Donald Trump pardons Ripple's former board member

Hours before Donald Trump left office, she pardoned Ken Kurson, former Ripple board member and co-founder of the Modern Consensus.
Kurson was arrested on charges of cyberbullying during Ripple’s board membership in October.
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❕NEWS – We are not going anywhere, Tiktok replied Trump. | NewProxyLists

Trump recently revealed his position on banning the popular growing video entertainment Chinese app Tiktok accusing the app of security breach and stealing of data.
The company through his spokesperson, his exact words are ;
” TikTok US user data is stored in the US, with strict controls on employee access. TikTok’s biggest investors come from the US. We are committed to protecting our users’ privacy and safety as we continue working to bring joy to families and meaningful careers to those who create on our platform,”

The US Tiktok manager Vanessa Pappas also reveal they are not planning to go anywhere anytime soon.
What do you make of this?.

Hackers Ask For Monero After Taking Over Trump Website

Hackers reportedly took down the Trump website and asked for Monero from users. After the hack, users couldn’t access the site and it had a notice that read "this site was seized". The hackers also posted that Trump was the one generating fake news and he was involved in the creation of coronavirus. The site is open now and working fine…

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Aussie Reaches Turning Point Against Yen After Trump Infection – Forex News & Analysis

The Australian dollar may give up its recent gains against the yen as President Donald Trump’s virus infection increases the uncertainty from the U.S. presidential election.

The currency pair dropped as much as 1.2% on Friday after Trump said that both he and the First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for the virus. That follows a 3.3% slump in September after posting its longest winning streak in more than a decade.

The risk-sensitive Australian dollar has benefited from nations heading toward an economic recovery after a coronavirus-led downturn but the market is turning cautious and starting to favor the haven value of the yen.

“We see a risk that AUD/JPY is headed lower,” says Jane Foley, head of FX strategy at Rabobank in London.

“Elevated political risk in the U.S., concerns that some restrictions related to Covid-19 will be with us for longer and China/U.S. tensions could all mean a move back into safe-haven currencies.”

PipsWin.com has reportedly stated that the Aussie rose for five straight months against the yen in its longest-winning streak since 2009, before bearishly breaching its 50 and 100-day moving averages last month.

Its moving average convergence-divergence, a momentum indicator, has fallen below zero and its signal line, in a sign that that the currency pair’s faces further downside.

The Aussie’s weakness can also be attributed to expectations that the Reserve Bank of Australia may further ease its policy this year.

While a Bloomberg poll shows that it may leave rates unchanged at Tuesday’s review, markets are pricing a cut in the RBA cash rate to at least 0.10% as soon as its November meeting.

The federal budget announcement, also scheduled on Tuesday, will be in focus as the government is expected to announce tax cuts and infrastructure spending to support an economy facing its first recession in almost 30 years.

Meanwhile, there are signs that money managers are favoring the yen in the lead-up to the U.S. election.

Asset managers boosted bullish positions in the Japanese currency to a record high in the week ended Sept. 22, according to data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

Below are the key Asian economic data and events due this week:

Monday, October 5: Japan services PMI, Singapore retail sales, Thailand CPI
Tuesday, October 6: RBA rate decision, Australia budget announcement, trade balance, South Korea CPI, Philippines CPI
Wednesday, October 7: Australia weekly payrolls
Thursday, October 8: New Zealand business confidence, Japan BoP current account balance, China Caixin services PMI, South Korea BoP current account balance, Thailand consumer confidence
Friday, October 9: RBA Financial Stability Review and Australia home loans, Japan labor cash earnings and household spending, Philippine trade balance

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dnd 5e – Curse of Strahd – Does NPC ability trump Inspiration rule?

In Curse of Strahd, the players can encounter an NPC with a special ability.

When the Tarokka reading indicates “Strahd’s Enemy”, “This NPC, whoever it ends up being, gains the following additional action: Inspire. While within sight of Strahd, this character grants inspiration to one player character he or she can see.” Since this ability is an action, it can potentially be used every combat round.

Is the NPC’s use of this ability supposed to be an example of “specific beats general”, where their ability as written within the context of the module overrides the PHB limitation that

You either have inspiration or you don’t—you can’t stockpile multiple “inspirations” for later use.

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are we to understand that the ability comes with the implied clause, “subject to the normal rules of Inspiration” or “as long as that character is not currently Inspired”.

Related: How is this character useful as an ally in Curse of Strahd?

[ Politics ] Open Question : Why is Trump and his administration trying to find ways to discredit Dr. Fauci ?

He’s America’s top infectious disease expert that has served 6 US Presidents.

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❕NEWS – Donald Trump Wants Secret Service To Fight Bitcoin Fraud | NewProxyLists

US President Donald Trump is laying out a $4.8 billion budget plan for the Secret Service to tackle highly complicated bitcoin frauds. He said that criminals and terrorists around the world are using bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to conduct serious crimes that we don’t even know. I’m pretty sure with this type of funding from the government, the Secret Service will be able to massively upgrade their technology to solve this problem.

Remember when Trump attacked Obama relentlessly during H1N1 and Ebola where only 12k died? Don’t you miss his leadership right about now?

Not even a little bit. I also remember Benghazi, Fast & Furious, IRS targets conservative organizations, NSA mass surveillance, Bowie Bergdahl swap, Secret Service scandal, DOJ seizes journalist records, Solyndra, The Iran deal, Uranium One, Clinton email scandal, AP wiretaps, Trump Tower wiretaps, FISAGATE and of course Obamacare.