‘How to Buy Bitcoin in India’: Crypto Exchange Offers Rewards for Videos in All Indian Languages

18m
thebitcoinnews

Bitcoin’s correlation with gold is critical as fears of a stock market collapse grow

19m
cryptoslate

Bank of England mulls digital currency as Chinese efforts surge

19m
cryptoslate

Binance In South Africa Review – How-To Guide, Fees, and Limits

1h
thebitcoinnews

Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC Bulls Aiming Next Key Bullish Break

1h
livebitcoinnews

Bitcoin Cautious As Analyst Predicts Pullback in Risk-On Markets in July

2h
bitcoinist

Bank of England Still Debating Creation of Central Bank Digital Currency, Says Bailey

3h
thebitcoinnews

Digital asset fintech company The Bayesian Group launches

4h
thebitcoinnews

Digital asset fintech company, The Bayesian Group, launch

4h
thebitcoinnews

Ethereum 2.0 May Launch By Nov 2020 or Jan 2021, Core Devs Reveal

5h
cryptoticker

Survey: 60% of Bitcoin Investors Will Die With Their BTC If Price Stays Below $10,000

5h
thebitcoinnews

After 200% Rally Since Start of 2020, Cardano (ADA) May Suffer a Retracement

6h
bitcoinist

9303.51 Remains a Key BTC/USD Challenge: Sally Ho's Technical Analysis 15 July 2020 BTC

6h
cryptodaily

Covid-19 Stimulus: Banks Will Gain $18 Billion in Fees for Processing PPP Relief Loans

7h
thebitcoinnews

Chainlink’s competitor, BAND Protocol, is up 100% in the past week

7h
cryptoslate

Fidelity Investments invests big in Bitcoin mining as institutions want crypto

7h
cryptoslate

Why unprecedented exchange inflows aren’t stopping Chainlink’s momentum

7h
cryptoslate

Aggregate ERC20 Market Cap Outpaces Valuation of ETH in Circulation by $2 Billion

8h
thebitcoinnews

WBD236 - Bitcoin UX & Marketing with Dan Held

8h
letstalkbitcoin

Bitcoin is Flashing Signs of Weakness as It Trades Below Crucial Level

8h
bitcoinist

101Investing: New crypto broker tested

9h
cryptoticker

A Panel of Experts See Bitcoin Averaging $12,948 by Year End

10h
thebitcoinnews

Crypto Adoption: Newly Launched Binance Card To Serve 60 M Plus Merchants Across Europe

10h
coingape

Economic Expert: Libra, Interesting But Will Never Launch

10h
coininsider

Can Chainlink’s Market Cap Surpass That Of BCH and BSV Combined?...

10h
zycrypto


Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act To Boost Small Business |

Independent Restaurants Push for Senate Passage of Bipartisan Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act After Resounding House Vote

Q1 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the Independent Restaurant Coalition (IRC) released the following statement on the passage of the Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act in the House of Representatives:

“The passage of the bipartisan Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act is a sign that both parties agree that the Paycheck Protection Program can work better for independent restaurants. We are grateful for the leadership of Congressmen Dean Phillips and Chip Roy for leading the charge in the House. President Trump last week acknowledged that these PPP changes are needed to help independent restaurants put people back to work, and today Republicans and Democrats worked together to put forward a bill that would do just that. It’s now up to the Senate to give independent restaurants and 11 million employees a fighting chance to survive this crisis.

“As of today, over 40 million Americans have filed for unemployment, and restaurant employees have consistently accounted for the largest share of those looking for work. Even if these changes to the PPP become law, independent restaurants face nearly insurmountable odds to staying open over the next year as they face increasing costs and are forced to operate with reduced seating. If the PPP program is a bridge, the stabilization fund proposed by Rep. Earl Blumenauer would help 500,000 independent restaurants survive this crisis and get to the other side.”

What do you think? Comment below!

The post Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act To Boost Small Business appeared first on ValueWalk.

Regarding any copyrights issue, please contact us:content@hashbee.com.

0 comments