Currently, there are nearly 2,100 counties that provide some electronic access to their property records, but that’s means about a third of the jurisdictions in the country still don’t have the ability to accept digital documents. Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) and Sen.Mark Warner (D-VA) introduced Securing and Enabling Commerce Using Remote and Electronic Notarization Act
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Small businesses are getting a potential lifeline from Congress. The massive $2 trillion economic rescue package — expected to get final approval from Congress on Friday — includes provisions aimed at helping smaller employers weather the economic storm brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. “We are cautiously optimistic that this will provide the cash flow
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Yellow Dog Productions  What does the legislation do? The bill — the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act — expands unemployment insurance, a program enacted in 1935 to provide temporary income support for workers who lose their jobs. The legislation does three primary things: offers bigger unemployment checks, increases the duration of those payments and extends
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Dell CEO Michael Dell Getty Images Executives are loading up on their company shares as the coronavirus-driven sell-off dents the broader market, signalling the heads of U.S. businesses are confident their companies will rebound.  The heads of Dell Technologies and Wells Fargo are purchasing shares while outsiders ditch riskier assets, sucking trillions in value from
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A Lululemon sign hangs in front of their store at the Woodbury Commons Premium Outlets shopping mall on November 17, 2019 in Central Valley, New York. Gary Hershorn | Corbis News | Getty Images Lululemon announced Thursday fiscal fourth-quarter results that topped expectations, as its same-store sales surged 20% during the period, thanks, in part, to
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1. Dow set to drop after best three-day rally in 89 years Dow futures were pointing to an over 500-point decline at Friday’s open. Questions are emerging on whether the House can organize a vote before the weekend on the massive Senate-passed coronavirus economic relief package. The U.S. has becomes the nation with the most coronavirus
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The altcoin market has been through tough times. At one point, the market lost over 90% of its value from its peak of $780 billion in January 2018. Many altcoin projects that were supposed to be “the next big thing” are nowhere to be seen today. We are experiencing first-hand the beginning of “Crypto Darwinism”
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[embedded content] According to a 2019 report, Thailand ranks first in the world for mobile banking users. One of the reasons for this achievement is Siam Commercial Bank (SCB), which has spearheaded digital banking in the country over the past decade. SCB’s latest innovation—developed through its partnership with RippleNet—allows customers to make instant low-cost cross-border
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The President of the Brazilian Banking Federation, Murilo Portugal, has argued that  cryptocurrencies are not really currencies at all. Portugal was speaking in a debate about the ‘Impact of the Digital Revolution on the Financial System’ at the non-profit think tank, the Fernando Henrique Cardoso Foundation. The debate examined the impact of new technologies on
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Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin posted a tweet on March 24 claiming that the continuing lack of easy movement between the Ethereum and Bitcoin networks was embarrassing. As a solution, he proposed putting resources into building a decentralized exchange (DEX), to act as a trustless bridge between the two. DEX should be trustless, serverless and Uniswap-like
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Cryptocurrency accounting company, Lukka, has announced the launch of the Lukka Library — an interactive collection of academic papers addressing legal, accounting, and tax questions pertaining to crypto assets. On March 26, Cointelegraph spoke to Lukka co-CEO, Robert Materazzi, and Lukka Library creator and head of tax and regulatory affairs, Roger Brown. “People weren’t interested
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Sen. Chris Van Hollen on Thursday sought to reassure small business owners who already had to lay off their workers about a major facet of the Senate’s $2 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus package.  “If you use these funds to rehire those employees … then you qualify,” the Maryland Democrat said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” ”There are
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People looking to start investing have found the right moment, personal finance expert Suze Orman told CNBC on Thursday. “There couldn’t be a better time to start investing [than] right now,” Orman said on “Fast Money.”  Orman’s comments came after another strong day for stocks amid weeks of coronavirus-driven volatility. The S&P 500 rose more than 6%
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Brendan McDermid | Reuters It might be premature to declare the bear market dead, but Thursday’s action sure checked off some important boxes. Conventional Wall Street wisdom is that bear markets, or 20% declines from 52-week highs, die on bad news, and Thursday featured some of the worst the U.S. economy has ever seen.  Nearly
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