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6 major companies that accept crypto

Looking for companies that accept crypto as payment? There are actually many mainstream retailers already accepting cryptocurrency through third-party payment networks. Below, we’ll take a look at six of them and how you can pay with your cryptocurrency at each one.

Want to use your Bitcoin for your morning latte? You can pay with crypto at Starbucks through an app recently added the ability to use Ether

It works through the Starbucks app, where it’s available as an alternative payment option.

Learn Crypto with Jenn

When I started my journey to learn crypto back in November 2021, I knew absolutely nothing about the world I was entering. I was a complete crypto newbie, and while I heard of things like Bitcoin and Dogecoin before, I never really paid much attention.

But as I began my journey, I quickly started to learn about crypto, decentralization, and blockchain technology. Over seven weeks, I began researching projects to invest in, exploring wallets and exchanges, and made my first official investment.

Small business crypto payment guide

Are you looking for a small business crypto payment guide to learn how to do business in cryptocurrency? Buying goods and services with – and accepting payment for – goods and services requires a little set-up, just like any merchant account. Luckily, the industry has come a long way in the last 5 years and it’s now possible for businesses to fully transact in crypto.

According to Nerd Wallet, there is $1 billion worth of Bitcoin transactions every day. When you consider all the other cryptos o

Crypto due diligence checklist: 17 things you should know before investing in crypto

This crypto due diligence checklist will help you figure out where to start and how to develop a comprehensive plan for your investment strategy, from finding reliable resources for analysis - including how to DYOR (do your own research), to learning how to analyze coins and their

BUILD Act Introduced to House Committee on Foreign Affairs

On February 27, Congressman Ted Yoho (R-FL) led a bipartisan effort that brought H.R. 5105, otherwise known as the Better Utilization of Investments Leading to Development (BUILD) Act, to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

The goal of this bill is to make foreign aid programs more efficient through consolidation. The BUILD Act specifically targets development finance programs or foreign aid programs that assist other countries financially. The bill will consolidate all these foreign aid pr

UW Medical Center nurses vote in favor of fair share membership language

A vote to add fair share membership language to the UW Medical Center (UWMC) nurses’ contract passed by a large margin. The voting was done online, from June 28 to July 7, and the new policy has already gone into effect.

Prior to the implementation of fair share membership language, membership to the Washington State Nurses Association (WSNA) was optional, and non-members were not required to pay for the representation they received.

Fair share membership language requires nurses who choose no

Redefining trash: The cost of improperly sorting garbage

Sorting through the plastics, papers, glass bottles, and food scraps leftover from lunch can leave students feeling frustrated. Too often, all the trash ends up in the same bin.

While some trash bins around campus have pictures with examples of trash pictured above its appropriate receptacle in an effort to get people to dispose of their garbage correctly, the problem of incorrect disposal continues to persist.


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