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New Token Based Degen Club ($BDC) Pumps 600% On Launch Day To .4M Market Cap

New Token Based Degen Club ($BDC) Pumps 600% On Launch Day To $1.4M Market Cap

New token Based Degen Club ($BDC) token pumped from $200K to an over $1.2M FDV in less than 12 hours of its launch yesterday, a 675% increase. $BDC currently holds a $1.37M FDV just under 24 hours from its listing. Source – DEXTools What Is Based Degen Club? As the Based Degen Club launches the $BDC token, it aims to make wealth creation in cryptocurrencies accessible to everyone. Using the Base blockchain, $BDC breaks away from traditional finance to empower more people with decentralized principles. $BDC already shakes the crypto world, with the hashtag #BDC trending on Twitter. Renowned figures like Tony G (@TonyGuoga) are joining the Based Degen Club. Playing live now at Coin poker come and watch me! pic.twitter.com/uw5PbuEyle — Tony G (@TonyGuoga) April 23, 2024 Tony G has 82k followers and can often be found playing high stakes poker in USDT at CoinPoker. 2024 influencer of the year award winner Mando CT (@XMaximist) has shown strong support by commenting on the pinned tweet of @BasedDegensClub, highlighting significant backing from top-tier individuals in …

Pitch Deck Teardown: Plantee Innovations’ .4M seed deck

Pitch Deck Teardown: Plantee Innovations’ $1.4M seed deck

It’s rare that I come across a pitch deck that ticks almost all the boxes. It’s so good, in fact, that I fed Plantee’s deck into an AI tool I built, and it determined there was a 97.7% chance that Plantee would raise money. This tool generally determines that only about 7.5% of all pitch decks are up to scratch, so Plantee’s is positively off the charts. What the robots didn’t pick up, however, was that Plantee’s Kickstarter campaign was canceled before it was completed, and there are a few other confusing bits as well. Let’s dive in to see what works, and what could be improved. We’re looking for more unique pitch decks to tear down, so if you want to submit your own, here’s how you can do that.  Slides in this deck Cover slide Summary slide Team slide Advisers and investors slide Mission slide Market validation slide Problem slide Solution slide Product slide  Competitive landscape slide  Traction slide  Target customer slide  Market size slide  GTM slide  Pricing & unit economics slide  Vision …

Moonhub raises .4M for VR training

Moonhub raises $1.4M for VR training

Are you looking to showcase your brand in front of the gaming industry’s top leaders? Learn more about GamesBeat Summit sponsorship opportunities here.  Moonhub has raised $1.4 million to expand its virtual reality training. Danish venture capital firm Unconventional Ventures led the round, with continued support from Pi Labs and Ada Ventures. This funding round brings Moonhub’s total raised capital to $4.5 million. Founded in 2016 by CEO Dami Hastrup along with cofounders Vinh Ly and Hannah Sutcliffe, Moonhub wants to improve learning and development through its CPD-accredited immersive VR learning experiences and Spot and Jot technology. Operating across sectors such as facilities management, security, and social care, Moonhub’s platform recreates real-world scenarios to provide a hands-on learning environment that is secure, cost-effective, and reduces dependence on physical resources. GB Event GamesBeat Summit Call for Speakers We’re thrilled to open our call for speakers to our flagship event, GamesBeat Summit 2024 hosted in Los Angeles, where we will explore the theme of “Resilience and Adaption”. Apply to speak here This approach generates valuable employee insights …

Cillian Murphy’s move with wife and sons back to £1.4m home in Dublin was the ‘best thing’ he’s done

Cillian Murphy’s move with wife and sons back to £1.4m home in Dublin was the ‘best thing’ he’s done

Cillian Murphy is notoriously private when it comes to his family life, which may be part of his decision to relocate from London to Dublin in 2015 The Oppenheimer star, 47, moved to a €1.7million (£1.4million) property in Monkstown, in south county Dublin, with his wife Yvonne McGuinness and their two sons, Malachy, 18, and Aran, 17, and says the move was “the best thing we did”. © GettyCillian Murphy married Yvonne in 2004 Speaking to The Irish Times about the relocation, Cillian explained that they mainly moved to be closer to family. “The kids are of a certain age. I think if you live in a world capital – like New York or London or wherever – it’s excellent and exciting and stimulating in your 20s and 30s. Then there’s a point where the things that were excellent and stimulating are now a bit sort of tedious and draining. You want something quieter and that’s what we did,” the Peaky Blinders star said. Cillian swapped his north London home for a period property that dates …

Newham Council’s free school meals firm posts £1.4m loss

Newham Council’s free school meals firm posts £1.4m loss

Catering company blames ‘rocketing inflation’ for financial difficulties Catering company blames ‘rocketing inflation’ for financial difficulties More from this theme Recent articles The catering arm of a London council that led the charge for universal free school meals has posted a £1.4 million loss amid soaring costs. Accounts for Juniper Ventures Limited, set up by Newham Council in 2017, declare the borough’s meal service the “front-running example of a high impact primary school meals ‘ecosystem’”.  The borough has had a universal free school meals offer since 2011, but new figures reveal how “rocketing inflation in the supply chain” drove the company from a £38,000 profit in 2021-22 to a £1.4 million loss last year. The loss would have been more than £1.6 million but was offset by a profit made by Juniper Pursuits Limited, a subsidiary of Juniper Ventures. School food campaigner Andy Jolley said the “really worrying figures highlight two things: the threat posed to catering firms by the chronic underfunding of school meals; and the profligacy of Newham Council in pushing ahead with …

Shell Energy fined £1.4m for failing to flag end of mobile and broadband contracts | Mobile phones

Shell Energy has been fined £1.4m for failing to alert more than 70,000 phone and broadband customers to the end of their contracts or tell them what they could save by signing up to a new deal. The communications regulator, Ofcom, found that Shell’s UK broadband and phone business broke consumer protection rules designed to ensure that customers get a fair deal. These rules, introduced by Ofcom in 2020, require providers to proactively prompt their customers before their existing contract is up and provide information to help them shop around and find a better deal. Telecoms and pay-TV companies must issue an “end-of-contract” notification to customers – by text, email or letter – between 10 and 40 days before their minimum contract period comes to an end. They must also send notifications at least once a year to customers who are outside their minimum contract period, reminding them that they are free to leave or switch to a different deal. Both notifications must include “best tariff” information. The regulator’s investigation found that Shell Energy broke …