Litecoin Is Down By More Than 10% In The Past Month. Will The Same Fate Awaits Metacryp?

As with any physical phenomenon we experience, certain internal and external factors contribute to it. The same logic applies to the crypto market, where particular coins rise even in the bear market while others fail spectacularly. Although it is true that typically, all the altcoins follow Bitcoin’s (BTC) trajectory, there are certain cases when this isn’t the consensus. Seeing into the future is impossible, but with a little luck and serendipity, one can predict which coins will join the ashes of history and which will reign supreme. Today, we will…

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Can Avalanche AndQuilvius Upgrade Your Crypto Wallet?

Everyone is fearing for the future of the global economy and not only because we have not recovered successfully from the consequences of the global lockdown but also because of the current geopolitical climate that is influencing the western economy. Recently, the stock market entered the bear market territory. Digital finance followed the trend, and the world witnessed another crypto market collapse. Unlike traditional economies, cryptocurrencies and the crypto market relatively benefit from the volatility that affects price value changes. Buying the dip has been a trend for those purchasing…

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Closely Watching Overall Availability And Prices Of Pulses: Centre

The central government on Friday said that it is closely watching the overall availability and prices of pulses in the domestic as well as overseas markets to take necessary preemptive measures in an event of unwarranted price rise in the upcoming high-demand festival months.  On top of the sufficient overall availability of pulses in the domestic market, the government is currently holding about 38 lakh tons of pulses which are being released in the market to further augment the stocks available in the market. The department of consumer affairs also…

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IIP Growth Slows Down To 12.3% YoY In June

In June 2021, IIP growth was high on account of economic activity coming to a halt in the comparative period of June 2020 because of the nationwide lockdown imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic India’s Industrial growth in the month of June as reflected by the Index of Industrial Production (IIP), fell to 12.3 per cent compared to 19.6 per cent in May. The Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSPI) on Friday released provisional IIP data for June.  The manufacturing sector recorded a growth of 12.5…

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Should India Ban The Export Of Carbon Credits To International Markets?

If you are an active climate action crusader, by now you must have heard or read about the recent statement by Cabinet Minister Shri RK Singh during the discussions in the Lok Sabha on the proposed amendments to the Energy Conservation Act 2022 wherein he stated that India will ban the export of carbon credits to international markets until the country’s commitment of reduction of 45 per cent emission intensity of GDP is met.   Before we decipher this statement, let’s briefly ponder on India’s climate action journey thus far. …

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Spencer Records A Consolidated Net Loss Of Rs. 33.63 Crore In Q1

Spencer’s Retail Ltd’s regulatory filing showed Rs. 33.63 crore worth of consolidated net loss in the first quarter.  In the same quarter, a year ago, the firm had clocked a net loss of Rs 23.55 crore, as per the regulatory filing.  There was an additional surge of 12.5 per cent in its revenue from operations to reach Rs. 621 crores during the first quarter, as compared to Rs. 552 crores in the year-ago period. Additionally, there was a surge in the company’s total expenses which were recorded at 12.47 per…

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India’s Retail Inflation Eases To 6.71% In July From 7.01% In June

India’s consumer price-based (CPI) inflation declined to 6.71 per cent in July on an annual basis, from 7.01 per cent in June, amid easing food and oil prices, according to the data released by the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSPI) on Friday.  However, the numbers stayed above the Reserve Bank of India’s tolerance band of 2 per cent to 6 per cent for the seventh month in a row.  The RBI retained the inflation forecast for FY23 at 6.7 per cent amid “geopolitical shocks” and hoped that inflationary…

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Employee Experience In 2022: Change Or Be Changed

In a late 2021 blog, Forrester Research stated that “2022 Will Go Down As The Year Executives Were Forced To Care About Employee Experience.”It sounds threatening – after all, “forced” is such a physical and evocative word – but the reality is that any savvy leader in an IT organisation shouldn’t need to be forced to care about it. Instead, they should be embracing it with the proverbial “open arms”. Understanding what employee experience means for IT (it’s a big part of the “why?”) – Many employee experience definitions believe…

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These Coins Are The “Dogecoin Killers” – Shiba Inu And Freewoly

In the earlier years of meme coins, Dogecoin was regarded as the most influential and popular meme coin because it was created for the sole purpose of making fun of Bitcoin. Dogecoin operated on an independent blockchain and made it easier and faster for miners to complete, record, and process their transactions; this made it one of the most efficient meme coins and changed the view traders and users had about meme coins just being for jokes and entertainment. In recent times, there has been a significant rise in the…

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NMDC Is Looking To Explore Minerals Like Lithium And Cobalt: MD Sumit Deb

State-owned NMDC is looking to explore minerals like lithium and cobalt, which are used in electric vehicles, in foreign lands, its chairman and managing director Sumit Deb said on Friday. The company is also planning offshore mining of copper, nickel and gold, Deb said. NMDC through Legacy Iron Ore Ltd in Australia is looking to mine lithium, nickel, and cobalt which are used in EVs, Deb said at the curtain raiser of a FICCI event, Indian Minerals and Metals Industry Transition Towards 2030 & Vision 2047, here. Based in Perth,…

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