Daily Archive: December 3, 2023

Maker (MKR) Faces Decline: Investors Shifting Focus to NuggetRush and FTX Token

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  • Maker DAO’s trading volume has declined alongside MKR’s value despite its high performance in the past few months. 
  • FTX token’s (FTT) value rose a few days after Sam Bankman-Fried was convicted of fraud.
  • NuggetRush’s presale has sold nearly 35 million tokens as investors gear up for another 8.3% increase.

Maker DAO’s (MKR) value has dropped sharply recently as analysts suspect a drop in its DeFi activity. Elsewhere, FTX Token is gaining favor among investors after the recent conviction of Sam Bankman-Fried. 

However, most investors are now rushing to NuggetRush (NUGX) and its virtual mining paradise filled with NFT rewards. NUGX’s popularity has shot up following its recent 20% growth. Will NUGX emerge as the best cryptocurrency investment out of all three projects listed above? Let’s see what experts think.

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Maker (MKR) Falls Sharply Despite General Market Bullishness

Maker has fallen below the $1500 mark, leading to speculation that its bullish rally might be over. Since September, Maker (MKR) has been rising due to its DAI stablecoin activity

On October 22, 2023, Maker announced that its annualized revenue had reached an all-time high of $200 million. Despite Maker’s network activity, MKR’s momentum had fallen sharply in the past few days.

MKR’s drop coincides with rising bullishness in the crypto market over potential spot Bitcoin ETF approvals. MKR was trading at $1,481 on October 1. By October 22, MKR had risen by 5.6% to $1,564 after Maker announced its revenue increase. Yet,

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VOA Website Banned in Turkey for Lack of Broadcast License

Access to the VOA Turkish website voaturkce.com was blocked in Turkey on Tuesday, following a court order banning access due to the international news organization’s failure to apply for a broadcast license from Turkey’s media regulator.

In a warning posted on its website on August 21, the Radio and Television Supreme Council (RTUK) gave VOA Turkish 72 hours to apply for an on-demand broadcast license or risk having the court block access to VOA Turkish content.

The media watchdog cited a 2019 law that authorizes RTUK to request licenses from “media service providers” for their radio, TV and on-demand services in order for them to continue their online presence. Broadcast executives who air content without a license could face charges that carry sentences of up to two years in prison.

VOA’s public relations department in Washington said the broadcaster does not plan to obtain a license from the regulator.

“Given VOA’s status as a public service international broadcaster legally required to provide ‘accurate, objective, and comprehensive’ news coverage to its global audience, VOA cannot comply with any directive intended to enable censorship,” VOA spokesperson Bridget Serchak said in an email.

VOA received no response to emails requesting comment from RTUK after the order last week and a message sent late Tuesday.

Following RTUK’s request Monday to block access to VOA Turkish content, Ankara’s 9th Criminal Court of Peace issued the ban the same day without holding a hearing.

The court order, obtained by VOA, said the access-blocking decision was sent to the Access Providers Association, an organization that carries out media bans in Turkey. The court also stated that its ruling can be appealed within seven days.

The decision comes more than a year after RTUK banned access to VOA Turkish’s previous domain name, amerikaninsesi.com, and German public

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Nerissa Abrahams: Rising Marketing Dynamo

Introducing Nerissa Abrahams: A Future Marketing Leader

The Festival of Marketing Knowledge Bank, in association with Marketing Week, is excited to announce that Nerissa Abrahams is set to be one of the leading marketing professionals for 2023. Currently making waves at Giffgaff, Abrahams has showcased her expertise in a range of marketing areas, from brand positioning and agency partnerships to brand purpose and digital transformation.

Abrahams has been consistently applauded for her innovative approach and skill in driving growth and customer engagement. She promotes strategic vision, keeping in tune with shifting consumer behaviors and trends, thus positioning herself as a forward-thinking and influential marketing leader.

A Wealth of Experience and a Versatile Skillset

A seasoned expert in customer experience, design & branding, marketing effectiveness, and market research, Abrahams boasts a noteworthy presence in her field. With experience in fields such as advertising, content marketing, customer relationship management, and influencer marketing, she is identified as a future leader.

Her diverse skillset and achievements illustrate her ability to propel growth and success in the competitive market. As a forward-thinking professional, Abrahams is set on continuing to shape marketing strategies and campaigns that engage consumers and yield concrete results for organizations.

A Festival of Marketing Collaboration

In partnership with Marketing Week, the festival will explore a wide range of topics, including product & service innovation, targeting & segmentation, social media marketing, media strategy, and career development. Throughout the event, attendees will gain valuable insight into the latest marketing techniques and trends through panel discussions, keynote speeches, and networking sessions, all shared by industry professionals.

Participants will have the opportunity to foster thought-provoking conversations and build valuable connections with fellow marketers. This aims to promote a strong professional network and encourage collaboration in the future.

Esteemed Brands and Industry Experts in Attendance

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