Tag: New York City

Coronavirus Outbreaks Turns New York City Into a Ghost Town

There are a lot of consequences to the novel coronavirus outbreak in New York. In fact, most people agree that the current state of New York City is rather ghost city-esque. Walking around in New York City will feel akin to a ghost town these days. New York City Isn’t Thriving, but That’s a Good Thing The novel coronavirus outbreak continues to wreak havoc in the city, with roughly 2,000 …
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5 Extra Novel Coronavirus Drive-Through Testing Centers are Coming to New York City

The novel coronavirus situation in New York City continues to escalate. Over 460 confirmed cases have been recorded, and at least seven people have died. It is evident that the novel coronavirus is no joke by any means.\ New York City Remains a Coronavirus Hub Many people dismissed it since the first reports came out of China. Even today, ample people believe this is “just the flu”, albeit with a …
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New York City Will Welcome Your Cash With Open Arms

Running a physical business is always a complex undertaking. Especially in New York City, now that cashless payments have been banned completely.  This news is rather surprising, as it has seemingly come out of the blue. Cash Remains King in New York City A legislative proposal to for businesses to accept cash was introduced a while ago. No one really expected it to pass the City Council’s vote, however. Last …
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New York City Electricity Spot Price Spikes By 1,000%

By the look of things, Washington is not the only area where electricity prices are on the rise. New York City saw a 1,000% electricity price spike due to a lasting heatwave after a thunderstorm. This is not good news for anyone who is mining Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency in this city, as their electricity bill will go up significantly. Electricity Prices Spike in New York City When nature strikes, …
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