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How Does Bitcoin Use More Electricity Per Transaction

There is a lot of discussion going around about how much electricity does a typical bitcoin network use. The problem is, of course, that there is no way of measuring the electricity consumption of the whole network. When people are talking about how much power a computer uses, they are usually only referring to the […]

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Personal Financial Advice

When looking for personal financial advice, it’s important to know how the process works. There are three main parts to any financial plan: assets, liabilities, and investment funds. Your financial adviser is a representative of all three of these areas. They will take you through an integrated step-by-steps approach so that you can create a […]

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Money Management, Budgeting and Investing Is Key Components of a Solid Financial Future

Money management is the act of budgeting, assessing, investing, monitoring taxes of one’s money that also goes by the name of investment management. The first manager or accountant was typically a barter person who would deal directly with their customers for money. Since then money management has evolved into an intricate process that includes computer […]

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Which Cryptocurrencies Show the Most Promise?

“Every day, we see a slew of new and diverse coins emerge, presenting investors with a vast choice of investment opportunity. At the same time, we also see many crashes,” said Netmarble CEO and President Kevin Chou in an interview with Tech Crunch. “With a number of exchanges operating across the globe, there are many […]

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Best Places to buy a home in 2021

With a whole load of savings to be made this year when you come to buying a home, March 2021 should definitely be on your mind if you’re looking to get yourself onto the property ladder sooner rather than later. With the Chancellor announcing a Stamp Duty Holiday that could have you saving up to […]

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Rental Arrears Up By Nearly 25%

During the last year, the number of tenants who are struggling to pay their rent has risen by a quarter, according to new figures compiled by industry insiders. The rental market is booming at the moment, so rents are higher than ever and more people are finding themselves getting into arrears with their landlords. The […]

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When the Need Comes: Building Your Emergency Fund

Unemployment, medical emergencies, unexpected car repairs, natural disasters, and a million other things could be the makings of a horror story in the life of an average working adult. However, do they really have to be? Often, because of their unexpected nature, these emergencies are more than most people’s budgets can handle. Building an emergency […]

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