With the supply of homes hitting record lows nationwide, prices are skyrocketing, and homes are getting snatched up as soon as they become available. If you’re selling a home, you currently are in a prime position to attract multiple offers and possibly incite a bidding war if you play your cards right.
Playing games alongside friends and family members can create some of the most memorable gaming moments, especially when you're working as a team to overcome the challenges thrown your way. We've rounded up the best Xbox co-op games in 2022. Whether you're looking for a game to play online with friends or something light and fun to enjoy on the couch with your partner, we think you'll find something that stands out on this list. From live service games like Sea of Thieves and Destiny 2 to lovingly crafted platformers such as It Takes Two and Unravel 2, there's no shortage of rewarding co-op games on Xbox, regardless of which genres you're into. We've organized the list in alphabetical order and will continue to update it as more excellent co-op games are released for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.
The fear of missing out (FOMO) was at its peak as the price for Bitcoin rose above $40,000. The cryptocurrency started a nervous weekend at around $39,000 on Feb 26 after a one-day spike briefly noticed USD 40,000 return to fame just a day ago. After a day of high volatility, Bitcoin was relatively calm on Saturday. After trading as high at $40,330 over at Bitstamp, there are now signs that the market may be stabilizing for good this time around, with more positive news coming out from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView revealing calmer situations going forward into Sunday morning’s session. Related Reading | Cryptocurrency Prices Soar On Possibility Of Russia-Ukraine Talks The fakeout phenomenon played out in the crypto markets on Friday as well. As a result, the volume was thinner than usual over the weekend. Geopolitical turmoil in Ukraine and Russia has created an atmosphere of continuing cautious sentiment amidst issues that may deliver contemporary instability on Monday. This week, the Crypto Fear & Greed Index reached a new low, remaining within the 26/100 “concern” zone. Russia-Ukraine war has caused a stir in the crypto-verse, with many traders worrying about how it may affect Bitcoin prices. However, for now, at least there seems to be some lightheartedness. We can see that even though Long Term Bears were victorious after their latest $34300 low was set versus February’s dip down into psychological territory ($32 800), trading volumes suggest an opportunity just might exist again soon enough. Analysts Reviews On Bitcoin Move The bear market may be over for now. In an interview with Rekt Capital analyst, February’s coming down from $45,500 will most likely end up being “a vital” consolidation period where traders try to get back into buying mode before things go south again. The end of this week saw a significant recovery for both Europe and U.S., as macro markets showed some stability after yesterday’s turmoil in the Asia Pacific caused by China’s economic data announcement that came out late Friday night. Related Reading | Battle Of The Hedges: How Gold And Bitcoin Have Performed With Russia-Ukraine Conflict The U.S dollar surged in power as hostilities started to increase again. Most of its beneficial properties with the USD Forex index (DXY) returning after reaching a high level around 97.7%. Top Trending Market Update Saturday, the entire cryptocurrency market seemed to be in a good place. With leading coins led by Terra (LUNA) increasing about 50% over the past week. Some late beneficial properties are still taking part in out, including for XRP. The coin was 10.3% higher over the 24 hours. Ether is on the move! An essential altcoin by market cap, ETH traded above $2,750 again today with 5.6% growth every day. And seeking valuable territory above $3,000 for sure this time around. Featured image from Pixabay, Chart from TradingView.com
The ongoing feud between the Securities and Exchange Commission and the fintech firm, Ripple continues to make headlines. On 25 February, the SEC filed its opposition to Brad Garlinghouse’s Motion to Compel turnover of notes taken by Matthew Estabrook, counsel to former Commissioner Roisman. It had insights into a 2018 meeting between Roisman and Garlinghouse. […]
The new logo for Street Fighter 6 has caused quite a stir online, with many likening it to a stock image found on Adobe (thanks, Aurich). Now, the creator of said stock image has offered to sell the exclusive rights of their design to Capcom.
Adobe image creator xcoolee spoke to IGN about their logo being 'used' by Capcom and shared they "were looking to sell exclusive rights for the image to Capcom, removing it from sale to other parties".