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Cryptophyl.com Launches Dedicated Exchange for SLP Tokens and BCH

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>The team behind the former cryptocurrency exchange Voltaire recently announced the launch of a new trading platform specifically designed for Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) tokens. Three weeks ago the new exchange called Cryptophyl.com launched its trading engine and the first SLP token supported is the community-driven Spice token.</strong> Also Read: New Liberty …

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Alphabet’s Loon could provide internet in Kenya this year

Sponsored Links Loon Alphabet’s internet-delivering balloon service, Loon, expects to begin commercial service in Kenya sometime this year. The company just received approval from Kenyan officials to begin flying and testing over the country, and a Loon spokesperson said commercial service could be available in the coming months. The balloons are en route and should …

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Florida allows self-driving car tests without backup drivers

Sponsored Links Florida Governor’s Office Companies that want to test their self-driving cars will have an easier time of it in the Sunshine State. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed a bill allowing companies to test autonomous vehicles without backup drivers. It also lets occupants text, watch video or otherwise enjoy themselves without running afoul …

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UN chief warns nuclear waste could be leaking into the Pacific

Sponsored Links GIFF JOHNSON via Getty Images A UN chief is concerned that a Cold War-era nuclear ‘coffin’ could be leaking radioactive material into the Pacific. The concerns are both alarming and oddly similar to the plot of Shin Godzilla — including the part about it being the US’s fault. According to Phys.org, the structure …

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