Humanitix makes a virtue out of booking fees

Two young Sydneysiders have created a service that could change the way you feel about booking fees. Humanitix is an online ticketing platform backed by tech giants Google and Atlassian – and also a not-for-profit organisation funding education projects in Australia and abroad. Humanitix founders Adam McCurdie and Joshua Ross.Credit:Renee Nowytarger “Ticketing is seen as a necessary evil, there's billions […]

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Students are ‘handing out £5 to encourage peers to use betting apps’

University students are ‘handing out £5 notes to their peers’ to encourage them to use betting apps after being recruited to promote gambling, report claims Investigation found students handing out £5 to get others to use gambling apps Understood agencies paid University of Manchester students to sign people up Gambling companies involved, Kwiff and BetBull, said they had no idea […]

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Binance rolls out native GBP-backed stablecoin on Binance Jersey to diversify trading options

A week in the cryptocurrency world cannot go by without an announcement from Binance. Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by ‘real volume,’ has announced that its native-stablecoin would be listed on Binance Jersey. BGBP, the Great British Pound [GBP]-backed stablecoin, will be added to Binance Jersey, the fiat-to-crypto exchange to expand its trading options. Presently, the exchange only offers […]

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Riots break out in Puerto Rico after governor's comments about women and gays

The governor of Puerto Rico is under increasing pressure to resign, after he made ‘sexist and homophobic’ comments in leaked text conversations with officials. Protests erupted after the Centre for Investigative Journalism published over 800 pages of texts on Saturday. In the chats on the encrypted messaging app Telegram, governor Rossello calls one New York female politician of Puerto Rican […]

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Deeming rate change a good outcome for pensioners

Some pensioner groups have been criticising the latest changes to deeming rates, but it has to be said that the new deeming rates announced by the government on Sunday are more than fair. In fact, the difference between what retirees actually earn on their investments and the lesser amount that the government deems they have earned, remains on the generous […]

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Venus Williams whips out a selfie stick at Wimbledon

That’s not ace! Venus Williams breaks Wimbledon’s strict courtside rules by whipping out a selfie stick as she watches sister Serena playing with Andy Murray Venus Williams broke Wimbledon courtside rules by whipping out a selfie stick   She was watching her sister Serena’s doubles match with Sir Andy Murray  The Wimbledon champion pulled out her camera 15 minutes into the […]

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Is Bitcoin (BTC) Breaking Out?

Bitcoin (BTC) is up above $9,500 and is now looking to rally towards $10,000. Ethereum (ETH) is also in the green. Other than that, most top ten cryptocurrencies except Binance Coin (BNB) are in the red but they are eyeing recovery as well. Looking at the chart for XBT/USD, we can see that Bitcoin (BTC) still has room to rally […]

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First Job Out of College? 3 Things to Do With Your First Paycheck

Congratulations on your first real job! Now make sure you’re managing your income wisely. Image source: Getty Images. Continue Reading Below Getting a job after graduating college is an exciting milestone, but your first official paycheck is really something to celebrate. Once that money is in your hands, or, most likely, hits your checking account, you may be tempted to […]

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Climate protesters turn out as Europe votes on parliament

Young demonstrators take part in a demonstration organised by ‘Global Strike 4 Climate’ near Parliament in London, Friday, May 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth) Protesters are holding rallies in several European Union countries to demand tougher action against global warming, as the 28-nation bloc votes to fill the European Parliament. Continue Reading Below Thousands attended a rally Friday in Berlin, […]

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