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A salmonella recall is affecting 207 million eggs across the US

4 months ago 7ring Comments Off on A salmonella recall is affecting 207 million eggs across the US
A recall of 206,749,248 eggs has occurred in the US, following 22 reports of illness linked to salmonella contamination. The eggs were distrubuted to stores and restaurants in Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. The US Food & Drug Administration has a full list here (including Read More

VinChain’s Pre-Sale for Whitelist Investors Has Started

6 months ago kakp2 Comments Off on VinChain’s Pre-Sale for Whitelist Investors Has Started
VinChain has been making waves over the cryptocurrency world. Not too long ago, they just reached the first goal on the way to success by selling 1,000,000 tokens. Since then, VinChain has attracted many investors from all over the world who are interested in seeing the project grow. Take advantage of this opportunity and get in Read More

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, IOTA, Litecoin, NEM, Cardano: Price Analysis, Jan. 25

7 months ago adcity Comments Off on Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, IOTA, Litecoin, NEM, Cardano: Price Analysis, Jan. 25
The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of authors/contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cointelegraph.com. Every investment and trading move involves risk, you should conduct your own research when making a decision. The market data is provided by the HitBTC exchange. The massive upwards movement in cryptocurrencies over 2017 has not gone Read More

Giveth – Open-Source Platform for Building Decentralized Altruistic Communities

7 months ago adcity Comments Off on Giveth – Open-Source Platform for Building Decentralized Altruistic Communities
The Donation Application (DApp) Giveth is re-engineering charitable giving, by creating an entirely free, open-source platform, built on the Ethereum Blockchain. Our system cuts out bureaucracy and enables nonprofits to create a high level of transparency and accountability towards Givers. At any point until the moment funds are locked, a Giver can decide to withdraw Read More

The economic surprise of 2017 was Europe’s best year in a decade

8 months ago adcity Comments Off on The economic surprise of 2017 was Europe’s best year in a decade
Europe didn’t head into 2017 under the best circumstances. Brexit was still relatively new and troubling, Italy’s oldest bank had just collapsed, and a series of upcoming elections were making investors nervous. Twelve months later, the success of Europe’s economy this year has been such a standout surprise it’s even been enjoying its own hashtag: Read More

Archaeologists in Turkey believe they are digging up the original Santa Claus

8 months ago adcity Comments Off on Archaeologists in Turkey believe they are digging up the original Santa Claus
Santa isn’t just a myth made up for kids on Christmas. He did exist and he did give generous gifts, though not via chimneys on Dec. 25, as popular legend tells it. By this time next year, you may even be able to visit him in his original setting, say Turkish archaeologists. What we know Read More

Amazon buying Whole Foods was the best thing that ever happened to Instacart

8 months ago adcity Comments Off on Amazon buying Whole Foods was the best thing that ever happened to Instacart
Grocery stores had been keeping a wary eye on Amazon. When word came in June that the e-commerce giant was buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion, big grocery chains scrambled for a response. They found one in startups like Instacart. The San Francisco-based delivery service has long positioned itself as the “de facto ally of Read More

The ghost economy, partisan feminism, and eight other stories you might have missed

8 months ago adcity Comments Off on The ghost economy, partisan feminism, and eight other stories you might have missed
1. The Mod Squad “I didn’t shake hands for like three years because I figured out that people were disgusting. And I just could not touch people. Most normal people in the world are just f-cking weirdos. I was disgusted by humanity when I left there. So many of my peers, same thing. We all Read More

Former Uber employees have gone into debt to hang onto shares they still can’t sell

8 months ago adcity Comments Off on Former Uber employees have gone into debt to hang onto shares they still can’t sell
Uber employees are lining up to sell their stock to Japanese technology giant SoftBank, which will buy up to 17% of outstanding shares for $33 each. The price represents a 30% discount to Uber’s last valuation, of nearly $70 billion, but for current and former employees, the SoftBank tender offer is a rare chance to Read More

Airlines will get to keep hiding baggage fees, thanks to the Trump administration

8 months ago adcity Comments Off on Airlines will get to keep hiding baggage fees, thanks to the Trump administration
Until a few days ago, a rule proposed under the Obama administration would force airlines to tell you at every step what baggage fees they’re charging you. The idea could have ended the frustratingly common occurrence of booking a ticket thinking you got a deal, only to find out afterward that you’re going to have Read More