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While Hollywood idles, Japan’s box office is now breaking records

Demon Slayer, an anime film based on a popular comic series, shattered the record for the biggest opening weekend in Japanese history.

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Bitcoin Bar ‘Room 77’ Shuts Down

Mission Accomplished: Bitcoin Bar 'Room 77' Shuts DownRoom 77, the German bar and restaurant that claims to be the first retail outfit in the world to accept bitcoin payments, has shut down. Cypherpunk Holdings chief economist Jon Matonis broke the news on Twitter. Bar owner Jorg Platzer later confirmed it on Reddit. “Room 77 is closing for good,” Platzer revealed in a […]

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Venture capital firms are collaborating to offer equity-free grants to keep Nigerian startups alive

The grants of up to $20,000 will only be offered to startups that have raised seed capital and had accrued annual revenues of $60,000 before the pandemic

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Disney is testing if its streaming subscribers will pay $30 extra to watch “Mulan”

The pandemic convinced Disney to try a hybrid model of film distribution, putting “Mulan” online in some markets and in theaters in others.

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Netflix is happy to buy up the movies Hollywood studios can’t release

The unloading of major studio films onto streaming is just another way the pandemic has upended how Hollywood does business.

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The NBA returns tonight, and it’ll look like nothing you’ve seen before

The absence of fans will allow TV networks to experiment with the broadcast. For viewers at home, the result will be at once intimate and eerie.

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Is the Coronavirus Pandemic Behind the Bitcoin Binge?

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Cryptocurrency trading, especially Bitcoin and Ethereum among others, saw a sharp rise at the beginning of 2020. Trading has been on a steady incline since February and doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Especially since it has been sustained through the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Is the pandemic the reason for the sudden Bitcoin […]

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