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Experience the Future of Investment Banking with Finalis

Finalis Marketplace™enables independent investment banks to source deal flow  in an easy-to-use, real-time technology-enabled platform SAN FRANCISCO and NEW YORK – Jan  4, 2023 – Finalis, a rapidly growing investment-banking-as-a-service platform for dealmakers, recently launched its state-of-the-art platform, Finalis Marketplace™. The platform allows investment bankers, placement agents and M&A advisors to offer, find and promote deal collaboration with other dealmakers in real-time without the risk of revealing their clients’ identity.  Finalis provides a unified white-labeled broker dealer platform that ensures a seamless experience for dealmakers. Sourcing, distributing, and executing deals

Go From Crypto Curious to Confident With Just One Book, Say Authors

As cryptocurrencies continue to dominate the news, more and more people are interested in hearing the ‘real deal’ from veteran insiders. However, many don’t know where to start, especially when experts are using unfamiliar terms like “altcoin,” “Web3,” and other jargon. Experienced investors in the crypto market want to level the playing field and pave the way for new investors. Such is the case for Mike Kimelman and Charlie Shrem, co-authors of the new book Mastering the Basics of Bitcoin and Crypto: Go from Crypto Curious to Crypto Confident With

Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa Embraces Digital Art and NFTs With the Launch of Artentik

From baroque art to graffiti art, items from 500-year unparalleled collection of art, relics, reliquaries, sculptures and modern artforms to be tokenised. Proceeds to support SCML’s extensive social enterprise work Lisbon, November 2021 -- Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa (‘SCML’), Portugal’s 500-year-old social enterprise organisation and keeper of the Museum and Church of São Roque in Lisbon that houses one of the most important religious collections in Catholic Europe, announced today its entry into the digital world of NFTs or non-fungible tokens with the launch of Artentik, its brand

TimTheTatman trolls Ninja during NYC livestream

TimTheTatman has come a long way since he started streaming back in 2012. Now signed to YouTube Gaming, Tim has some incredible sponsorship deals that have allowed him to stream from wild locations like football stadiums, and now, from beneath the Brooklyn Bridge. While streaming outdoors in the New York City cold yesterday, Tim took a moment during his YouTube livestream to troll his friend Ninja. Tim is known for being one of the nicest people on the internet, but even nice guys meme on their friends sometimes. Tim imitated

Madden 22 Week 7 Roster Update: 5 Upgrade Predictions

Top GamesMinnesota Vikings v Cincinnati Bengals / Andy Lyons/GettyImagesMadden 22 Week 7 is here and it is time to take a look at who's performances from the past weekend have earned a noteworthy upgrade.This week seemed to be the week of the wide receivers as some of the players on our list have been making defenses look silly.Spec Catch: ? #RatingsAdjustor @kylepitts__ ?#NationalTightEndsDay pic.twitter.com/a57Yh6fym0— Madden NFL 22 (@EAMaddenNFL) October 24, 2021Cincinnati Bengals v Baltimore Ravens / Rob Carr/GettyImagesAfter already having a bunch of amazing games this season, Chase topped it

Pokémon GO November Spotlight Hours Revealed

PokémonNiantic has officially unveiled the Spotlight Hour dates and featured Pokémon for the month of November in Pokémon GO. / Photo courtesy of NianticNiantic has officially unveiled the Spotlight Hour dates and featured Pokémon for the month of November in Pokémon GO.Spotlight Hour has rapidly become a fan-favorite weekly event for Pokémon GO trainers. For an hour each week, Niantic picks a Pokémon to take over the wild with an increased spawning rate. Not only does this provide a chance for trainers to catch rarer Pokémon and fill out their Pokédex,

JJoNak Leaves NYXL for Seoul Dynasty

OverwatchJJoNak has left the NYXL after four years with the team. / Photo courtesy of the Seoul DynastyBang "JJoNak" Sung-hyeon has left his longtime team, the New York Excelsior, to join the Seoul Dynasty for the 2022 Overwatch League season, the Dynasty announced Friday.JJoNak rose to prominence with the New York Excelsior, joining the team in the inaugural season of the Overwatch League and powering the team with his aggressive Zenyatta play. For his efforts the season, he earned the first-ever T-Mobile MVP award. He's remained a central player for

3D Cloud Startup Echo3D Raises $4M in Seed Round Led by Konvoy…

NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 18, 2021 echo3D, a cloud platform that is revolutionizing the way 3D, AR and VR content is stored and streamed, has secured an investment of $4 million led by Konvoy Ventures, with participation from Space Capital LP, Remagine Ventures, and angel investors Datadog, GitHub, and Facebook. The announcement comes on the heels of echo3D’s latest milestone of registering 11,000 users worldwide since 2020. Founded in March 2018, echo3D, formerly known as echoAR, focuses on building tools and infrastructure to help developers create lighter and faster 3D

Overwatch 2 Devs Reveal Changes to Brigitte

OverwatchPhoto by Blizzard EntertainmentAs development of Overwatch 2 continues, the game's developers have already discussed multiple changes coming to the game, including a complete overhaul of Brigitte.The support character will be losing certain features such as the stun effect, which can be seen as the foundation of her kit.Catch more Overwatch 2 action with full playtest matches by @overwatchleague players.Featuring:? 5v5 Gameplay✨ Hero Reworks? New York, Dorado, & Havana ? https://t.co/l981HZE3fA pic.twitter.com/eZpEDH4Dvw— Overwatch (@PlayOverwatch) October 9, 2021In the tweet above, PlayOverwatch revealed more playtests for fans to view. The format

FIFA Reportedly Wants EA to Pay $1 Billion Every Four Years For Name

FIFAImage courtesy of EA SportsA new article has shed light on a possible reason behind EA considering a name change for the FIFA franchise.A post from The New York Times reported that a financial dispute between EA and the football organisation, FIFA, could be one of the reasons for a possible name change to the long-standing video game franchise. According to the report, FIFA is seeking to double its payout from what it currently receives from EA Sports, taking the figure to over $1 billion every four years. This is