For over 60 years, Meet the Press has featured headline-making interviews with world-leaders and newsmakers.
A 10-year-old boy’s local lemonade business attracts some big corporate support. Then there’s Nia the Loc God, a 21-year-old who started her own haircare enterprise, including a salon and a burgeoning product line, becoming a millionaire CEO in the process. Finally, meet the guy who goes from Major League ballpark to ballpark, catching more baseballs than anyone else.
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Terra’s new Luna token is taking holders on a wild ride just days after being distributed to investors who saw the value of their cryptocurrencies tied to the failed blockchain destroyed.
Various trading platforms showed differing prices after the tokens were awarded on Saturday in what’s referred to in the crypto industry as an airdrop. Kraken data show that the price opened at around $17, and swung between $30 and $4.80. OKX listed an opening price of $1, with extremes of $20 and $5. Luna 2.0, as the new token is known, was up about 30% to around $9 on Tuesday, according to pricing data from from TradingView and Kraken.   


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