the budget of the film. The candidate who will be accepted for this position must watch 13 rather scary films. In order…

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  • A man got into a drunken brawl in a restaurant and became a millionaire

    A man got into a drunken brawl in a restaurant and became a millionaire

    (ORDO NEWS) — In Texas, Daniel Rawls went to court and sued one of the local restaurants – La Fogata Mexican Grill. The accusation against them sounded very funny. Rawls blamed the restaurant for the man getting drunk and then provoked a fight. Reported by the Houston Chronicle. This incident happened back in the spring of 2019. For two years, there have been legal proceedings. The man then visited a…

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  • Accidental Wealth American Couple Gets 50 Billion

    Accidental Wealth: American couple gets $ 50 billion

    (ORDO NEWS) — A couple from Louisina were shocked when they saw an incredible amount in their bank account. The spouses did not leave other people’s money and the man immediately turned to the bank, where he told about what had happened. Reported by BR Proud. Darren James was surprised by his wife’s call. She called and said that it was not clear where $ 50 billion came from in…

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  • US oil prices skyrocket to 70 a barrel

    US oil prices skyrocket to $ 70 per barrel

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — In the United States, oil prices soared to $ 70 per barrel for the first time in three years. This mind-boggling price hike, CNN writes, is a testament to the dramatic recovery in energy prices after their unprecedented fall in April 2020. West Texas Intermediate (WTI), also known as Texas light sweet, a brand of oil produced in the state of Texas, today surpasses the…

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  • Bitcoin

    Bitcoin is a dirty currency (FT)

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — One bitcoin consumes as much electricity as a mid-sized European country, experts worry. Bitcoin is wasting “huge energy resources” on taxpayer-subsidized electricity. But Bitcoin is separate from the global financial system – and this is its most attractive feature. On the shores of Lake Seneca in upstate New York, a private investment company purchased a decommissioned coal-fired power plant and converted it to burn natural…

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  • Cryptocurrencies are the ideal mechanism for profiting from crime

    Cryptocurrencies are the ideal mechanism for profiting from crime

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Cryptocurrencies are not an innocent store of value, but an ideal option for anyone seeking to circumvent strict capital controls or launder illegal income, the author is convinced. And it’s time for governments to seriously strengthen the regulation of cryptocurrency transactions, he argues. Ransomware (a type of hacker program that restricts access to computer systems until a ransom is paid) is not the best advertisement…

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    Ethereum creator burned billions of dollars in tokens

    (ORDO NEWS) — A native of Russia and creator of the Ethereum digital currency, Vitalik Buterin burned 90 percent of the Shiba Inu tokens that were stored in his wallet. He sent them to a non-existent address, it follows from the data on the Etherscan website. Burning tokens is their destruction to reduce the number in circulation. In total, the youngest crypto billionaire got rid of 410 trillion tokens worth…

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  • Bitcoin Digital Currencies

    Digital currencies that really mean something

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS/THE ECONOMIST) — The United States and Britain love to scold China for controlling the lives of its citizens. But after all, face recognition systems and endless ratings were not invented in China, but in the West. The next stage is state digital currencies, when the entire financial system is closed to the Central Bank. China is showing interest, but govcoins were invented in the West. Will…

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  • US a huge 100 year old sturgeon was pulled out of the Detroit River

    American woman lost $ 26 million by accidentally washing a lottery ticket

    (ORDO NEWS) — An unpleasant situation occurred with a resident of a suburb of Los Angeles. She washed the winning lottery ticket with her belongings in the washing machine. Now, if she does not prove to Superlotto Plus that she is the owner of the lucky ticket, she will be left without a multi-million dollar win. The $ 26 million jackpot will be distributed among California schools. It is reported…

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  • Hackers who shut down the pipeline in the US are interested in money not politics

    Hackers who shut down the pipeline in the US are interested in money, not politics

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The hackers who attacked the pipeline delivering oil products to the US East Coast issued a statement. It says that they need money, and they are not interested in politics. Biden, contrary to his custom, does not yet suspect Russia. But it’s too early to rejoice: experts have established that the attack could have come from Eastern Europe. And the jump in US gasoline prices…

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  • how much money is needed for happiness

    How much money is needed for happiness

    (ORDO NEWS) — Money can’t buy happiness! Happiness is not about money – how many times have you heard that? Million? Scientists from the United States have finally refuted these quotes. Moreover, they managed to figure out how much money is needed in order for a person to feel happy. A very interesting study was carried out in America. Scientists have been trying to figure out how the amount of money affects the level of…

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  • Cryptocurrency mining could lead to a shortage of hard drives around the world

    Cryptocurrency mining could lead to a shortage of hard drives around the world

    (ORDO NEWS) — Analysts at the Wccftech portal believe that the growing popularity of the ChiaCoin cryptocurrency may lead to a shortage of hard drives around the world. Cryptocurrency has recently become a very popular means of investment and income generation. One reason why is because one is not limited to buying from an exchange like Independent Reserve, they can mine it using their own computer. However, energy consumption has…

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  • Carbon on Earth is delivered from the interstellar medium scientists say

    Carbon on Earth is delivered from the interstellar medium

    (ORDO NEWS) —  According to new research by Jackie Lee, a professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, most of the carbon on Earth was likely to have come from the interstellar medium. This material exists in the space between stars in the Galaxy. Carbon is an essential element for life, but its behavior during Earth’s accretion is not well understood. Scientists know that the carbon on the…

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  • CNBC Chinas Pursuit of Bitcoin Threatens Earths Ecology

    CNBC: China’s pursuit of Bitcoin threatens Earth’s ecology

    (ORDO NEWS) — Apparently, China’s plans to restore the environment in the near future will remain unfulfilled due to the growing production of bitcoin. According to foreign media reports, China accounts for 75 percent of the world’s mining. Back in 2020, the Chinese authorities set a goal aimed at reaching a peak in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. However, the growing production of bitcoin in China threatens the fulfillment of…

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  • US shale oil production leads to environmental disaster

    US shale oil production leads to environmental disaster

    (ORDO NEWS) — Shale oil production in the southern United States has led to an environmental disaster. Elimination of the consequences of the incident will require hundreds of billions of dollars. A difficult situation has developed in the Permian Basin – this is an oil-bearing region in Texas and New Mexico. The area is considered the center of the US oil industry, according to The Guardian. Extraction of shale oil…

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  • Will Stagflation Come

    Will stagflation come?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The respected economist believes it is likely that inflation will rise steadily after the covid-19 recession. He points out the factors that make this growth almost inevitable. But it would be even worse if the situation begins to develop in the direction of stagflation, he warns, and explains the possible risks. There is an increasing debate over whether inflation over the next few months will…

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  • will this boom last long

    Will this boom last long?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The data for March 2021, according to the author, indicate an undoubted economic recovery after the disruption due to COVID-19. He even talks about an economic boom, especially in industry. But what do these numbers mean in reality? And will this boom benefit – and to what extent – most people? For much of the past year, I’ve argued that the cyclical recovery from the…

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  • Is Bitcoin Good for Business

    Is Bitcoin Good for Business?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Bitcoin is an overly risky and environmentally undesirable investment. It is not an optimal solution to the problems of emerging markets and cannot serve as a store of value or a reliable medium of exchange, the author argues. The sooner cryptocurrencies are relegated to a footnote in economic history, the better, he is convinced. In a recent commentary to the Financial Times, economist Dambisa Moyo…

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  • Cryptocurrency conquers the world Coinbase goes public

    Cryptocurrency conquers the world: Coinbase goes public

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The upcoming public listing of the cryptocurrency platform Coinbase on the NASDAQ exchange sparked an active discussion in the Western media. With crypto breaking into the mainstream, more people going to companies like Wealth Builder for help investing in digital currencies so any more exposure will only help grow its popularity. Cryptocurrency proponents believe that Coinbase’s listing will be a critical milestone on the road…

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  • Resources How soon will the water in the bottomless well run out

    Resources: How soon will the water in the bottomless well run out?

    (ORDO NEWS) — Since the 1860s, mankind has been promised an exhaustion of coal, since the 1960s – oil. After them, many are sure, civilization will not be able to maintain the previous level of energy consumption, which will make life much more difficult. There are such predictions about metals, and even fertile land, which for half a century has been promised a quick collapse due to erosion. Oddly enough, the history of…

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  • How rich and poor people view the world

    How rich and poor people view the world: 8 differences

    (ORDO NEWS) — Millionaire Steve Siebold has been collecting data on the habits and behavior of wealthy people for 26 years. During this time, he met and spoke with many multimillionaires and billionaires. He outlined his findings in the book How the Rich Think. The main thing that Siebold discovered is that the secret of wealth lies not in the mechanism of making money, but in the mindset that distinguishes rich people…

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  • Why is China rich and successful and India poor

    Why is China rich and successful and India poor?

    (ORDO NEWS) — In fact, there is a great deal of exaggeration in the question. China, of course, has made a huge leap in overcoming poverty, but there are still many underdeveloped rural areas, and in the cities there are enough poor people – as a rule, yesterday’s rural residents who have no education. At the same time, India is developing almost as rapidly as the PRC, just less attention…

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  • Online auction will sell 75 meteorites from different parts of space

    Online auction will sell 75 meteorites from different parts of space

    (ORDO NEWS) — Christie’s New York is hosting an online auction featuring 75 meteorites! Some lots start at just $ 250, but some are priced at $ 180,000 and up. Not everyone can afford to buy a “piece of space”, but this does not mean that these colorful meteorites cannot be simply admired! One of the samples contains ancient stardust, which is described as “the oldest matter that humanity can…

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  • Tesla

    Tesla records first-year profit for the first time

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Tesla, which makes electric cars, made a full year profit for the first time since its foundation. This is evidenced by its corporate reports published on Wednesday. In 2020, Tesla’s net profit was $ 721 million.In 2019, the company incurred losses of $ 862 million, and in 2018 they reached almost $ 1 billion. Tesla’s revenue in 2020 exceeded $ 31.5 billion. In 2019, this…

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  • Apple reports record revenue growth

    Apple reports record revenue growth

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The American company Apple recorded a record growth in revenue in the first quarter of fiscal year 2021, which for the first time exceeded $ 100 billion, according to reports published on Thursday. According to the results of the three-month reporting period, which ended on December 26, 2020, the company’s revenue amounted to $ 111.4 billion. According to this indicator, an increase of 21% was…

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  • Facebook

    Facebook revenue in Q4 2020 grew by 33%

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Revenue of Facebook, which owns the social network of the same name, grew by 33% in Q4 2020 compared to the same period in 2019. Relevant data are provided in the company’s financial statements published on Wednesday. In the three months ended December 31, 2020, Facebook’s revenue was $ 28.072 billion, up from 21.082 billion in the same period in 2019. At the same time,…

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  • Bitcoin

    American programmer forgot password for $ 240 million bitcoin wallet

    (ORDO NEWS) — American programmer Stefan Thomas has lost his password for a $ 240 million bitcoin wallet. Reported by The New York Times. For almost 10 years, a man has been trying to find the key to his account. The programmer received 7,002 bitcoins in the early 2010s as a reward for creating a video about cryptocurrency. The fee is kept in a virtual wallet protected by the IronKey…

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  • In Venezuela selling suggestive content on the internet to survive

    In Venezuela, selling suggestive content on the internet to survive

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Like many other Venezuelans, Valery Lopez has long been tempted by exile. But today, the young woman has found a way to survive the economic crisis: she sells the images of her naked body on an adult website. “I absolutely wanted to leave (the country), because I did not live well here (…) Now I want to stay in Venezuela thanks to Onlyfans!”, Tells AFP…

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  • Canadians convicted of bitcoin theft via Twitter scam

    Here’s what you need to know about Bitcoin’s skyrocketing value

    (ORDO NEWS) — Bitcoin continues to trade near its all-time high reached this month. Its price at the time of writing was about $ 34,000, up 77 percent from last month and 305 percent from last year. First launched in 2009 as a digital currency, Bitcoin has been used for a time as digital money in the periphery of the economy. Since then, it has gone mainstream. Today it is…

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    Elon Musk became the richest man in the world

    US, NEW YORK (ORDO NEWS) — Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk became the richest man in the world, beating Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. Such estimates were given on Thursday by CNBC TV channel. According to his experts, Musk’s fortune has increased to $ 185 billion in light of the rise in Tesla’s stock price in stock trading. The channel now estimates the total value of Bezos’ assets at $…

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  • In Portugal Nurse Dies Two Days After Pfizer Vaccine Was Introduced

    In Portugal, nurse dies two days after getting Pfizer vaccine

    (ORDO NEWS) — The incident took place in Portugal: 41-year-old Sonia Acevedo was vaccinated by the development of Pfizer, but something did not go according to plan. The woman died suddenly two days later. The death occurred 48 hours after the unsuccessful administration of the coronavirus vaccine, right before the New Year celebrations. She worked as an assistant pediatrician at the Oncology Institute in Porto. After the vaccination, there were…

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