Shack 8 Mining Production and Operations Update for November 2022

Copyright 2022 PR Newswire. All rights reserved2022-12-05 238 bitcoins were mined, bringing the reserve to 8,925 TorontoAnd the December 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hut 8 Mining Corp. (NASDAQ: hut) (TSX: hut), (“Hut 8” or “Company”) one North Amarica The largest innovation-focused digital asset mining leader and provider of high-performance computing infrastructure, increased our Bitcoin holdings … Read more

World Cup: Football fans stopped by security officials for wearing rainbow items as LGBTQ rights issue won’t go away in Qatar 2022

Doha, Qatar CNN – The World Cup is in full swing Qatar, But issues around LGBTQ+ rights for the Gulf state, world soccer’s governing body FIFA, teams and fans aren’t going away. Two German soccer fans told CNN on Saturday that they were asked by security officials at Qatar 2022 to remove the rainbow-colored items … Read more

FIFA says crusader uniforms worn by England fans are ‘offensive’

CNN – former to England clash in the World Cup with the United States On Friday, the governing body of world football FIFA He said the crusader uniforms worn by England fans were “offensive”. Some England fans attend sporting events dressed as the English Shepherd Saint George, complete with plastic helmets, crosses and swords. FIFA … Read more

World Cup in Qatar kick in the face of the Palestinians

In the week before the World Cup kicks off in Qatar, 21 Palestinians are killed in the Gaza Strip after a deadly house fire broke out during a family event. Among the victims were mothers and grandmothers who tried to protect their children from the flames. The fire spread quickly after a faulty generator ignited … Read more

England are on the verge of finally winning the World Cup again

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — It’s been nine years since then-President of the Football Association of England, Greg Dyke, set the national team the audacious goal of winning the 2022 World Cup. While that goal may not seem as fanciful as it once was, the issues that Dyke said have dogged England for nearly 50 years, … Read more

FIFA President Gianni Infantino has been criticized for speaking out about human rights in Qatar ahead of the World Cup

CNN – FIFA President Gianni Infantino A speech that lasted nearly an hour on the eve of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar was described as “rude” and “insulting”. migrant workers by human rights groups. In an explosive monologue at the start of a press conference in Doha, Infantino – the president of FIFA – … Read more

The European Union rocks climate talks with a surprise offer of disaster financing

SHARM EL SHEIKH, Egypt (AP) – Climate talks appeared to be stalled late Thursday night on key issues that will wind down in the final day, but prospects for a deal were boosted by an unexpected proposal from the European Union on two of its thorniest issues, linked compensation. to climate disasters to more stringent … Read more

Israel deploys remote-controlled automatic rifles in the West Bank

ARAB REFUGEE CAMP, West Bank (AP) – In two volatile areas of the occupied West Bank, Israel has installed automatic weapons that can fire tear gas, stun grenades and sponge-tipped bullets at Palestinian protesters. Positioned above a crowded Palestinian refugee camp and in a restive West Bank city, the weapons use artificial intelligence to track … Read more

Artificial intelligence in the 2022 World Cup to check crowds and control the climate | Qatar 2022 World Cup news

Doha, Qatar – A room in the Qatari capital, Doha, has hundreds of screens showing fans attending the 2022 World Cup matches. With more than 1.2 million fans expected in the country to host the World Cup, Qatar has set up a tech hub that uses artificial intelligence to monitor spectators, predict crowd swells, and … Read more

America and Saudi Arabia are locked in a bitter battle over oil. The stakes are huge

New York CNN Business – The relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia is one of the most important on the planet. And lately, it’s also been one of the most embarrassing. Angry officials in Washington vowed ‘consequences’ after Saudi leadership OPEC sharply cut oil production Earlier this month, it sent pump prices up … Read more