El Salvador’s Bitcoin Adoption Far Lower Than Expected, Survey Shows – A Blunder For Bukele?Artificial Intelligence and the Future of War
by Jet Encila | Bitcoinist

Since El Salvador adopted bitcoin as legal tender, crypto analysts have expressed skepticism about its acceptance and influence on the traditional finance sector, citing concerns that the cryptocurrency might wreak havoc on the country’s frail economy.

President Nayib Bukele of El Salvador is a technoid millennial who has long advocated for increasing acceptance of digital currency.

However, it appears as though this decision was primarily a blunder, since the country’s move to adopt cryptocurrency as legal tender is already backfiring.

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Adobe stakes its claim in the metaverse with AR/VR tools

by Dean Takahashi |  GamesBeat

Adobe believes that the metaverse is going to blur the distinctions between the digital world and the physical world, and it wants to provide the tools to enable that.

That’s one of the main messages of the Adobe Summit 2022 that kicks off today. The Adobe Summit 2022 is fully virtual and powered by Adobe Experience Cloud, which is now used by 75% of Fortune 100 companies.

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Porsche Ramps Up Its Electric Car Plans
By Steve Hanley | CleanTechnica

Photo by Porche

You know the electric car revolution is moving forward when Porsche announces it expects 50% of the cars its sells to come with a plug by 2025, and 80% by 2030. Last year, the company sold more cars — 301,915 — than at any time in its history. In Europe, nearly 40% of them were either a plug-in hybrid or a battery-electric car. The Taycan — 41,296 — outsold the iconic 911 — 38,464 — but the two biggest sellers were the Macan — 88,362 — and the Cayenne — 83,074.

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🌙 NASA - Best Photo from Last Week
Hubble Views an Infant Star’s Outburst

Earth's Moon is seen rising behind NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket with the Orion spacecraft aboard atop a mobile launcher as it rolls out to Launch Complex 39B for the first time, Thursday, March 17, 2022, at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Ahead of the Artemis I flight test, the fully stacked and integrated SLS rocket and Orion spacecraft will undergo a wet dress rehearsal to verify systems and practice countdown procedures for the first launch.

Image Credit: NASA/Aubrey Gemignani

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