Fact Check: Do US Travelers Need a Visa to Visit Europe?

In the onslaught of fake news allegedly stemming from U.S. media sources, readers can now add another mark to their expanding chalkboard. Late last week, it was reported that Americans would be required to apply for visas beginning in 2021 if they wanted to visit Europe. U.S. citizens could apply through what’s known as the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS). The completion of an online form and an $ 8 fee gives interested parties a travel permit that once initiated, lasts up to three years until renewal. False: US Citizens Do Not Need to Acquire a Visa to Travel

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Does the fact that the 100 richest bitcoin addresse adding/not selling off prove promising for Bitcoin? (reddit.com)

So in my head, these people with loads of money in bitcoin have got to know a thing or two about making money, based on the sheer amount in their wallets. Does this mean it is more likely that bitcoin will succeed or is it possible for these rich list people to be bagholders? It’s just a thought. If it proves usesful, could that be a good indicator of when or when not to sell? Also would it be likely that these richest Bitcoin wallets are mostly exchange wallets? Thoughts would be…