Month: June 2017

Life on the rubbish dumps of Paranaque: A photo Essay

Life on the rubbish dumps of Paranaque: A photo Essay

How Filipino children and adults risk their lives to eke out a pathetic living recycling waste Living among rotting rubbish, smoke-filled air and polluted water, these are the men, women and children who spend their lives scouring for recyclable treasures in a garbage-filled abyss – just so they can survive. Each day, as hundreds of…

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There Will Be No Bubble for Bitcoin and Ethereum, Here’s Why

There Will Be No Bubble for Bitcoin and Ethereum, Here’s Why

By Joshua Althauser https://cointelegraph.com/news/there-will-be-no-bubble-for-bitcoin-and-ethereum-heres-why Tech entrepreneur Mark Cuban has recently stated that Bitcoin is facing a bubble. However, Daniel M. Harrison, the CEO of DMH&CO and managing partner of Monkey Capital, reveals that such a thing is impossible due to the market-influencing capabilities of Bitcoin and Ethereum. Market bipolarity The main factor that makes a digital bubble impossible is market…

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Bancor initial coin offering raises over $200 million in three hours to become the largest crowdfunded project ever

Bancor initial coin offering raises over $200 million in three hours to become the largest crowdfunded project ever

Bancor initial coin offering raises over $200 million in three hours to become the largest crowdfunded project ever DOMINIC POWELL / Friday, June 16, 2017 A demo of the Bancor protocol. Source: Bancor.network A new blockchain startup built on the Ethereum platform has become one of the highest funded crowdfunding projects ever, raising approximately $US153 million ($201…

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Money in itself is not evil

Money in itself is not evil

This is from friend, a most dedicated man, the Director of Kigezi Orphans Project, Serving Children the lord! through this orphange. *In 1923, nine of the wealthiest people in the world met at Chicago's Edge Water Beach Hotel*. *Their combined wealth, it is estimated, exceeded the wealth of the Government of the United States at that time*.…

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Sri Lanka: Waste management needs holistic social intervention

Sri Lanka: Waste management needs holistic social intervention

 It is said that in countries such as Sri Lanka, one percent of the urban population, that is at least about 15 million people survive by separating what can be reused from the waste that others dispose of.  Jun 10, 2017Jun 10, 2017 Sri Lanka Guardian Columnists, Feature, Lionel Bopage, Sri LankaNo comments When a country lacks genuine good governance;…

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