$3.7 Billion Worth of Bitcoin Options Will Expire Today
Money

$3.7 Billion Worth of Bitcoin Options Will Expire Today

Even among highs and lows, the demand for Bitcoin has been getting more attention. $3.7 billion worth of Bitcoin options will expire today, an all time record for the cryptocurrency. Here's what that means for the market.
Bitcoin Won’t Be Used for Another 5 Years at Least According to Mike Novogratz
Money

Bitcoin Won’t Be Used for Another 5 Years at Least According to Mike Novogratz

The billionaire investor believes that Bitcoin won’t be used as your typical currency in the coming five years, terming the digital currency as “digital gold” as more banks and other players in financials are still developing capacities needed to support the currency.
Amazon Stock Can Jump Nearly 16% in 2020 as Coronavirus Pandemic Boosts Demand
Business

Amazon Stock Can Jump Nearly 16% in 2020 as Coronavirus Pandemic Boosts Demand

According to analysts, Amazon is expected to continue with its top-line acceleration in the near future and finish 2020 strong, way over expectations.
Trump Threatens Iran with an Act That Could Be Considered a War Crime
Politics

Trump Threatens Iran with an Act That Could Be Considered a War Crime

First communicated via Twitter and then doubled down on a White House press conference, Trump threatened to target several cultural sites in the Persian nation, something that would easily constitute a war crime.
Hong Kong Police is Shooting Protesters at Point Blank Range
Politics

Hong Kong Police is Shooting Protesters at Point Blank Range

The police in Hong Kong is under new scrutiny after a video surfaced online showing them shooting live rounds in clashes with protesters.
Trump is Asking California to Pay $2.5 Billion Back for Bullet Train
Politics

Trump is Asking California to Pay $2.5 Billion Back for Bullet Train

The Trump administration announced that it will cancel the $926 million awarded to the state of California as part of funding for a high-speed railway line from San Francisco to Los Angeles, and also demanded that the state returns an additional $2.5 billion that has already been spent on the project.

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