Wahl-O-Mat vs. Wahl-Kompass – which is better?

Hagen/Muenster. Regional elections in North Rhine-Westphalia: a professor at the University of Münster criticizes the Wahl-O-Mat of the Federal Agency for Civic Education. Counters of Bonn. Ft tjoe opdi xfojhf Ubhf cjt {vs Mboeubhtxbim jo OSX/ Xfs opdi ojdiu xfjà- xfmdifs Qbsufj fs tfjof Tujnnf hfcfo tpmm pefs xfs fjogbdi ovs fjonbm uftufo n÷diuf- xjf … Read more

This is how the May Day rally in Neuss went

May 1, 2022 at 5:33 p.m. May Day rally in Neuss : Call for more digitization in schools For the first time in two years, a May Day rally organized by the Confederation of German Trade Unions (DGB) took place in the market square of Neuss. Photo: Andreas Woitschützke Neuss Accompanied by many prominent local … Read more

MiamiCoin and Co.: what do City Coins do?

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez continues to emphasize that the city is the crypto capital of the world. The reasons for this are the installation of companies such as eToro and Blockchain.com in Miami, the relocation of the Bitcoin conference to the city and also the introduction of MiamiCoin as one of the four tokens of … Read more

Ripple (XRP): Record activity according to CEO Garlinghouse – but outside the US

Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse reports record activity, also with XRP. But lawsuits in the United States are blocking the market there. In New York, the judge tightened the trial schedule. If Ripple (XRP) didn’t go through the mammoth process with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, the company and its cryptocurrency would be on … Read more

Michael Chobanian, how is crypto helping in the war against Russia?

Michael Chobanian is considered the “godfather of cryptocurrencies” in Ukraine. The son of a miner becomes one of the first Ukrainian Bitcoin miners, in 2015 he founded the country’s first crypto exchange Kuna and set up the first Bitcoin ATM. Today, the 38-year-old leads the Ukrainian government’s official crypto fundraising campaign. Over $100 million in … Read more

Panama opens the door to cryptocurrencies and tokens

IIn Panama, parliament on Thursday approved a law regulating the use and marketing of cryptocurrency assets. In this Central American country, known as a hub for offshore financial services, this allows the private and public use of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, for example to pay taxes. The law is broader than that of El Salvador, … Read more