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Winklevoss-led Gemini announces a self-regulatory group for crypto

 Gemini, run by the Winklevoss twins, is one of the most Wall Street oriented exchanges on the crypto markets. Originally envisioned as “bitcoin in a suit,” it is now leading the way in self regulation with a new Virtual Commodity Association, a self-regulating group that aims to take the guesswork out of crypto in the future. “We believe a thoughtful SRO framework that provides… Read More

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Kayak’s new AR feature will tell you if your carry-on bag fits the overhead bin

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