Crypto AML Compliance: A Guide for Traders and Investors

April 9, 2024

If you’re a crypto trader or investor, your journey likely starts with registering on a large and reputable exchange, where you’re prompted to enter personal details like your address, name, etc. This step, often met with curiosity, is part of the broader framework aimed at combating money laundering within the cryptocurrency sector. The anonymity and […]


The High-Stakes Thrill: Hollywood’s Top 6 Card Game Movies

March 21, 2024

In the glitzy world of Hollywood, where glamour and grit collide, few themes have consistently provided the intense, edge-of-your-seat drama like the art of playing cards. From smoky backrooms to the opulence of high-end casinos, filmmakers have artfully captured the suspense, strategy, and thrill of card games on the silver screen. This riveting genre has […]


The Benefits of Polygon Staking

April 24, 2023

Looking at the list of the best-traded digital assets such as Coinmarketcap, we can see the Polygon token that takes 9th place in the rating. Let’s talk about it and discuss the advantages of staking Matic. Polygon, known as Matic, is an Ethereum-based layer-2 scaling solution that came into existence in 2019. The project was […]


As the iGaming Market Opens in Other States, Will Louisiana Follow?

December 12, 2022

The laws from one state to the next when it comes to iGaming can vary considerably, but there is pressure on many of the states that do not currently allow gambling and iGaming to relax the restrictions and allow people to bet on online casinos and other forms of gambling. It’s amazing how the rules […]


Threat of Rail Strike Rising Again; Mark Meadows Ordered to Testify; Lawsuit Filed to Stop Voter Intimidation in Arizona

October 26, 2022

Rank and file members of a second rail union have rejected a tentative labor deal. Former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows has been ordered to appear before an Atlanta-area grand jury. The Arizona chapter of the League of Women Voters has filed a federal lawsuit in the hope of preventing vigilante groups from engaging in voter intimidation.


Court Grants DOJ Request in Trump Case; Iran Blocks Internet Access Amid Mass Protests; Alex Jones Testifies in Defamation Trial

September 22, 2022

A federal appeals court granted a Justice Department request to resume reviewing classified documents sized from former President Donald J. Trump's Mar-a-Lago residents. Iran has implemented a near-total internet blackout after days of mass protests following the death of a Kurdish woman at the hands of Iranian morality police. During a heated exchange with a lawyer representing Sandy Hook families suing him for defamation, Alex Jones began ranting about "liberals" before being silenced and admonished by judge Barbara Bellis.


Belden Batiste: New Orleans Needs New Leadership; Rebuffs Response to NOLA Tribune

September 7, 2022

Editor’s note: Belden Batiste and Eileen Carter filed a petition with the Secretary of State to recall Mayor LaToya Cantrell.  The petition has received overwhelming response from New Orleanians voters, many of whom are upset with Cantrell’s lack of leadership.  The Tribune newspaper recently published an editorial in support of Cantrell. Batiste wrote a scathing […]


The Emergence of eSports in The Big Easy

February 1, 2022

It’s not the first thing you think of when it comes to sports and entertainment here in New Orleans, but 2022 has brought about the emergence of eSports in Louisiana. eSports – aka electronic sports – is the competitive arm of video gaming, taking place across organised, professional competitions and tournaments. The market has surged in […]


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