The Hostile Media Narratives About Bitcoin’s Environmental Impact Are Total Garbage

If you’ve been following the news and social media discussion regarding Bitcoin for very long at all you’ve likely seen multiple articles castigating Bitcoin as a harbinger of environmental degradation and destruction. Even startups in the crypto space fuel the narrative. People have spent hundreds of millions of dollars on more than one altcoin that specifically markets itself as a less electricity-intensive, more environmentally friendly alternative to Bitcoin. (I won’t name any names, but in my opinion, some of these are incredibly risky investments. People buy tokens from their ICOs hoping to get rich quick after seeing what happened to

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Newsflash: The Trump Curse? Vice Media Cuts 10% of Staff after HuffingtonPost & BuzzFeed Layoffs

The Brooklyn, New York-based news and documentary media giant, Vice Media LLC, is cutting 250 employees out of the company and closing down its flagship weekly HBO program, sources tell the Wall Street Journal. Vice is the latest major news media outlet in recent weeks to lay off hundreds of workers as part of massive downsizing to keep the companies afloat. A leaner organization is part of the company’s realignment of its entire global strategy. The 250 Vice employees comprise about 10% of the company’s workforce. HuffPo and BuzzFeed Layoffs “Difficult Changes” was the subject line of the email sent

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Why a Russian Social Media Ban Would Hurt Twitter More Than Facebook

By CCN.com: Russia’s media watchdog, Roskomnadzor, plans to sue Facebook and Twitter for not complying with laws pertaining to the storage of Russian’s citizen’s data. There is speculation this could lead to Facebook and Twitter being banned in Russia. Such a ban might have a greater impact on Twitter than it would on Facebook. Russia

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