A father and son who help clients find forgotten crypto passwords estimate billions of dollars worth of lost bitcoin is recoverable | Currency News | Financial and Business News

Two men, Charlie and Chris Brooks, run a cryptocurrency recovery service
Charlie and Chris Brooks run Crypto Asset Recovery, a small business in New Hampshire.

  • A father and son team of computer programmers help people find lost passwords to their crypto wallets.
  • Chris and Charlie Brooks conducted an analysis that led them to estimate between 68,110 and 92,855 seemingly lost bitcoins are recoverable.
  • At current prices, the high end of the recoverable bitcoin estimate amounts to $4.7 billion.
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For Chris and Charlie Brooks, finding lost passwords to cryptocurrency wallets requires figuring

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Leeds United transfer news: Marcelo Bielsa says incoming business probably done

Marcelo Bielsa believes Leeds are probably done with their incoming transfer business for the summer window.

Leeds have made two senior signings this summer, adding Junior Firpo from Barcelona and goalkeeper Kristoffer Klaesson from Valarenga.

They have also added a number of young players to be used at under-23 level. These include Lewis Bate from Chelsea and Sean McGurk from Wigan.

The Athletic understands they moved for Conor Gallagher, who joined Crystal Palace on loan from Chelsea, and have previously discussed a deal for Huddersfield Town’s Lewis O’Brien. Huddersfield valued O’Brien at £8 million and no fee has been agreed.

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Afghanistan: Taliban face financial squeeze from West | Business | Economy and finance news from a German perspective | DW

The speed of the Taliban’s capture of Afghanistan last weekend has left the West scrambling to curtail the Islamist militants’ grip on the country. Military action has been all but ruled out and instead the United States and its NATO allies have turned to financial warfare.

US President Joe Biden and the Federal Reserve have frozen billions of dollars in Afghan currency reserves held in the US. Nearly $9 billion (€7.7 billion) in assets are kept in the US and other countries, including $1.2 billion in gold and more than $300 million in international currencies.

In anticipation of the fall

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Kenosha County students earn degrees from UW-Whitewater | Local News

WHITEWATER — A number of Kenosha County students graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater at the end of the spring 2021 term.

Earning degrees were (listed by hometown, with degrees and honors ):

Parker Krumm, magna cum laude, bachelor of business administration in general business; Lindsay Schreiber, bachelor of science in political science; Tyler Wiley, bachelor of business administration in finance.

Nick Balk, cum laude, bachelor of business administration in finance; Jack Bolog, summa cum laude, bachelor of business administration in human resource management; Teresa Bransley, bachelor of Science in elementary education; Tyler Chatterton, bachelor of

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Reinventing the ancient Benin economy | The Guardian Nigeria News

Edo modular refinery

The Bight of Benin is metaphorical of the economic exploit of the ancient empire before the greed of Europe vanquished the empire. Their visit and subsequent attack blighted the unequalled economic adventure of the ancient kingdom.

Notwithstanding the European invasion and the epic battle for the economic soul of the empire, the modern Benin City, and, indeed, the entire Edo State, is synonymous with artistic ingenuity.

The creative works in the forms of sculptures, paintings, bronzes and many others are as rich as the history of civilisation, earning it “the Great City of Benin” as far back

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Big Announcements at the 13th U.S-Africa Business Summit | The Guardian Nigeria News

Corporate Council on Africa (CCA)

From July 27 – 29, 2021, the Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) (www.CorporateCouncilOnAfrica.com) hosted the 13th U.S.-Africa Business Summit (https://bit.ly/2U9glsr). The Summit is CCA’s flagship event viewed as essential by those doing business in Africa. The 2021 Summit featured a stellar line up of African and U.S. government and private sector leaders as part of the program. CCA was delighted to provide more than 1200 participants with the access, connections, and insights on critical issues and policies impacting the U.S.-Africa economic partnership – the Summit theme.

The Summit – held virtually – included 5 plenaries

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Cargo insurance premiums spike over untidy road access, seaport operations | The Guardian Nigeria News

Trucks parked on the road side waiting to get access into Tincan port in Apapa, Lagos. (Photo by Benson Ibeabuchi / AFP)

• Insurers groan under huge claims obligation
Beyond additional costs incurred by Nigerian importers and exporters due to safety concerns in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG), operational and infrastructural challenges at the nation’s ports and access roads have continued to push insurance firms underwriting cargoes to the edge.

These have made them adjust clauses, and in many cases, spike the cost of cargo insurance by the average number of days delays occur.

The sum insured for specific transit

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