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German Economic Activity Unexpectedly Shrinks on Inflation
Germany in Final Stage of Bailout Deal for Russia-Hit Uniper
Korean Hedge Fund Buys Tech Stocks Betting Worst Over for Market
Seagate Drops After ‘Economic Conditions’ Blamed for Weak Forecast
US Dependence on Taiwan Chips Is ‘Untenable,’ Raimondo Says
China’s Xi Wishes Biden Speedy Recovery From Covid Infection
Banned in Europe, Kremlin-Backed RT Channel Turns to Africa
World’s Frothiest Housing Market Cools in Global Warning Signal
Ex-Coinbase Manager Arrested in US Crypto Insider-Trading Case
Disney in Talks With BBC to Stream ‘Doctor Who’ Series
String Quartet Brings Music to Inmates in Mississippi Prison
Lagarde’s ‘Whatever It Takes’ Sequel Isn’t a Hit Yet
The Populist Experiment in Italy Has Failed
Assuming You’ll Retire Healthy Is an Expensive Mistake
Ghosts of 2012 Haunt Europe as Rate Hikes Begin
The AI Platform Behind a Bezos-Backed Startup’s Vegan Burgers
The $260 Swatch-Omega MoonSwatch Is Reviving the Budget Brand
Despite Abe’s Push, Women Still Largely Absent From Japan Boards
Planned Parenthood Workers at 28 Clinics Vote to Unionize
Trucker Protest Keeps Dockworkers From Work at Key California Hub
What’s Behind Europe’s Spate of Deadly Wildfires?
Northvolt to Develop Wood-Based Batteries With Stora Enso
How to Be a Good Climate Mayor
Why Neighborhoods and Small Businesses Thrive in Tokyo
Pennsylvania County Could Become First to Divest From Wells Fargo Over Abortion
Bitcoin Breakout From Sideways Churn Targets Key Hurdle
Three Arrows Founders, En Route to Dubai, Describe ‘Regrettable’ Collapse
Ex-Coinbase Manager Arrested in US Crypto Insider-Trading Case

Crypto exchange Bitstamp plans to charge a monthly “inactivity fee” for certain users, as the market downturn weighs on trading volume in the industry. 
The charges, at 10 euros ($10.27) per month, will apply to accounts that haven’t traded, deposited, withdrawn or staked assets for a year with a total balance of less than 200 euros, starting Aug. 1, Bitstamp said in a company blog. Users in the US aren’t subject to the charges. 


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