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BitcoinMine supporting La Wiida Learning Center for Disabled Children

BitcoinMine supporting La Wiida Learning Center for Disabled Children

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La Wiida Learning Center is a center that offers an opportunity for disabled and child-minded children. Each individual is handled and stimulated according to his or her needs. At La Wiida there is an opportunity for academic and cognitive stimulation, socialisation opportunities, skills development and the promotion of creative thinking. At the center it is not only important that the child progresses academically, but that time is allocated so that each learner is enriched and developed according to his or her unique skills and ability. A safe environment for La Wiida is vital for providing any disabled child with an opportunity to a quality life.  Help us help them by making a $10 donation below.
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Credit And Bank Cards Stop Working, Sending Masses Into Frenzy

Credit And Bank Cards Stop Working, Sending Masses Into Frenzy

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 The digital cashless empire took a huge credibility blow Friday as Visa card holders all over Europe were unable to make transactions. Caused by an apparent ‘hardware failure,’ the widespread network outage affected large portions of the continent---a region that’s already made dangerous moves toward a cashless society. In the UK, for example, 77% of all retail purchases in October were made with plastic, and Visa manages 95% of all debit cards in the country. Needless to say, within a few hours, local economies quickly felt the pressure and panic. Ramzi Kozhani, manager of Cafe Brood in London, says he lost £3,000 and was forced to throw out excess stores of unused food. The centralized nature of these financial behemoths quickly caused several large banks