This Crypto Craze Is Making People Millions

This Crypto Craze Is Making People Millions

Last week, the markets took a major hit with fears over inflation and interest rates…

And like we were saying the whole time, now is not the time to panic.

Markets shook off some profits in a reset and today they’re back to a bullish trend.

Here’s everything I’m tracking this week…

  1. NFTs for Dummies: A Full Explanation

Nonfungible tokens are the latest trend right now.

They’re selling for millions of dollars online, but they raise a lot more questions than answers…

The first of course being what are they, and why are they selling for so much?

In a lot of ways they act like trading luxury goods.

And if you want a boiled down overview, click here for the full scoop.

  1. One Step Forward in Saving Your Privacy

 When you look up anything on Google, the search engine logs your information in the form of cookies.

This allows Google to target you with advertisements that will cater toward your personal tastes.

Now Google has announced they will be phasing out new cookies from third-party companies — a major step toward protecting consumers’ privacy.

This comes as Big Tech is under the microscope of government officials.

And if they follow through, this could be huge for consumer privacy protection.

  1. Tesla Plugs Into Texas’ Grid

 Texas’ ice storm exposed major problems with the energy infrastructure in the state.

A multitude of factors led to millions being caught without power. And while many fingers were being pointed, there was no doubt that there are some major problems that need to be addressed.

Right on cue now, Elon Musk and Tesla have swooped in to try to save the day.

Just like they did with southern Australia, Tesla looks to improve the Texas energy infrastructure and bring more stability to the area.

  1. Volvo Bets on the Death of Petrol

EV infrastructure is getting backed by the U.S. government…

Ford and GM are now eating into Tesla’s market share…

And now more and more companies are trying to revamp their lineups before they get left in the dark.

The dominoes have already started to fall, and now Volvo expects to go fully electric by 2030.

To a bright future,

Ray Blanco

Ray Blanco

Ray Blanco is the editor of Technology Profits Confidential as well as Breakthrough Technology Alert, FDA Profit Alert, and Technology Profits Daily. Ray has been with Seven Figure Publishing since 2010. In 2019, his closed positions in Technology Profits Confidential outperformed the S&P500 by 50%.

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