Bitcoin
Bitcoin Falls – Will it Rise Again? By The Motley Fool

© Reuters. Bitcoin Falls – Will it Rise Again?

(CRYPTO:BTC) is in the midst of a pronounced downtrend. Down 19% for the year, it just keeps on sliding. As of this writing, BTC had shed 0.85% for the day on Monday. That followed a brief recovery in the price over the weekend. At its lowest point of the year, Bitcoin had fallen 22% for the year to that date. So, we’ve seen a small recovery, but not enough for BTC to retake its former highs. The question is, will BTC ever regain the momentum it needs to get back to

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Media
Tell the “terrible truth” that Russian invaders are killing Ukrainian children – HotAir

Ukraine’s First Lady Olena Zelenska uses social media to get her messages out, in particular her Instagram account. She has 2.3 million followers. Her latest posts have centered around naming Ukrainian children who have died from Russian forces attacks and telling a bit about them.

On Sunday, she posted a long description of the killing of Ukrainian children and issued a plea for the media to get the stories out that Russians are killing civilians “consciously and cynically.” She also asked for a no-fly zone and for humanitarian corridors to allow Ukrainians to leave.

The Russian occupiers are killing Ukrainian

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News
Volodymyr Zelensky says attack is ‘murder, deliberate murder’

A civilian disaster is growing in Ukraine as attempts to evacuate residents of besieged port city Mariupol failed for a second day, with President Volodymyr Zelensky denouncing “murder” as he warned of more shelling to come on Monday.

New shelling and attacks have sent soaring numbers of refugees fleeing, sometimes under fire, as the death toll mounts.

“It’s murder, deliberate murder,” Mr Zelensky raged in an address.

“We will not forgive, we will not forget, we will punish everyone who committed atrocities in this war on our land.

“There will be no quiet place on this Earth except the grave.”

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News
American news networks go dark in Russia – HotAir

If you flip on the news today, you might notice something a bit different. Most of the major news networks will not be cutting away to their reporters in Moscow or any other locations inside of Russia. That’s because those news teams have gone dark. On top of every other maniacal thing that Vladimir Putin has already done, the dictator announced yesterday that any journalists who report anything other than state-approved (false) stories about the situation in Ukraine would be arrested and sentenced to up to three to fifteen years in prison. And the new law would apply to foreign

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Marketing Offline
Growth marketing is not a magic trick, says Ellen Jantsch of Tuff – TechCrunch

If you are looking for a growth marketing playbook, stop reading now, because you won’t get one from Tuff. The agency’s founder Ellen Jantsch makes it clear: There’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to growth.

The team at Tuff knows their stuff — and it’s precisely why they are not selling “magic” or any kind of “mysterious secret sauce.” Instead, they are betting on transparency and experimentation, and it seems to be working well: The agency was warmly recommended to TechCrunch multiple times via our growth marketing survey. (You can share your own recommendations here!)

For instance, Luke

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Smartphone
Carl Pei’s Nothing is working on a smartphone – TechCrunch

Seven years after cofounding OnePlus, Carl Pei left the smartphone maker in 2020 to launch his own venture. The company that became Nothing has, to date, launched a single product: the ear (1) transparent earbuds. But it seems the executive is readying a return to the industry where he made his name.

Nothing has been working on a smartphone for over a year and plans to unveil it by next month, a source with direct knowledge of the matter told TechCrunch. The entrepreneur has shown off a prototype of the device in meetings with several key executives from the

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