Day: November 21, 2020

Bitcoin System review – legit or scam? Here’s what we found out

Cryptocurrency trade is a profitable method to gain a passive income in these financially turbulent times. It is also a lucrative and easy way to earn maximum profit with ease.

So why don’t you try it? The common reason why people like you don’t want to get into Bitcoin trading is that it requires mining Bitcoin by doing complex mathematical calculations. You are not some nerd, right? Cryptocurrency trade also requires a lot of money, time, and mathematical knowledge.

But here’s the catch! Many people, just like you, are doing this trading differently. They are using automated cryptocurrency trading software to become millionaires overnight.

This, we are sure you will agree, is a smart and super-easy way of crypto-trading with bountiful monetary rewards.

There are many cryptocurrency trading software out there that you can use to trade. But they may not be safe and secure, and you may be cheated

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Port troubles leave UK booksellers with no books

A UK book publisher says congestion at Felixstowe Port has left it with no books to sell in the lead up to Christmas.

Colin Hoad and Matt Green run a publishing company, Idesine, which has 4,000 books stuck on a ship that has been trying to dock since 31 October.

They are one of many businesses encountering problems importing goods.

Importers say congestion issues at UK ports have led to shipping firms quadrupling their freight costs.

“People are contacting us saying they’ve paid for books on pre-order as gifts, and we ultimately can’t guarantee delivery,” Mr Hoad said.

Delays at Felixstowe have been caused by a surge in import traffic as companies increased orders after the initial lockdown and some looked to stockpile goods before the end of the Brexit transition period.

The pandemic has made matters worse as large orders of PPE added to the backlog of containers on

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Publishing editor Jerde departs Adweek

Sara Jerde, a publishing editor at Adweek, has left the publication.

“The people make a newsroom and it was a privilege to work alongside such talent,” she wrote on Twitter.

She had been in that role for the past year. She had also been reporting on the business of news organizations, while taking on some editing duties, including the publication’s 2020 coverage. 

Sara Jerde

Adweek covers publishers, traditional and digital media and their intersection with advertising for the trade publication’s magazine and website. 

Jerde has been with Adweek for about two and a half years.

Prior to her employment there, she worked at NJ Advance Media as a reporter, as a writer for Talking Points Memo and Ohio Today and as a managing editor at The Post Athens. 

Jerde has an associate’s degree in social sciences and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Ohio University. 

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