About 56 percent of crypto startups that raise money through token sales die within four months of their initial coin offerings. That’s the finding of a Boston College study that analyzed the intensity of tweets from the startups’ Twitter accounts to infer signs of life.
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Nikolai Glushkov, a Russian businessman and exiled critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin who was strangled to death in March, was due in court the day he was killed over a $99m compensation claim by Russian airline Aeroflot, the High Court revealed Friday.
Based on meetings he and other senators just held with Russian leaders in Moscow, Sen. Jerry Moran has a few words of caution for President Donald Trump as he prepares to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Brussels, the city I’ve called home since becoming secretary general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in 2014, is only a couple hours’ drive from some of the 20th century’s bloodiest battlefields.
An exiled critic of Vladimir Putin was found strangled to death on the day he was due in court to fight a $99 million compensation claims, it has emerged. Nikolai Glushkov, 68, was pursued ‘to the bitter end’ by lawyers acting for the airline Aeroflot, the High Court disclosed yesterday.