Daily Archives: 03.01.2021

XRP Crashes as Coinbase to Suspend Trading In January

Source: Adobe/sorapop The fourth-largest cryptoasset, XRP, crashed to September lows after US-based major exchange Coinbase said it will join other trading platforms in suspending trading in this coin in January due to a recent regulatory crackdown on XRP-affiliated Ripple. At the time of writing (04:03 UTC), XRP trades at USD 0.2248 and is down by almost 21% in a day ...

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New ferry service linking Rosslare to Dunkirk sets sail

The DFDS route is aimed at transport companies and truck drivers who previously used the UK land bridge A new ferry service linking Rosslare Europort to Dunkirk in north-eastern France got under way today, with the first ship making the crossing fully booked. The DFDS route is aimed at transport companies and truck drivers who previously used the UK land ...

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The Personnel of Space Force Will be Called Guardians

In October of 2018, the Trump administration announced the creation of the U.S. Space Force (USSF), previously known as the U.S. Air Force Space Command (AFSPC). The decision was formalized on December 20th, 2019, with the signing of the National Defense Authorization Act for 2020 (NDAA 2020). Since then, the USSF has taken steps to establish all the particulars of ...

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Chinese mission returned nearly 4 pounds of lunar samples

Staff members handle the capsule containing lunar samples returned by the Chang’e 5 mission. Credit: Xinhua Chinese officials say they plan to share a portion of the nearly 4 pounds of lunar material returned by the Chang’e 5 mission with other countries, but an allocation for U.S. scientists will hinge on a change in U.S. policy restricting cooperation between NASA ...

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