#AceNewsDesk – Credit card giant Visa today announced it is connecting its global payments network of 60 million merchants to the U.S. Dollar Coin (USDC) developed by Circle Internet Financial on the ethereum blockchain. The digital currency is now valued at $2.9 billion

According to Forbes …….”While Visa itself won’t custody the digital currency, effective immediately, the partnership will see Circle working with Visa to help select Visa credit card issuers start integrating the USDC software into their platforms and send and receive USDC payments. Circle itself is also going through the same Fast Track program. In turn, businesses will eventually be able to send international USDC payments to any business supported by Visa, and after those funds are converted to the national currency, spend them anywhere that accepts Visa. ”

Visa Inc. headquarters in Foster City, California, on November 23, 2020. After two years of work, Visa is opening up its network to USDC, a digital dollar created by Circle Internet Financial and issued on the public ethereum blockchain: “David Paul Morris/Bloomberg”

Published: Dec.02: 2020: https://t.co/9x0r2sczrD
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#AceNewsDesk – Three homeless men who intervened in a lawsuit to stop their forced relocation from a shelter at the Upper West Side’s Lucerne Hotel to one in the Financial District have appealed a recent ruli ng green-lighting the move

According to New York Post “Ramone Buford, Larry Thomas and Travis Trammell were three homeless men, among over 200, who were being housed at the controversial Manhattan shelter during the pandemic and who the city planned to move to a Radisson hotel in the FiDi.”

The Lucerne Hotel
Stephen Yang

Published: Dec.02: 2020: https://t.co/Nr4iYGEuWR

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#AceNewsDesk – UN Commission voted on Wednesday to remove cannabis for medicinal purposes from a category of the world’s most dangerous drugs, a highly anticipated and long-delayed decision that could clear t he way for an expansion of marijuana research and medical use.

” The vote by the Commission for Narcotic Drugs, which is based in Vienna and includes 53 member states, considered a series of recommendations from the World Health Organization on reclassifying cannabis and its derivatives. But attention centered on a key recommendation to remove cannabis from Schedule IV of the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs — where it was listed alongside dangerous and highly addictive opioids like heroin.”

Tending crops at a marijuana plantation in North Macedonia.
Credit…Loulou d’Aki for The New York Times

Published: Dec.02: 2020: https://t.co/0ArCQcrWsd

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