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Bitcoin rises 3.4% to $24,584; up 39.7% from year low in June
Bitcoin rose 3.36% to $24,584.24 at 1707 GMT on Saturday, adding $798.93 to its previous close.
Bitcoin, the world's biggest, best-known cryptocurrency, is up 39.7% from the year's low of $17,592.78, hit on June 18.
Ether , the coin linked to the ethereum blockchain network,rose 0.61 % to $1,734.08 on Saturday, adding $10.46 to its previous close.
Gov Rankin concerned about recent amendments to Register of Interests Act
Governor John J. Rankin, CMG has expressed concern that the recently amended Register of Interests Act may significantly restrict public access to the Register.
SEC Probes Coinbase on Staking, Asset Classification, Stablecoin Products
Coinbase said the SEC’s requests have to do with the company’s staking programs, asset listing process, classification of assets and stablecoin products.
We believe UK Order in Council should be withdrawn– Premier Wheatley
Virgin Islands Premier and Minister of Finance, Dr the Hon Natalio D. Wheatley (R7) says his Government of National Unity continues to deliver on the CoI recommendations in keep...
Horoscope makeup is trending: Check your beauty vibe based on your zodiac sign
Horoscopes haven't been this big since we stopped reading Mizz Magazine in the noughties. But they're back and even more specific, with horoscope makeup, horoscope hair and even...
Aircraft aborting landing @ Beef Island was not airport’s fault- BVIAA CEO
The reason for the aircraft of Sky High Aviation Services aborting a scheduled landing at Terrance B. Lettsome Airport last night, August 10, 2022, rests with the pilot and airl...
A Modern Indian Brutalist House With Artistic Touches
A brutalist home in India with a blend of modern architecture & traditional Indian interior elements. Featuring open living spaces & a unique staircase design.
UK unlikely to grant request to remove Order in Council– Hon Malone
Opposition Member in the Virgin Islands (VI) House of Assembly (HoA), Hon Carvin Malone (AL) has warned that should the VI ask to have the United Kingdom (UK) remove reserved Or...
Work from home: a meal, a waitress and a robot
A woman who uses a wheelchair is able to work as a waitress at a Mong Kok restaurant from her Tsing Yi home, thanks to a robot that allows her to remotely serve customers.
Solar-powered crosswalks coming to Road Town
Deputy Premier and Minister for Communications and Works, Honourable Kye M. Rymer (R5) said the Government of the Virgin Islands is in the process of adding another component to...
Young workers have been hit hardest by COVID fallout, says UN labor agency
The number of young people globally who can’t find a job this year is set to reach 73 million – that’s a full six million more than before COVID-19, the UN labor agency said on ...
VI Conch & Whelk Season closes August 15, 2022
Commercial fishers and the public are notified that the Conch (Strombus gigas) and Whelk (Cittarium pica) fishing season will be closed on August 15, 2022, in accordance with th...
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