Coinbase Probably the best-known crypto exchange View Now at Coinbase See details Kraken A monster of a crypto exchange View Now at Kraken See details Binance.US Lots of currencies, but US restrictions and UI issues View Now at Binance.US See details Gemini Because...the founders are the Winklevoss twins View Now at Gemini See details Bittrex Lots of currencies and flat-fee trading View Now at Bittrex See details Show More (1 items) Coinmama Accepts credit and debit cards, plus Apple Pay View Now at Coinmama See details Cryptocurrency exchanges are a lot like the auction house in World of Warcraft. Like in WoW, you're buying and selling digital goods, except this time you're buying and selling, say, Dogecoin instead of Crystalized Dread . Basically, crypto exchanges help traders acquire or divest cryptocurrency holdings. They do this by converting … [Read more...] about Top crypto exchange 2021: The exchanges to know
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Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney over the simultaneous streaming release of Black Widow , which debuted the same day in theaters and on Disney Plus through its Premier Access service. The suit was filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court and alleges that Johansson’s contract with Marvel Entertainment, which is owned by Disney, ensured a “wide theatrical release” of the film. The suit says it’s “well understood” that the agreement meant an exclusive release that would not include streaming. Johansson’s salary was in part based on the box office performance of the film, the suit says, meaning the streaming offer could meaningfully cut into her paycheck. “Disney knew that the cannibalization of [box office receipts] by Disney+ would save Marvel (and by extension, Disney) ‘very large’ amounts of money that it would otherwise owe Ms. Johansson,” the lawsuit states. “On information and belief, Disney intentionally induced Marvel’s breach of the Agreement, without justification, … [Read more...] about Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney over Black Widow’s streaming release
Between November 1936 and November 1937, H.G. Wells gave a series of lectures in Great Britain, France, and the US about the world’s impending problems and how to solve them. The lectures were first published under the title " World Brain" in 1938, and they’re sweeping in scope. Wells argued for rearranging both education and the distribution of knowledge and thought we should probably get rid of nationalism while we’re at it. MIT Press has just issued a compendium of these lectures , along with related material Wells presented as magazine articles and radio addresses. The collection also includes a foreword by the science fiction writer Bruce Sterling and an introduction by Joseph Reagle, an associate professor of communication studies at Northeastern who writes and teaches about popular culture , digital communication , and online communities . Unequal information Humanity had all of the information necessary to live together in peace … [Read more...] about H.G. Wells’ “World Brain” is now here—what have we learned since?