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How Online Installment Loans Work?

Given the current economic conditions, saving can be a difficult task. Statistics show that approximately 69% of Americans have less than a $1,000 in their account. In trying circumstances, one might need to take out large sums of money and that’s were online installment loans come into play. Read More

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What Is Cryptojacking?

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What is cryptojacking and why should you be concerned with it? It’s something I think about every time my cell phone begins operating slower than usual, or my laptop behaves in unexpected ways; some of the causes for both are routine, and some of the potential causes are definitely NOT. What’s the difference?

Computer experts routinely warn consumers to pay attention to the performance of their devices as unusual behavior, slow response times, and other issues may be caused by a computer virus or other hacking attempts.

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What Are the Merchants That Accept Ripple As Payment

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What are the merchants that accept Ripple as payment? If you are not familiar with Ripple, the company’s official site describes itself as “the only enterprise blockchain company today with products in commercial use”. A July 2020 article by the Daily Hodl notes that Ripple has grown more than 45% in the first half of 2020.

The Ripple global payments network features some “300 customers across 40+ countries and 
six continents”. Ripple (also referred to as XRP) is considered by some as one of the most popular cryptocurrencies behind Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc. And the list of investors is impressive; Seagate, Accenture, and SBI Group are just a few of the companies working with Ripple.

But who accepts Ripple as payment?

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5 Things You Should Know About Day Trading Cryptocurrencies

Day trading is the practice of trading some sort of financial product or asset on an exchange over a short period of time, from a few hours to just a few seconds. It takes its name from the practice of buying an asset and selling it before the end of the day. The idea is to make a quick profit on the transaction by buying the asset right before it goes up and selling it before it has a chance to go down. Read More

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Signs You’re Managing Your Warehouses Correctly

Is your warehouse operating as intended? The importance of managing your warehouse properly and making sure it’s always in first-rate condition is absolute. Every tool, shelf, freezer, and all equipment should work at tip-top performance and within mandated specs. Read More