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9 Jun 1:30pm Rose Callaghan: the 10 funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet)
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We asked professional funny people what makes them laugh, and where we can find it online. Here are
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9 Jun 11:15am Updated El Salvador becomes first country to adopt bitcoin as legal tender
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Lawmakers voted in favor of President Nayib Bukele’s proposal despite concern about potential impact on program with the IMF El Salvador has become the first country in the world to adopt bitcoin as legal tender after its congress approved President Nayib Bukele’s proposal to embrace the cryptocurrency in a bid to promote “financial inclusion”, investment and economic development. Bukele, a media-savvy former mayor of the capital, San Salvador, who was elected president in a landslide victory two years ago, is known for
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9 Jun 6:27am Vertigo the game: could it delete the horrific history of movie tie-ins?
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A new French project ‘inspired’ by the Hitchcock classic could point the way to video games that riff off a film-maker’s wider aesthetic
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9 Jun 1:00am Hook to plate: how blockchain tech could turn the tide for sustainable fishing
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Could using digital tags to track fish reduce seafood fraud, help conservation and hold everyone in the supply chain to account? In recent weeks, a new $50m (£35m) hybrid vessel set sail from Mauritius and headed out into the Southern Ocean where the crew will spend three months longline fishing for the Patagonian toothfish. By the time the fish are brought back, processed and sent to customers, consumers will know where and when that specific fish was caught, which boat landed it, who processed it and which certifications have been met. The technology enabling this is blockchain. “From the day it’s landed to when it ends up on someone’s plate, blockchain gives toothfish traceability right from the start,” says Steve Paku, captain of the Cape Arkona. “People can just
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