The biggest film in American history isn’t Avatar or Avengers: Endgame. Continue reading What is the highest grossing movie adjusted for inflation?
Crypto is currently the wild west of speculative investing, and the war in Ukraine is brining cryptocurrencies to the forefront of mainstream conversations. Nearly $100 million in individual crypto donations have been made to the Ukrainian defense effort alone, while some are concerned crypto will be used to get around Russian sanctions. This attention on crypto is further forcing regulators around the world to take … Continue reading Thanks to the Ukrainian war and new government regulations, Bitcoin soars to heights unseen for days
Yotta is a prized-linked savings account that offers “lottery tickets” each week for saving money with them. You can win up to $10 million dollars, a Tesla, or just a decent APY. Recently, Yotta has rolled out new features, including crypto buckets, which hold your money in stablecoin and pay you 4.5% APY plus extra lottery tickets for staking your crypto with them. Other new … Continue reading That’s a Yotta scratchers: Instantly win up to $1,000 for joining in March
While home to 138 pyramids, Egypt lags behind another nation along the Nile. Continue reading Which country has more pyramids than Egypt?
Coinbase Global Inc. (Coinbase), one of the most popular crypto trading platforms, received so much traffic from its Super Bowl ad that its website crashed. Millions of people are starting to show interest in crypto trading and investing; however, others are beginning to notice as well. Regulators, including the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), are beginning to take action on crypto. Recently, BlockFi, another … Continue reading Is crypto staking dead? SEC expands reach into crypto brokers
To most people, the idea that the Amish would ever comprise the majority of the American population probably sounds ludicrous. If, however, the U.S. Amish population continues to grow at its current rate for the next two centuries, this Anabaptist sect, currently numbering roughly 350,000, will surpass 300 million individuals. Even if the total United States population grows to 600 million during the same time … Continue reading Will the majority of America’s population be Amish in 200 years? Quite possibly
Poyais would have sounded dreamlike to those on the foggy shores of Scotland in the early nineteenth century. Prospective investors and settlers were told of a new South American country filled with fertile soil, verdant scenery, a temperate climate, and considerable amenities, including a majestic port. Gregor MacGregor, a native of Scotland who had long since moved to South America and served as a military … Continue reading A nineteenth century swindler invented his own country
Where psychology and money intersect: How people react to the Nasdaq and Crypto market crashes and why. Continue reading Crypto crashes: Why it followed the market and it is hard to “hodl”
Long before the actions of Jeffrey Epstein became public knowledge, Belgians were aware of a different pedophile with ties to the wealthy and powerful. Marc Dutroux, born on November 6, 1956, is the most prominent serial killer to hail from Belgium. Dutroux began his criminal career as an auto thief and pimp, but gradually turned to rape and murder. In conjunction with his accomplices, he … Continue reading Marc Dutroux: The serial killer who shook Belgium
HMBradley recently changed the requirements for earning 3% APY on their platform. Beginning February 1, 2022, although HMBradley remains an exclusive high-yield savings account that offers 3% APY, HMBradley added an additional requirement to getting that 3% APY. For users that met all of three existing steps earned 3% APY, as I’ve outlined in my previous article: (1) Connect your direct deposit to HMBradley; (2) … Continue reading HMBradley: 3% APY checking account too good to be true?