March 25, 2021


Fees for NFT auctions mean you can lose money.

Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, are having their $69 million moment as a way to create value out of what would traditionally be considered valueless. A form of cryptocurrency that acts as a digital certificate of ownership that can be bought and sold NFTs are a useful tool for selling things that have no physical presence—whether it’s a collage of digital artworks like the one Beeple sold at Christie’s, or a recording of farts. Now that everyone has seen what they can do, there’s an a NFT gold rush.

Because pretty much anything can be an NFT and making one usually

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How much money would Watson lose by sitting out the season?

What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? We’re about to find out. The Texans remain firm in their stance that star quarterback Deshaun Watson isn’t going anywhere. Watson would beg to differ. Furious at the team for not consulting him before hiring GM Nick Caserio or head coach David Culley (last year’s DeAndre Hopkins trade didn’t sit well with him either), Watson has been adamant he wants no part of the Texans and will do whatever he can to facilitate a trade.

With neither side giving an inch, this standoff could go on for quite some time.

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London could lose out to New York under draft EU finance deal: document

LONDON (Reuters) – The City of London’s finance industry would be worse off than rival New York under an early draft for a cooperation agreement in financial services between Britain and the European Union, a document, seen by Reuters, showed.

FILE PHOTO: Buildings are seen in the Canary Wharf business district, as a man cycles along a path, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in London, Britain January 27, 2021. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra/File Photo

Britain’s financial services industry has been largely cut off from the EU, its biggest customer, since a Brexit transition period ended on Dec. 31 as

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Dogecoin? A lot of ‘retail punters are going to lose money,’ says crypto expert

‘Unfortunately a lot of retail punters are going to lose money on dogecoin in the long term because there’s really not much there in terms of interesting technology.’

That’s Nic Carter on CNBC on Wednesday explaining the potential perils of piling into dogecoin, as a number of celebrities and captains of industry have been touting the cryptocurrency that was created as a joke back in 2013.

Read: Should I buy dogecoin? Why prices of the cryptocurrency are surging—but risky

Carter underscored to CNBC’s Europe affiliate the fact that is widely understood in the crypto community that dogecoin has

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