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Is DeSantis Being Groomed For U.S. President?
Truthblast posted a topic in Today's NewsDeSantis gives a rousing speech slamming "Davos jetsetters" and "technocratic elites" bla bla bla. But does he really mean it, or he just another "frontman of ze narrative"? (NOTE: THE VIDEO AT THE BOTTOM IS THE LONG ONE) https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ron-desantis-flames-davos-jetsetters-technocratic-elites-fiery-inauguration-speech
I don't own any crypto myself, but the numbers are awful... (Live Coin Values, Percentage Change Is On The Very Right Of The Table) https://www.livecoinwatch.com/ Article: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.vice.com/amp/en/article/88gyy4/its-a-bloodbath-the-crypto-crash-is-real Volatility is the bread and butter of the cryptocurrency market. But these days it’s in absolute shambles as Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency that the rest of crypto market tends to tailgate, keeps plummeting partly because it’s heavily correlated to the stock market—also in shambles—and partly because a long-feared crypto timebomb called Terra-Luna has just exploded. “Crypto is dead,” declared columnist Ross Clark writing in British conservative magazine The Spectator. As it happens in every crash, crypto investors–retail and institutional–coped with memes; Michael Saylor, whose company MicroStrategy is one of the largest holders of bitcoin, posted a photoshopped meme of himself working at McDonald’s. “It’s over,” has become another running gag. It’s far from a jovial atmosphere, though—the sudden crash has left many investors in shock, and the Luna subreddit is filled with investors airing suicidal thoughts and support messages
Websites would push an authentication request to your phone(number). This sounds like a sneaky way of killing anonymity by tying ALL LOGINS to your phone number. https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2022/05/apple-google-and-microsoft-want-bluetooth-proximity-to-replace-the-password/ The standard is being called either a "multi-device FIDO credential" or just a "passkey." Instead of a long string of characters, this new scheme would have the app or website you're logging in to push a request to your phone for authentication. From there, you'd need to unlock the phone, authenticate with some kind of pin or biometric, and then you're on your way. This sounds like a familiar system for anyone with phone-based two-factor authentication set up, but this is a replacement for the password rather than an additional factor.