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The bitcoin network doesn't comply with anti-money laundering laws that conventional financial networks must follow—though some bitcoin intermediaries do.
In its marketing, Trek claimed that WaveCel was “up to 48 times” more protective against concussions than conventional, foam-only helmets, citing a peer-reviewed study.
Quantum bits, or qubits, are analogous to the bits found in conventional computers.
It claims to be able to 3D print structures “two times as quickly with 95% less labor hours and 10-times less waste” than conventional construction.
The economic, demographic and technological forces now converging on conventional radio helped push the two biggest station owners, iHeart Media and Cumulus Media, to file for bankruptcy-court protection in 2017 and 2018, respectively.
“Bitcoin is really on the verge of getting broad acceptance by conventional finance people,” Musk said in the interview.
Toaster ovens excel at crisping, toasting, warming, and baking food at the level of a conventional oven, using electricity to get the job done quickly and efficiently.
For instance, Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine is a more conventional one and it only requires on shot, whereas the mRNA vaccines require two.
Purchase applications outpaced year-ago levels by an impressive 16 percent, with average loan amounts for conventional, FHA and VA loans all setting new MBA survey records.
We can really push the limits of how you integrate data and creativity in a way that’s not usually done in conventional agencies.

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