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Ethereum VS Bitcoin: Which one has better chances?

Bitcoin’s history of dominating the cryptocurrency industry is well known. After it was launched in 2009, the coin retained a market dominance of 80% or high up to July 2017, when Ethereum’s remarkable growth became undeniable. Today, Ethereum controls 28% […]

Ethereum VS Bitcoin: Which one has better chances?

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Bitcoin’s history of dominating the cryptocurrency industry is well known. After it was launched in 2009, the coin retained a market dominance of 80% or high up to July 2017, when Ethereum’s remarkable growth became undeniable. Today, Ethereum controls 28% […]

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Los Angeles Streets In Safety Crisis

Los Angeles is still the most congested city in the world according to INRIX’s 11th Annual Report, with LA locals spending an average of 104 hours per year stuck

Four Things in America you won’t find In Europe

A lot of the things you find in American homes can also be found in homes around the world. Our culture was borrowed from a mix of many European

Five bizarre crimes and cases involving animals and stupid humans

Pets and criminals don’t usually go hand in hand. Many homeowners buy dogs for the sole purpose of scaring burglars away, even though most dogs would happily run up

Main reasons married couples divorce

Divorce is more common than ever before, with the rate as high as 60% in some US counties. This has a lot to do with the fact that divorce

Birth Rates and Home Values – What is the connection?

Jeff Tucker of Zillow has come up with some surprising new research that shows that birth rates have fallen in the counties where home values have increased the most.

Trends and fads that ended in lawsuits and mega-legal bills

Fads come and go. They capture the attention of the public, they sell millions and then they disappear into the ether. Sometimes it’s because they just fall out of

Elderly abuse in nursing homes

There are more than 1.4 million Americans living in nursing homes today, according to the CDC.  More than 80 percent are aged 65 and older and many need extra medical care

Steve Foley lets LA businesses see the future for memory card technology

The humble memory card is something businesses in LA often take for granted. Some businesses have phased flash drives out entirely. But business leader Steve Foley, who runs www.bulkmemorycards.com 

The ways in which virtual reality will change the world

Virtual reality is one of the most exciting techs in development right now. It could be set to change the way we game and the way we consume many

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