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BTCS Inc. is focused on blockchain and digital currency ecosystems. The Company through, its blockchain-infrastructure operations, secures disruptive blockchains and operates validator nodes on various proof of stake-based blockchain networks. Its Blockchain infrastructure operations are defined as earning a reward for securing a blockchain by validating transactions on that blockchain. There are two consensus mechanisms used to secure blockchains, such as proof-of-work (PoW), in which nodes dedicate computational resources, and proof-of-stake (PoS), in which nodes dedicate financial resources. It uses its blockchain infrastructure to operate validator nodes on various PoS-based blockchain networks. The Company is also developing a Digital Asset Dashboard, which allows users to evaluate their crypto portfolio holdings across multiple exchanges and chains on a single platform. The dashboard utilizes digital asset exchange's application programming interfaces (APIs).

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Amazon isn't immune from FedEx's woes, but there's several reasons it'll outperform its competitors

3:03 pm ET September 19, 2022 (MarketWatch)

Shares of Inc. gained 0.2% in afternoon trading Monday, after falling 2.2% in the previous session in the wake of package delivery giant FedEx Corp.'s big profit miss and warning. Analyst Justin Post at BofA Securities said Amazon will not be immune from the global slowdown in package volumes FedEx has suffered, but he sees four reasons Amazon should be less impacted: 1) Amazon no longer ships with FedEx; 2) Amazon has well over 50% of volumes in the U.S., while FedEx said weakness in Europe and Asia were the main reason for its troubles; 3) Amazon likely has a higher-income average consumer than its biggest competitors -- Walmart Inc. , Target Corp. and eBay Inc. -- and saw "no discernible trade-down" away from discretionary items; and 4) with a wide third-party selection and fast delivery speeds, Amazon is expected to take market share from competitors that may be using FedEx. Post reiterated his buy rating on Amazon and his $170 stock price target, which implied about 37% upside from current levels. Amazon's stock has run up 16.5% over the past three months, while FedEx shares have tumbled 29.4% and the S&P 500 has gained 5.6%.

-Tomi Kilgore


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September 19, 2022 15:03 ET (19:03 GMT)

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