Nepal prepares to launch a CBDC after conducting a feasibility study

The central bank of Nepal, the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), is preparing to launch a national digital currency. A task force in the country has proposed several legal changes that will see Nepal’s central bank launch its own digital currency.

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Study Says 14% of Saudis are Crypto Investors, 76% Have less than One Year of Experience in Cryptocurrency Investment – BTC Wires

About 14% of Saudi residents are either current crypto investors or have listed crypto within the past 6 months, the newest Kucoin study has found. The study has additionally found that 76% of investors have but one year of expertise

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VSO Study Says Ultimate Wimbledon Champ Is 26, US-Born

A historic tournament Strawberries, cream, white clothes, and tennis fans – what could it be other than Wimbledon? The oldest tennis tournament in the world has returned for another thrilling edition. Over the next week and a half, the competition

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Gambling harm reduction could come from new UK study

In Great Britain, NatCen Social Research and the University of Liverpool have tendered a report with many angles to view but two we will focus on in this report. The study seems to have focused on the biggest betters to

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Trendy ‘keto’ diet can make muscle cells more resistant to stress, study finds 

A high fat, low-carb, diet that has become popular in recent years may extend a person’s lifespan, a new study finds. Researchers at Stanford University, in the Bay Area, found that the ketogenic diet, often referred to as keto, can

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At least 10% of Twitter’s active user accounts are posting spam content, study finds

A new study suggests that about 10 percent of Twitter‘s active accounts are posting ‘spam content’, as disputes over the issue threaten to derail Elon Musk‘s $44 billion takeover of the social media company. London-based data analytics firm GlobalData said

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Being obese as a teenager DOUBLES the risk of developing type 1 diabetes, new study finds 

Being obese as a teenager DOUBLES the risk of developing type 1 diabetes, new study finds The fattest five per cent of children had twice chance of getting type-1 diabetes For children who are just overweight, there was a 54 per

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Taller than 5ft9? You’re at greater risk of more than 100 health problems, study finds

Tall people are at greater risk of more than 100 health problems, according to the largest study of its kind. Researchers looked at more than 1,000 conditions among 250,000 white, Hispanic and black men and women in the US. They

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Putting graphic warnings on cigarette packets like in UK and Canada has ‘no effect’, study finds

Putting graphic warnings on cigarette packets in America will have ‘no effect’ on the number of cigarettes smokers have every day — but will shame them into hiding their boxes, a study has revealed. Researchers at the University of California,

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Lockdowns saved just 10k lives in Europe and US combined: Study finds they had ‘little to no effect’

The first Covid lockdowns saved 10,000 lives in Europe and US and had ‘little or no effect’ on the virus death rate, updated analysis suggests. A review by an international team of economists found draconian shutdowns only reduced Covid mortality by

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