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China warns citizens mining cryptocurrencies in Angola

The Chinese Embassy has issued a warning to Chinese people living in Angola, reminding them that they could be arrested for mining cryptocurrencies in the African country. The statement comes days after Angola banned mining

SOS Made Cuts in Healthcare, That’s Why Meloni Was Rejected by His Own Government While nearly 2 million Italians have abandoned treatment, funding in the healthcare system continues to be cut despite the Prime Minister’s statements: These are exactly the data announced by the Minister of Economy Giancarlo Giorgetti. Cuts to public health are on paper

Giorgia Meloni keeps repeating: His government is not cutting health services. As a matter of fact, according to the Prime

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Ethereum update could cause wallets to steal your cryptocurrencies

After the Shapella (Shanghai + Capella) and Dencun (Deneb + ​​Cancún) hard forks, the Ethereum is already preparing for the next update. Phone call Pectra (Prague + Electricity)she must present the controversial improvement proposal EIP-3074.

Citizens lost the debate | David Ordaz

David Ordaz Yesterday the first debate took place between the three presidential candidates: Claudia Sheinbaum, Xochitl Galvez and Jorge Alvarez

Disaster risk How the new compulsory insurance against natural disasters works Italy is among the countries most affected by earthquakes and climate changes but least protected. More than 6 million policies will need to be issued by law in just 8 months. There are those who describe this as a new property tax and believe that government intervention to compensate for damages can no longer be the only viable option. But so far the government has been late and insurance companies have been left in chaos

Climate change, overbuilding and poor maintenance of land have a huge impact on the damage caused by natural disasters, and

SOS Made Cuts in Healthcare, That’s Why Meloni Was Rejected by His Own Government While nearly 2 million Italians have abandoned treatment, funding in the healthcare system continues to be cut despite the Prime Minister’s statements: These are exactly the data announced by the Minister of Economy Giancarlo Giorgetti. Cuts to public health are on paper

Giorgia Meloni keeps repeating: His government is not cutting health services. As a matter of fact, according to the Prime

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