The more turbulent the years, the more volatile the cryptocurrency market. While everyone was still discussing the third halving of the market, the "black swan" event, coughed forth by the fears of the Coronavirus, ruthlessly cut the price of all cryptocurrencies in half, followed by a quick rebound from the lowest point by more than 60%. Contract purchases inevitably will become this year's most competitive main battlefield on exchanges. As a new entrant, the founder of Bityard knows clearly that in order to gain a solid placement in the highly competitive contract market, innovation must be achieved. … [Read more...] about Bityard Has Now Officially Launched, Register now and earn 258 USDT for Free
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Gov't and private sector must join hands to lift start-up community Ly Dinh Quan, director of the Songhan Incubator, one of the first private start-up incubators in Vietnam, talks with reporter Chi Lan about the role of the private sector to support a new generation of start-ups in Vietnam. … [Read more...] about NextTech invests in VN chatbot platform
Since early February, students have been stuck at home, while many offices were temporarily closed as of April 1, making entertaining packages such as K+ and Netflix a must for people looking to ease the tedium. The most popular content on these channels are drama, film, entertainment, game shows, reality TV and sports. … [Read more...] about Online entertainment grows thanks to COVID-19
Antibiotics have no known effect on the SARS-CoV-2 virus, but to prevent secondary bacterial infection, antibiotics are often administered to more severe cases. Even with aggressive, virus-based pneumonia, it is usually possible to recover. If the bacteria are susceptible antibiotics can treat or prevent secondary bacterial infections allowing the immune system to concentrate on fighting the viral infection. This might be one reason for the much lower mortality rate in Germany, having lower prevalence of superbugs in their hospitals. … [Read more...] about A deadly mix of Covid-19 and superbugs may be the cause of high death rates in Italy – could this also happen in Việt Nam and can it be prevented?
“We are a member of the International Monetary Fund,” he said. “We made a request for loan from them and if they exercise discrimination between Iran and other countries, it is clear that neither we, nor global public opinion will tolerate that,” he added. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Iran appeals for $5bn IMF loan as deaths pass 4,000