Metro Denver’s housing market seems unstoppable, setting record after record in the resale market and leading the country for the gain in pending new home sales. But the rising tide of COVID-19 cases and the economic disruption they will trigger are raising concerns about the staying power of the housing recovery both here and across the country. … [Read more...] about Metro Denver’s housing market has staying power, but it will need to get through a bumpy winter
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Bitcoin fixes this. What it does is create a digital ledger that assigns credits to “addresses,” or strings of numbers and letters that function as a destination for said credits. People who use the software can control that address with a private password that allows them to charge a debit to their address and add a corresponding credit to another address, presumably to pay someone else for a good or service. In layman’s terms, when I send my Bitcoin to someone else, I’m really sending it. I can’t send it to five other people, like a PDF over email or text. It’s out of my possession. And tens of thousands of computers around the world are checking 24/7 to prevent fraudulent accounting — for instance, if I try to spend my Bitcoin in two different places, only one of those transactions will be recognized as valid in the history of the ledger. … [Read more...] about The Bitcoin Halving: BTC’s Monetary Supply Growth Is Now Officially Lower than the Dollar’s Inflation Targets
FOX411: Ever think it’s weird that you met your husband on a reality dating show?Sutter: Oh yeah completely! It’s completely weird. And people lately have been asking a lot because the children are getting older whether or not we’ve told them how we met. We haven’t yet because they just wouldn’t get it. Of course we’ll tell them. It’s nothing we want to hide or even can hide if we wanted to. All they have to do is Google. I’m excited to tell them. It’s fun we actually have the moment we got engaged on film. We have our entire wedding on television. And that’s really special. … [Read more...] about First ‘Bachelorette’ Trista Sutter: Some contestants are looking for fame
Inconsistent shooting and shaky defense in his lone season at Arizona lowered his draft stock, but Mannion’s athleticism and court vision made Golden State believe he could be a second-round coup. His two-way deal allows him to play up to 50 NBA games this season. If Mannion competes with Brad Wanamaker for backup minutes at point guard, the Warriors might retain his rights for 2021-22. … [Read more...] about Second-round pick Nico Mannion hopes to build family legacy with Warriors
Kiz: You and I were lucky, I guess. We were honored to be among the few, the proud (and the knuckleheads?) that can brag about being in the stadium for the most absurd loss in Broncos history when COVID-19 forced the Broncos to play without a quarterback against New Orleans. Injured linebacker Von Miller, ever the prankster, tweeted his bum ankle was healed enough to take one for the team and throw passes. I laughed. But it also made me wonder: In reality, will the Vonster ever suit up for the Broncos again? … [Read more...] about Kiszla vs. O’Halloran: Will linebacker Von Miller ever play another game for the Broncos?