S. Korea on alert over holidays despite slight drop in COVID-19 cases

first_imgSouth Korea appealed on Tuesday for strict social-distancing despite a slight fall in the number of its new coronavirus cases, with millions of people set to travel for a major holiday.The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) reported 39 new infections as of Monday midnight, which marks a fifth day of double-digit rises. It brought South Korea’s total infections to 23,699, with 407 deaths.The numbers came a day after the daily tally fell to its lowest since a new clusters of the novel coronavirus emerged from a church and a big political rally last month, which have resulted in more than 1,800 infections. Kang also warned of strict punishment against anyone who takes part in a political rally. Authorities have said they have banned some 137 demonstrations.Polls have shown mixed forecasts about travel.More than 78% of Koreans said they planned to stay at home for the holiday in a survey conducted over the weekend by the Korea Society Opinion Institute.But airport authorities said on Sunday the number of people taking domestic flights would drop by 25% compared with last year.  Health authorities pleaded for people to stay home and refrain from gatherings ahead of the Korean thanksgiving holiday of Chuseok, which begins on Wednesday, although millions are still expected to travel across the country.”We request you to be aware that the Chuseok holidays must not ignite another nationwide spread of COVID-19 and to act accordingly,” Vice Health Minister Kang Do-tae told a meeting.”Keeping distancing rules and wearing masks is the safest way to protect you, your family and society.”The government eased some social distancing rules after the rate of infections slowed this month but imposed special measures for the holiday, including banning dining at motorway rest areas and nursing home visits and requiring temperature checks at all stations.center_img Topics :last_img read more

Hidden reef house in World Heritage site makes award list

first_imgHouses Awards shortlist for New House under 200 sqm: Wilson’s Cottage, James Davidson Architect, Lizard Island, QLD. Picture: Toby ScottA 26-YEAR labour of love to built a reef house on a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site has received kudos from judges of a national award.Wilson’s Cottage on Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef – designed by James Davidson Architect – has become the only Queensland home short-listed for the Houses Awards’ New House under 200sqm category.Bardon house short-listed for awardThe best Brisbane suburbs for your healthCan your home make you feel happy? Wilson’s Cottage, James Davidson Architect, Lizard Island, QLD. Picture: Toby Scott Wilson’s Cottage, James Davidson Architect, Lizard Island, QLD. Picture: Toby Scott“Thus, the contribution to his life is seeing his dream become reality and it being better than he could have imagined. It’s also important to note that this is not a house for sole private use and will be open to the public to experience the best the reef has to offer.”Mr Davidson said because of his client’s long association with the site, “the family knew exactly what they needed to function well in such a remote location”.Queensland has 18 homes in the shortlist for seven categories of the Houses Awards which will be announced at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne on Friday August 4. Houses Awards shortlist for New House under 200 sqm: Wilson’s Cottage, James Davidson Architect, Lizard Island, QLD. Picture: Toby Scott Wilson’s Cottage, James Davidson Architect, Lizard Island, QLD. Picture: Toby ScottHe said by “subduing the cottage into the landscape, the cottage would creep into vision as you climbed, as though it were emerging out of the landscape”.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:22Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:22 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenAll aboard this floating abode 01:22 Related videos 01:22All aboard this floating abode 02:00Sorrento dream home01:26Sneak peak inside 661 Chapel Street01:59Dream Home: Carlton01:36Dream Home: Brookfield02:35The Converted: BlacksmithIn a brief to judges he said the reef house was a labour of love for his client.“Seeing the cottage come to fruition has been a lifelong ambition for our client. He first lodged a Development Application for this project 26 years ago. His ambition was built on his own father’s legacy on the island which itself extends back to the 1950s,” he said. Wilson’s Cottage, James Davidson Architect, Lizard Island, QLD. Picture: Toby Scott Wilson’s Cottage, James Davidson Architect, Lizard Island, QLD. Picture: Toby ScottMr Davidson told judges the cottage was “a truly special reef house” built using innovative construction techniques so as not to disturb the unspoilt site.“The cottage sensitively nestles itself into a rugged, secluded island landscape. With an eye to the physical qualities of the World Heritage-listed site and the project’s complex procurement process, the design concept was not only about touching the earth lightly but also about receding into the landscape and hugging the slope on the hill so that the physical presence of the house could be somewhat hidden in its surrounds.”More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours agolast_img read more

Can wearing thongs be unhealthy?.

first_img Tweet Share HealthLifestyle Can wearing thongs be unhealthy?. by: – April 4, 2011 Share Sharecenter_img 28 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring! Q: What’s the worst thing you can catch from your thong?A: In theory, since your thong is just touching your body, you won’t catch anything you don’t already have.In fact, studies have never been able to find a link between thongs and infections.But some women do notice an increase in UTIs and yeast infections when they wear these undies, so you’ll have to decide if it’s worth the risk to avoid visible panty lines.The potential problem with these undergarments is that fecal bacteria can move more easily from the rectum to your vagina, and then work their way into your urinary tract, possibly causing a UTI. Also, tight thongs may irritate the vagina and surrounding skin, which opens you up to infection.No need to switch to granny panties: Just use basic common sense-meaning, good hygiene.Don’t wear the same thong for more than a day, and wear them for limited periods of time.If you start to notice any itching or irritation on your outer skin, switch to a loose cotton pair of undies instead. And if you develop a UTI or yeast infection, don’t wear a thong until the infection is history.By: Dr. Roshini RajYahoo Shinelast_img read more

Mertens and Sabalenka win first Grand Slam title at US Open

first_imgRelatedPosts Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Thiem claims his first Grand Slam title after thrilling fightback in US Open Naomi Osaka wins US Open women’s title Elise Mertens and Aryna Sabalenka won their first career Grand Slam title with a hard-fought 7-5 7-5 win over Ash Barty and Victoria Azarenka in the US Open doubles final on Sunday. The match ended in dramatic fashion when both Mertens and Sabalenka were drawn into the net and Barty sent a lob over both their heads. Sabalenka raced back to track it down and managed to put it back in play but Azarenka misfired with her overhead smash. Mertens fell to the court and Sabalenka looked to the sky in disbelief before they embraced. The win caps a dominant run by the pair, who completed the Sunshine Double with wins in Indian Wells and the Miami Open this year before making their first appearance in a major final together. Mertens said they fed off the energy of the lively New York crowd at Arthur Ashe Stadium. “I just think it’s the crowd. I mean they keep me going every time,” the Belgian said in an on-court interview. “I can’t believe we won a Grand Slam. It’s all so new,” she added. “We’re a good team and I hope we’re going to play doubles again in the future.” The Belarusian Sabalenka tipped her hat to her opponents for the thrilling battle. “Thank you girls, for this amazing final. It was a great fight and I enjoyed every second,” she said. The win denied Barty in her bid for back-to-back U.S. Open doubles victories after claiming her maiden Grand Slam doubles title with CoCo Vandeweghe in New York last year. “I thought the level was incredibly high,” Barty said. “It was a great two weeks. I love playing with Ashleigh,” Azarenka said. “It was a pleasure to play with her and I hope we can continue to play together in the future.” Reuters/NAN.Tags: Aryna SabalenkaAsh BartyElise MertensUS OpenVictoria Azarenkalast_img read more

Cricket News Dale Steyn, fiery South African pacer, announces retirement from Test cricket

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Legendary South African fast bowler Dale Steyn has announced his retirement from Test cricket, Cricket South Africa said on Monday. “@DaleSteyn62 has brought down the curtain on one of the great fast bowling Test careers of the modern era when he announced his retirement from red-ball cricket with immediate effect,” Over the last few years, Steyn’s cricketing career has been marred by injuries and he was struggling to keep up with his fitness for the Test cricket. He, however, continues to be a national contracted player for the 2019/2020 season in white-ball cricket and therefore remains available for the Standard Bank Proteas in both One-Day International and T20 International cricket, the Cricket South Africa said.“Today I walk away from a format of the game I love so much. In my opinion Test cricket is the best version of this game. It tests you mentally, physically, emotionally,” the CSA quoted Steyn as saying.RELATED”It’s terrible to consider never playing another Test again but what’s more terrifying is the thought of never playing again at all. So I will be focusing on ODIs and T20s for the rest of my career to maximise my full potential and ensure my longevity in this sport.“I’d like to thank everyone in cricket, no one specific, because everyone has been a part of my journey. And I look forward to continuing to play for the Proteas in the shorter formats. Thank you,” he said.Steyn had made his Test debut against England in December 2004. Known for his brutal pace and probing line and length, Dale Steyn had picked up 439 wickets in Tests at an average of just 22.95. last_img read more

Despite extreme scrutiny, A-Rod still among league best

first_imgPlay ball. Although the weather the first few weeks of the season has been topsy-turvy, thwarting the possibility of having any sort of reliable playing conditions, one player hasn’t seemed to mind. Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez has exploded out of the gates, blasting seven homers and driving in 18 to go with an 11-game hitting streak and a .372 batting average. In the first seven games, A-Rod homered six times, to become the first Yankee to accomplish that feat. He certainly has rediscovered his stroke, the one that earned him American League MVP honors in 2005 when he blasted 48 long balls and drove in 130. But it’s old news. We’ve all come to expect numbers of this caliber from this larger-than-life Hall of Famer-to-be. So why is it that the media are still gushing over him? Well, it’s New York, for starters. Plus, in terms of what’s expected of A-Rod and his $27.7 million salary, he sucked last year. And boy was he ridiculed for it. Boobirds could be heard floating around Yankee Stadium at the sound of his name as often as cheers, depending, of course, on what he had done in his previous at-bat or fielding opportunity. All season long, Rodriguez was hounded for everything from his eerily high error tally (24) to his offensive game — 35 HR, 121 RBI, .290 AVG — to his work ethic. One time, he was caught sun tanning the afternoon of a game during which he committed two errors. The Tabloids stuck it to him, bashing his good physique and work ethic. Yankees teammates, however, will be the first to tell you that Rodriguez works harder and logs more hours than anyone else. And now that he’s back on track and swinging a big bat, the media’s unabashedly drooling over him in agreement.One minute he’s the scapegoat for all of the Yankees postseason disappointments, the next he’s their only hope. Love him or hate him. But it shouldn’t work that way. Albert Pujols, the only other name in baseball with more prowess than Rodriguez, had the worst average among National League regulars entering his two-homer, five-RBI day Sunday. Even after the game, his average still sits under the Mendoza line at a skimpy .186. Yet no media tycoon has suggested the one-time NL MVP’s confidence is shot, or that he’s losing focus. I know it’s difficult to compare St. Louis to New York or last year’s error-prone Rodriguez to the Gold Glove of Pujols, but seriously, why don’t the media stop jumping on the A-Rod bandwagon when he’s stellar and jump off when he’s, well, still better than most? Yes, he does play in front of some of the harshest critics; people who have gotten so used to winning that now that is hasn’t happened in nearly seven years someone’s got to take the fall. And yes, he is the richest man in baseball; he’s is expected to perform to those standards. If A-Rod was dreadful last season, then what was teammate Jason Giambi? Horrific? OK, so he hit one more homer and had a higher on-base percentage (.413 to .392) and slugging percentage (.553 to .523) than Rodriguez. His average, however, was 37 points lower, he had fewer RBI (121 to 113) and he gets hurt. The latter isn’t what you want in a $20 million man. Plus, Giambi’s so bad at defense that he’s been relegated to full-time DH this season. Since they both made relatively the same amount of money in 2006, they both, you could say, were equally disappointing. But Giambi didn’t get booed. He wasn’t under the knife every time he didn’t perform. That onus fell on A-Rod and on A-Rod alone. I’m not here to say that Giambi ought to have been criticized more often or that Pujols is having a bad season, because those things aren’t important. Understanding that A-Rod — his career numbers, talent, slumps, errors, sun tans and everything else that goes into his being — is great is important. Outside of Pujols and a select few, I don’t know that I’ve ever seen someone quite like A-Rod. I don’t know if I ever will. Kevin is a junior double majoring in economics and journalism. Share your thoughts on A-Rod by contacting him at khagstrom@badgerherald.com.last_img read more

Lamolinara excels in goal with help of jokester, erratic Daly

first_imgWhen Dominic Lamolinara walks out on the field before Saturday’s game against Princeton, he’ll know a familiar face will be firing shots his way in warm-ups. Syracuse reserve Brenny Daly has become Lamolinara’s go-to warm-up guy this year after Lamolinara struggled to find a shooter that suited his needs last season. Daly’s erratic, unpredictable shot and his outlandish personality have helped Lamolinara earn the starting nod in net and improve his game all season. The duo will head out to the field once again on Saturday when No. 8 Syracuse (6-2, 2-1 Big East) faces No. 7 Princeton (6-2, 2-1 Ivy League) at Princeton Stadium in New Jersey.“Dom and I have a great relationship,” Daly said. “We’re really good friends on and off the field. He’s playing great. He credits me a little bit, which I’ll take, but he’s playing awesome.”Lamolinara and Daly first met in high school in the Baltimore area. Lamolinara was a standout goalie at St. Mary’s and Daly was a dominant midfielder at McDonogh, two schools that are approximately 40 miles away from each other. Daly redshirted last season and Lamolinara, after transferring from Maryland, started three games for Syracuse, splitting time with Bobby Wardwell. Lamolinara struggled all season to find a warm-up guy that was exactly what he was looking for. Billy Ward, Dylan Donahue and Henry Schoonmaker, three of SU’s most prolific scorers, all gave it a shot. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut there was something wrong. They were all too accurate. They placed their shots exactly where Lamolinara asked them to. He wanted more unpredictability ― someone he could count on to do the exact opposite of what he expected: Daly.The always-grinning, always-joking, often-bearded 5-foot-10-inch reserve. He’s only played three games this season, but every time Lamolinara trots onto the field prior to the opening faceoff, Daly’s the one rifling shots at him.Lamolinara requested Daly in the fall. They had been friends and gotten along swimmingly, so Lamolinara figured he’d be a perfect choice for the job. Now they hang out off the field all the time, chowing down at Chipotle whenever possible. “We always had that relationship,” Lamolinara said. “We were the Baltimore boys.”Lamolinara remembers the first day of fall practice, a frigid Saturday. He and Daly were starting to develop even more of a rapport. Lamolinara was freezing, so he told Daly not to hit him with the ball. Daly did not oblige. He rarely does. Daly, who Lamolinara called “the John Belushi of the team,” is always making a wisecrack or pulling a prank. “He hit me and he hit me like three or four times,” Lamolinara said. “It kind of pissed me off. He was laughing. He thought it was hilarious.”Daly isn’t only unpredictable when he tries to be, though. Lamolinara said if he asks for a shot top-right it will often go bottom-right. Daly can fire the ball at an absurdly fast speed, but he has very little control, Lamolinara said.And that’s exactly what the goalie needs. So far the results have been tremendous. Lamolinara has replaced Wardwell as Syracuse’s starting goalie, allowing just 6.77 goals per game and saving 60.4 percent of shots that come his way, close to the best in the country.Daly often apologizes repeatedly when he’s having a bad day and his shots are way off target, but Lamolinara always tells him to stop. It helps.“I just tell him to calm down, it’s good, it’s helping me out,” Lamolinara said. “I think it’s taken six months for him to finally believe it.”Daly even scored his first career goal against Providence, firing a shot from close to 17 yards out that elicited an uproar from the bench.Lamolinara said Daly started running back on defense because he had no idea the shot went in. Then he heard the commotion from the bench and reveled in the glory as his teammates went crazy.“Everybody loves Brenny. I couldn’t really explain it,” Lamolinara said. “He’s just that funny kid on the team. When he does well, everybody gets really excited.”Ward loves playing with Daly, too. He said Daly is so outgoing that he could talk to a wall.“If you left Brenny by himself with a wall he’d have a great time with it,” Ward said. “If you left him a half hour by himself he’d be having the time of his life. That’s just the kind of guy he is.”Daly and Lamolinara chat before every practice and every game. Daly fires close to 65 shots. Lamolinara saves them ― two-thirds of them, Daly said ― as the two joke around for 15 minutes. “I finally found a warm-up guy that I like,” Lamolinara said. “I’m sure I’ll keep him throughout the year. I’ll probably keep him next year as well.” Comments Published on April 4, 2013 at 1:26 am Contact Trevor: tbhass@syr.edu | @TrevorHass Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

UEFA Charged Liverpool, Salzburg over Fans Behaviour

first_imgThe punishment for a first offence of field invasion in a year in a UEFA competition is a fine of €5,000.One supporter entered the pitch midway through the second half of Wednesday’s match from the Anfield Road end of the stadium but was wrestled to the ground by stewards, apparently trying to make his way to the dugout.A group of youngsters then came onto the pitch at full-time in a bid to get hold of a shirt from one or more of the Liverpool players. Andrew Robertson was pictured giving his shirt to one individual.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Liverpool have been charged by UEFA after spectators came onto the pitch during the Champions League match against Red Bull Salzburg on Wednesday.Supporters of the Austrian club were also charged with throwing objects at Anfield in a match the hosts won 4-3UEFA said the case would be dealt with by its control, ethics and disciplinary body on 17 October.last_img read more

Piscotty slam ties it in ninth, A’s beat Giants 8-7 in 10th

first_img FOLLOW US COMMENT First Published: 15th August, 2020 13:04 IST Last Updated: 15th August, 2020 13:04 IST Piscotty Slam Ties It In Ninth, A’s Beat Giants 8-7 In 10th Stephen Piscotty hit a tying grand slam in the ninth inning, Mark Canha’s sacrifice fly put Oakland on top in the 10th, and the Athletics stunned the San Francisco Giants 8-7 on Friday night in the opener of the Bay Bridge Series. Associated Press Television News SUBSCRIBE TO UScenter_img Stephen Piscotty hit a tying grand slam in the ninth inning, Mark Canha’s sacrifice fly put Oakland on top in the 10th, and the Athletics stunned the San Francisco Giants 8-7 on Friday night in the opener of the Bay Bridge Series.Oakland trailed by five in the ninth inning but rallied to win from such a deficit for the first time since July 15, 1952, according to STATS. The Giants hadn’t lost after leading by five or more runs in the ninth inning or latter since June 25, 1929.Matt Chapman began on second base with the new extra-innings rule and advanced on Matt Olson’s groundout to bring up Canha. He hit a flyball to right off Jarlin García (0-1).Joakim Soria (2-0) escaped trouble in the ninth for the win, and Liam Hendriks finished for his sixth save.The A’s delivered another dramatic late-game grand slam. Olson hit one to beat the Angels in 10 innings on opening night. Piscotty had another in walkoff fashion in a win over the Rangers earlier this month.“The magnitude of them, too, two walkoffs and one that ties the game on the road in the ninth,” manager Bob Melvin said. “Can’t explain it. You just try to get the pitcher on the defensive.”Until Piscotty’s mighty swing, the Giants were beating the slugging A’s at their own power game.Hunter Pence hit a three-run homer, and Evan Longoria and Mike Yastrzemski also connected to back Johnny Cueto. The right-hander struck out five over seven strong innings, allowing two runs, three hits and two walks but had nothing to show for it.Longoria homered in the first against late fill-in Jesús Luzardo, moved up a day after A’s opening day starter Frankie Montas was scratched because of tightness in his upper back and neck. Montas plans to throw on the side Saturday and could start Sunday.Longoria’s two-run single in the fourth chased Luzardo. He still had plenty of rest having earned his first career victory last Sunday against the Astros.The ball carried on a rare hot evening in San Francisco, where first-pitch temperature reached 85 degrees.Robbie Grossman hit an RBI triple in the A’s two-run seventh.Oakland improved to 1-2 in interleague play and started a stretch with seven straight games against the National League West.After playing 14 of their initial 20 games on the road the Giants are back home for 11 of 13 at home. Still, they squandered leads of 5-0 and 6-2.COOLING OFFGiants mascot Lou Seal spent much of the game paddling in a kayak on McCovey Cove alongside bay regular McCovey Cove Dave .LAUREANO SUSPENSIONA’s center fielder Ramon Laureano sat out after he had a six-game suspension reduced to four games Friday following an appeal of the penalty for his role in a benches-clearing incident with the rival Houston Astros last Sunday.Major League Baseball said a settlement had been reached. He will be eligible to play again Tuesday against the Diamondbacks.Astros hitting coach Álex Cintrón received a 20-game suspension and a fine Tuesday for his role in the fracas at Oakland.Canha made a great catch running hard into the wall and went 1 for 3 with a strikeout and walk while filling in for Laureano as he did for a stretch last season when the center field was hurt.TRAINER’S ROOMAthletics: Montas woke up with the stiffness in his back and lower neck. “I hope he pitches in the series,” Melvin said. … RHP Jordan Weems was reinstated from the 10-day injured list after missing time with a strained lat muscle on his pitching side and was optioned to the club’s alternate site in San Jose.Giants: LHP Drew Smyly (sprained left index finger) has begun throwing on flat ground and is scheduled to be re-examined this weekend. RHP Jeff Samardzija also is set to be re-evaluated as he is sidelined with inflammation in his throwing shoulder. He is yet to resume throwing. … RHP Sam Coonrod (right lat strain) threw a 30-pitch bullpen and will be examined by team doctors during the weekend. … OF Austin Slater missed his second straight game with a strained right elbow and is day to day. He could be used as designated hitter in the coming days.ROSTER MOVEThe Giants added RHP Jake Jewell to their player pool and assigned him to their Sacramento alternate site.UP NEXTRHP Kevin Gausman (0-1, 4.05 ERA) pitches Saturday for the Giants, and left-hander Sean Manaea (0-2, 9.00) will start a day earlier than scheduled for Oakland. WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV Written Bylast_img read more

LetBet aims big with online betting-focused cryptocurrency

first_img Belize-based firm LetBet is the latest to offer a cryptocurrency aimed specifically at online gambling. Entitled LBT, the new blockchain-powered currency has been touted as a solution to the delayed payout systems of traditional gambling sites, as well as a way to remove the third party element.Online platforms such as LetBet are attempting to usher in the transition from a fair gambling system to a trustless one. This means that third parties are no longer necessary, as smart contracts are automatically drawn up meaning no-one could control the game or its outcomes.This platform also supports players from countries with strict gambling regulations, and will therefore aim to generate a free and fair online gambling environment on a global scale.The Initial Coin Offering (ICO) crowdsale will commence on 25th February, with LetBet setting the total cap of its token to 199 million during the period. Prior to this, the pre-sale will start on 20th January and finish on 14th February, with a starting price of $0.5 per LBT with 70% bonus on first purchase.A number of other betting-orientated cryptocurrencies have emerged recently – such as CasinoCoin, Unikrn and BETR – as the crypto phenomenon sparked by Bitcoin shows no sign of letting up. StumbleUpon Related Articles Cloudbet elevates UFC 250 offering with in-play markets June 5, 2020 Share Cloudbet makes stablecoin foray with USDT addition May 28, 2020 Submit Share Sportsbet.io strengthens cryptocurrency capabilities with Litecoin integration April 16, 2019last_img read more