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Member of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies Joenia Wapichana proposed to tokenize gold and use blockchain to prevent illegal mining and sale of this precious metal.

Brazil wants to tokenize gold and use blockchain

According to Vapichana, the country should be able to account for gold mining activities on its territory. The bill introduces new legislation aimed at transactions with precious metals and their transportation.

The bill will also help fight illegal mining activities in the country.

The legislator noted that about half of the gold in the country is mined illegally. She added that illegal mining activities have worsened the environmental impact of the mining industry.

These operations are accompanied by mercury pollution, violence and deforestation, which has been frequently reported in the national and international press, as well as civil society organizations that fight to protect the forest and guarantee the rights of indigenous peoples.

Therefore, Vapishana proposed to create a single system based on the blockchain, in which information about the mined gold will be entered, and through which its sale will be carried out. To do this, it is necessary to make the necessary amendments to the legislation of the country, the deputy added.

The idea of ​​tokenizing natural resources also came up this summer with the government of the Central African Republic (CAR). It believes that this will attract funds from foreign investors and accelerate the adoption of crypto assets in the country. In 2020, Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire suggested that within a few years, asset tokenization will gain popularity as it is an effective way to increase liquidity.

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Micron invests up to $100 billion in semiconductor manufacturing in New York State

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Micron Technology intends to invest up to $100 billion over the next 20 years to build a manufacturing facility in New York State. It will produce semiconductors and become the largest in the world. It is expected that the launch of the new enterprise will create about 50,000 new jobs. As for investments, by the end of this decade they will amount to $20 billion.

Micron invests up to $100 billion in semiconductor manufacturing in New York State

Earlier in August, the company announced its intention to invest $40 billion by 2030 in memory production in the US. It also plans to invest $15 billion in a semiconductor manufacturing plant, which will be located in Idaho. Against the background of this information, the value of Micron shares increased by 3.1%.

Such large investments are not accidental – this is due to the signing of the Law on Chips and Science. According to him, US companies can receive government subsidies, $52.7 billion has been allocated for the project, which will expand the production of microcircuits and stimulate the development of the semiconductor industry in the United States.

Earlier, Intel and the Canadian company Brookfield entered into an agreement under which they will invest up to $30 billion in a plant in Arizona.

At the same time, it became known earlier that the United States wants to impose new sanctions against China, specifically related to high technologies.

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Missiles no longer needed? Space catapult SpinLaunch successfully sent a payload into orbit for the tenth time

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Missiles no longer needed Space catapult SpinLaunch successfully sent a

SpinLaunch announced the results of the tenth successful flight test of its rocket-free space launch technology, the Orbital Launch system. During the test, the company launched a NASA payload into orbit, after which it was able to return to Earth to analyze the effect of stress loads on components.

Missiles no longer needed?  Space catapult SpinLaunch successfully sent a payload into orbit for the tenth time

As it turned out, elements of the satellites could well survive such an extreme launch. Indeed, with such a launch technology, the acceleration was up to 10,000 g, and the “projectile” itself accelerates to a speed of 8,000 km / h. This allows you to launch small payloads into orbit, and much cheaper than using rockets.

The tenth flight test represents a watershed moment for SpinLaunch. Today we are bringing the Sub-Orbital Booster System to our customers, strategic partners and research teams. The data and insights gained from flight testing will be invaluable to both SpinLaunch (as we continue to develop the Orbital Launch system) and to our customers who hope to that we will provide them with low-cost, high-quality and sustainable access to space”, said Jonathan Jani, founder and CEO of SpinLaunch.

SpinLaunch has been developing its launch technology since 2015, although actual launches only started last year. The company claims that their method is much more environmentally friendly and much safer than classic rockets.

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World’s first laptop with RISC-V processor goes on sale It costs $1,500

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Worlds first laptop with RISC V processor goes on sale It

The ROMA laptop, the world’s first portable computer based on the RISC-V processor, which was introduced last summer, appeared on Alibaba’s Chinese site. This model is priced at $1499.

World's first laptop with RISC-V processor goes on sale It costs $1,500

At the moment, the manufacturer plans to ship about 100 units by the end of the year, and up to 1,000 more in the first quarter of 2023. At the same time, to purchase, you need to contact the supplier directly, clarify the price and specifications before placing an order.

The laptop itself is the result of a partnership between China’s DeepComputing and Xcalibyte. It is built on the Alibaba T-Head TH1520 processor with four 64-bit Xuantie C910 cores, which operate at a frequency of 2.5 GHz. It also has a neural processor with a performance of up to 4 TOPS and an Imagination graphics chip.

World's first laptop with RISC-V processor goes on sale It costs $1,500

The laptop is equipped with a 14.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of permanent memory. Other features include a backlit keyboard, SD card reader, HDMI, USB-C, USB-A and Ethernet ports, Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth adapters, and a 1080p webcam.

For now, such a system will be of interest only to enthusiasts and developers, but this is the first mass alternative to x86 and Arm processors that has appeared on the market.

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