Category Archive : Safemoon News

SafeMoon is about to enter its biggest bullish rally ever

  • SafeMoon price is set to rally back to at least $0.001500000, the high of April. 
  • SAFEMOON breaks its downtrend and turns higher.
  • Expect more investor inflow, underpinning the price action and seeing more pops.

SafeMoon (SAFEMOON) price is back amongst the living after being in the dark for so long. Since the launch of the second version around December last year, its price action has been in a straight downward line, which since last week is coming to an end. With the break above the red descending trend line and the break above the 9-Day Simple Moving Average, a clear signal has been delivered to the markets and will work like a magnet to attract more investors and see price action appreciating towards $0.001500000, or 130% of gains.

SAFEMOON bulls are on their way to booking 130% gains during a hot summer

SafeMoon price is on the cusp of booking its most robust rally ever after two major bearish elements have been taken out. Add to that the fact that more tail risks are getting deflated in global markets and therefore weighing less on price action and it looks as if SafeMoon price will get unchained and develop more free room to balloon higher…

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SafeMoon price readies for a 40% breakout – FXStreet

SafeMoon price readies for a 40% breakout  FXStreet
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Is SafeMoon A Billion Dollar Fraud? Coffeezilla Thinks So – Pt.3: V2 Contract

According to Coffeezilla, the V2 Contract was the project’s first and only original idea. The operators basically modified the fee structure and little else, but SafeMoon did change the code. “The big question became “how do you get everyone to switch over to this v2 token?”, the narrator asks.  As we enter the saga’s final chapter, it’s worth remembering that this whole thing started with a rug pull and continued with Operation Pheonix.

This is where the situation escalates. “In an attempt to make the v1 token useless and force everyone to migrate their tokens over to v2,” the SafeMoon people “decided to force people to switch using a 100% tax.” That’s the beauty of centralization, the government can do whatever it wants. The SafeMooners created a mortal trap, “essentially, if you tried to do anything but migrate your tokens to v2 you would lose all of your tokens”.

Related Reading | YouTube Detective Exposes Jake Paul’s Alleged Secret Wallet For Crypto Scams

Of course, many people tried to do all kinds of things and lost all kinds of tokens. How much exactly?…

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Apple wins appeal over allegedly faulty MacBook Pro screens

The Ninth Circuit ruled on Thursday that Apple had no need to disclose a potential class action over allegedly faulty MacBook Pro screens, dismissing the case. According to the complaint, MacBook Pro models launched after 2016 have cables that are excessively short and eventually break due to normal wear and tear. Plaintiffs alleged that the California Consumer Legal Remedies Act and the Unfair Competition Law had been violated.

Instacart Loses Bid to Keep Worker Status Claims Out of Court. Instacart failed to convince a California appellate court Tuesday that the San Diego city attorney must arbitrate claims for injunctive relief and restitution in a suit alleging the grocery-delivery platform misclassified its shoppers as independent contractors. Stericycle Securities Class Lead Counsel Sees Fee Award Tossed. Counsel for plaintiffs in a securities fraud lawsuit against Stericyle Inc. had their 25% fee award tossed Wednesday, with the Seventh Circuit remanding the case for “a fresh determination more in line with what an ex ante agreement would have produced.”

The lawsuit also alleged fraudulent concealment under a common law theory, and violations of deceptive trade…

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Why is Live Crypto Party’s LCP token trending?

Cryptoassets may register steep gains or book severe losses over a short time. This hyper-volatility can make big news, but a section of enthusiasts seem undeterred. This reflected in how BTC, ETH and other tokens had gained in past 24 hours as of writing.

BTC and ETH were both up over three per cent. But aside from these popular assets, the cryptoverse is filled with tens of thousands of small tokens. One token trending as of writing was Live Crypto Party. Is this the next big thing in cryptos? Though predicting this is fairly impossible, let’s know why LCP is making news.

Live Crypto Party cryptocurrency

The project seemingly falls under the metaverse category of cryptoverse. Live Crypto Party claims it is a “party-to-earn” platform. Play-to-earn or P2E tokens like AXS and MANA are already popular. These have billion-dollar market caps, and their trading volume is also high. Live Crypto Party, however, has yet to enter that league.

What it is promising is “buyback” of any token on any specific day with up to 80 per cent profit for the holder. Live Crypto Party platform states that users can vote for a…

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Apple Wins Appeal Over Allegedly Defective MacBook Pro Displays

Apple defeated an appeal to revive a would-be class action over allegedly defective MacBook Pro displays, after the Ninth Circuit said Thursday that the company had no duty to disclose the flaw.

The lawsuit alleged that MacBook Pro models released after 2016 were designed with cables that are too short and eventually fail with ordinary wear and tear. The plaintiffs claimed violations California’s Consumer Legal Remedies Act and Unfair Competition Law.

The lawsuit also alleged fraudulent concealment under a common law theory, and violations of deceptive trade statutes in Washington, Florida, New Jersey, Michigan, Alaska, Missouri, Massachusetts, and Texas.

The …

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Arkema France to Face Certified Class in Toxic Exposure Lawsuit

May 19, 2022, 5:02 PM

Arkema France SA can avoid a class of Texas residents who sought damages over alleged exposure to toxins after Hurricane Harvey struck its facility, a federal judge in the state ruled, but it must face a class that seeks medical monitoring and property cleanup.

Crosby, Texas, residents sued after Arkema’s trailers containing organic peroxide exploded in 2017 and sent ash and smoke into the air. People near the facility experienced rashes, headaches, blisters, and other ailments, according to the complaint filed in the US District Court for the Southern District of Texas.

Plaintiffs sought to represent a class of residents …

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Goldman Sachs Adds Orrick Litigators to Fight Sex Bias Suit

Goldman Sachs & Co. has added more firepower to a team of litigators defending the investment banking firm in a massive sex discrimination suit headed to trial in Manhattan.

A group of lawyers from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe have joined the roster of Big Law attorneys defending Goldman in the suit, according to documents filed in a New York federal court Wednesday. The newcomers include Lynne Hermle, a high-profile Silicon Valley trial lawyer who’s had success in court defending SpaceX, Advanced Micro Devices Inc., and IBM in employment cases.

A group of female associates and vice presidents alleges that Goldman …

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Bitcoin Elliott Wave Next Leg Down Has Started Today…

Bitcoin Elliott Wave Technical Analysis and TradingLevels. Market Summary: Bitcoin is retesting supply at (30,000 Major TradingLevel TL3) as Wave (iv) of iii) of C of (2).
Crypto Market Summary: Crypto markets are still in sync with the Nasdaq stocks and today I compare Apple stock to Bitcoin. The first Elliott Wave Impulse structure is in place confirming the downwards direction.
Bitcoin Trading Strategy: Wave (iv) is completed and the first Impulse wave lower is underway. We are currently short and will look to add short positions on rallies and new lows.

 

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Instacart Loses Bid to Keep Worker Status Claims Out of Court

Instacart failed to convince a California appellate court Tuesday that the San Diego city attorney must arbitrate claims for injunctive relief and restitution in a suit alleging the grocery-delivery platform misclassified its shoppers as independent contractors.

The San Diego city attorney sued Instacart, legally registered as Maplebear Inc., in Sept. 2019, alleging violations of California’s Unfair Competition Law. Instacart misclassified workers in order to deny them employee protections, harming its employees and the public at large, the suit said.

A trial court in San Diego granted a temporary restraining order in Feb. 2020, preventing Instacart from classifying San Diego shoppers …

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