"...are the Trump deplorables the most empowered and violent segments of our society or is it the security agencies, the police, the neoconservatives, the presstitute media, and the Republican and Democratic parties?"
Almost exactly 9 years after the first were 'mined', January 13th marked an important milestone for cryptocurrencies. 16.8 million bitcoins (BTC), or 80 percent of the entire Bitcoin supply, have now been mined.
When charges of "racism" and "xenophobia" fail, Democrats’ fallback argument against President Trump’s proposed border wall is that it simply "won’t work," so why waste billions building it? Tell that to the residents of El Paso, Texas...
Cryptocurrencies are sliding once again as Asia opens following headlines from South Korea's finance ministry that a cryptocurrency exchange shutdown is still an option (but admittedly it needs "serious" discussion among ministries first).
When Chinese President Xi Jinping failed to mention the word 'deleveraging' in his long-awaited new economic blueprint in December it was clear that the political tug of war between the advocates of 'reform' and 'growth' had been won by the latter.
Carillion, a major British construction company which employs 43,000 people around the world, collapsed on Monday after rescue talks with stakeholders including the British government failed to yield a bailout.