Rep. Tom Price's (R-Ga.) health care reform bill allows -- but does not require -- employers to offer a sum to workers so that they can purchase whatever insurance plan they choose, says Diana Furchtgott-Roth, an Adjunct Fellow with the Manhattan Institute...
Being over 70 and overweight may add years to your life, say researchers...
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Why Worldprofit is the Key to earning online not just now -- but for YEARS to come. We are often asked, What is Worldprofit?
The answer more complex.
When we as Co-Founders (George Kosch and Sandi Hunter) started Worldprofit on a kitchen table in Edmonton, Alberta in 1994 we were a hosting company. We then started offering website design. We had a few customers. We grew, and grew some more, really fast. We had big ambition and perfect timing to take advantage of a new and exploding industry, the World Wide Web.
Here's some historical context. When we started Worldprofit in 1994, Google didn't exist, they didn't arrive for another 4 years in 1998.
When we submitted Worldprofit's website to be indexed for the first time to the main search engine - it was 1995 - it was Yahoo. Yahoo was a fledgling, an upstart so small we were on a first name basis with the team at Yahoo. Facebook was a latecomer not a…
The Secret $20 Bitcoin BlueprintPosted On Jun 21, 2014 By Louis Basenese [curated by Glen Brink for MyBitcoin Blog] The first cryptocurrency exploded on the scene back on May 22, 2010… That’s when a web developer purchased two Papa John’s pizzas using 10,000 units of Bitcoin. Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer digital currency — meaning there’s no middleman (the bank) getting in the way. Back in 2010, Bitcoin was trading for less than a penny. In fact, 10,000 bitcoins were worth about $30 at the time. Then the price of the digital currency quickly skyrocketed higher. By 2014 — just four years later — that same $30 starting stake was worth more than $5 MILLION. But get this… Today, that same $30 is now worth a life-changing $20 million! Cryptocurrency BasicsIn the past, all transactions took place with an intermediary — like a bank — overseeing the process. The bank would verify the transaction, adding a certain level of trust. Cryptocurrencies completely revolutionized the old system — cutting out th…