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Weekend things to do: Date-night destinations; Chris Bosh & his new beer; top tribute bands in Boca Raton

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Don’t let the name fool you — Brightline’s third annual #305Weekend is a sweet deal for the 954 and 561, too.

Celebrating three years of intercity service in South Florida, the rail line is offering $3 and $5 one-way fares between Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach on Friday through Sunday, which ought to encourage us to get out in a new way in new places.

Here are some low-hassle ideas for a weekend date night or afternoon out at destinations within an easy stroll of Brightline’s three South Florida stations. If you are looking to venture farther, Brightline’s free shared-shuttle service (within 5 miles of the station) is available with these discounted fares, if you book at least two hours in advance.

#305Weekend tickets — they cost $3 for one stop, $5 between West Palm Beach and Miami — are available at GoBrightline.com.

Perez Art Museum Miami is a short walk from Brightline’s Miami Central station and is showing the exhibit “Marisol and Warhol Take New York.” Drop by the museum shop to find a wide variety of items related to the show, including an unnerving Andy Warhol puppet. The museum’s Verde restaurant includes a beautiful view of Biscayne Bay. Visit PAMM.org.

Also nearby, the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is in the final weekend of Zoetic Stage’s “Our Dear Dead Drug Lord,” a well-reviewed dark “comedy” about four teenage girls by South Florida writer Alexis Scheer. Visit ArshtCenter.org.

And Brightline offers free shuttles to and from Marlins Park, where the Miami Marlins battle the rival Atlanta Braves this weekend. Visit Marlins.com.

In Fort Lauderdale, visitors also will find free shuttles between the downtown Brightline station and DRV PNK Stadium, where David Beckham’s Inter Miami CF will take on New York Red Bulls at 6 p.m. Sunday. Visit InterMiamiCF.com.

The Florida Panthers and Funky Buddha Brewery on Sunday will host a big-screen watch party for the hockey heroes’ playoff game, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at Esplanade Park, a short walk from the station (a portion along the New River). The free, family friendly event includes live music, merchandise, street hockey and more. The game is at 1:30 p.m. Visit Facebook.com/FunkyBuddhaBrew.

Also in downtown Fort Lauderdale this weekend, Miami City Ballet will end its season with “Prodigal Son” at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday, with tickets starting at $37. Recommended date-night dining nearby includes Rivertail (on the New River) and Chimney House (cozy, hospitable). Visit BrowardCenter.org.

In West Palm Beach, the Brightline station feels even more in the middle of everything. Two blocks north of the station, legendary Clematis Street music venue Respectable Street will host Hip Hop Helps: Ukraine Benefit Concert at 8 p.m. Friday hosted by Dan Lee, with performances by GVIN, Amani Omar, John Brown, Chevy LaPole and DJ Undrwd. Tickets $5-$10. Visit Facebook.com/respectablestreet.

About three blocks south of the station, at Palm Beach Improv in The Square, actor, comedian and keyboardist Craig Robinson (“The Office,” “You can’t out-pizza the Hut”) has five shows Friday-Sunday. Visit PalmBeachImprov.com.

On the otherside of The Square, “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical” makes its pandemic-delayed debut at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, with a run through May 26. There are plenty of date-night dining options nearby. I’ve always been partial to the Blind Monk, for intimate wine and tapas. Visit Kravis.org.

Elsewhere in South Florida this weekend, we’re dressing up for the new “Downton Abbey” movie, celebrating Miami Heat great Chris Bosh’s new beer and drinking with basset hounds. Here’s a look …

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Weekend movie: The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival will host a red-carpet costume party and cocktail hour for a screening of “Downton Abbey: A New Era” Friday night at the Classic Gateway Theater. The gin cocktail reception begins at 6 p.m., with music and macarons from Croissan’Time French Bakery. The film screens at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $12, $10 seniors. Cocktails cost $10. Visit FLIFF.com.

Brightsiders: Pop music’s indefatigable merchants of joy, the Lumineers perform 7:30 p.m. Friday at iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach. Prices start at $26.50 with purchase of a four-pack at LiveNation.com.

Everglades stories: South Florida native Sarah McCulloch, will share music from her evocative new album “Sawmiller’s Daughter,” 8 p.m. Friday at the intimate North Miami listening room Luna Star Cafe. Informed by a childhood spent in the Big Cypress Swamp, McCulloch’s album is collection of vivid storytelling in the mode of traditional country music, all elevated by her timeless vocals. Local swamp-country provocateur Raiford Starke is also on the bill. Visit LunaStarCafe.com. For more on McCulloch’s music, visit SarahMacMusic.com.

Ticket window: Lady Gaga this week added a Sept. 17 performance at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens to her global stadium tour The Chromatica Ball. Tickets are scheduled to go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, preceded by a series of presales. Visit Ticketmaster.com.

Carrie Underwood’s Denim & Rhinestones Tour, with special guest Jimmie Allen, will be at FTX Arena in Miami on Feb. 2. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Friday at Ticketmaster.com. (The presale password is GARDEN.)

Daryl Hall and Daryl’s House Band, with opener Todd Rundgren, will perform July 31 at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, with tickets ($60+) on sale 10 a.m. Friday at MyHRL.com. The tour supports Hall’s new two-disc retrospective “BeforeAfter,” a reminder that the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer once had an album produced by Robert Fripp (1980′s “Sacred Songs”).

Citing extraordinary demand, Live Nation has consolidated Spanish pop quartet Hombres G’s two sold-out performances at the Fillmore Miami Beach June 25-26 into a single show on June 25 at FTX Arena in Miami. The move creates additional tickets, which go on sale 10 a.m. Friday at Ticketmaster.com.

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Ukraine tribute: Featuring a lineup of classic-rock tribute bands, SongFest for Vets III is an Armed Forces Day celebration and fundraiser for Ukraine 2-11 p.m. Saturday at Mizner Park Amphitheater in Boca Raton. Along with a variety of Ukrainian food, beer, art and kid-friendly crafts and games, the event will include area tribute acts KISS Alive, Erasmith (Aerosmith) and Shoot to Thrill (AC/DC), along with classic rockers Shovelhed. Admission is free, with donations accepted. The festival has been organized by retired Army Col. Bill Millard, a Boca Raton resident who served with the U.S. Army in Ukraine. Visit Facebook.com/SongFestforVets.

Weekend laughs: Writer, actor and comedian Bill Burr brings his Slight Return Tour to iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach 8 p.m. Saturday. There are still tickets, starting at $74, at LiveNation.com.

Dog days: The Wharf Fort Lauderdale will be over-run with basset hounds noon-4 p.m. Saturday during a Yappy Hour meetup of the group Soflo Basset Hounds. The Wharf’s $35 bottles of Côtes de Provence Rosé can only add to the hilarity. Visit WharfFTL.com. … S3 Restaurant on Fort Lauderdale beach will host Bark Brunch 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, with house-made treats for dogs. Purchase a dog toy or $5 Tito’s drink ticket to benefit the nonprofit rescue Chasing Freedom. Dogs are welcome on the patio. Visit Facebook.com/S3SunSurfSand.

Brews & blues: The fifth annual Ocean Brews & Blues festival returns to Deerfield Beach on Saturday, with more than 100 craft beers, from South Florida and otherwise, food, live music and items made by local creatives. It takes place 3-8 p.m. in the Main Beach Parking Lot (149 SE 21st Ave.) and admission is free. Tasting tickets cost $40 (advance, $45 at gate) for 4 p.m. admission, $60 for 3 p.m. VIP entry ($65 at the gate) and exclusive VIP swag and food samples. Visit Facebook.com/oceanbrewsandbluesfest.

Free concert: The free Afro Roots Fest comes to Broward County for the first time at 4 p.m. Saturday in downtown Hollywood’s ArtsPark. Along with popular locals The Resolvers and DJ Le Spam, and Brian Potts’ (Nu Deco Ensemble) samba percussion group Miamibloco, the lineup features Jesus Hidalgo (Venezuela), Philip Montalbán (Nicaragua) and Gilmar Gomes (Brazil). Visit AfroRootsFest.com.

Outside-inside: The pandemic-inspired outdoor comedy picnics known as Comedy On the Green are moving inside at Mizner Park Cultural Center in Boca Raton. The Comedy Off the Green series begins with a 7 p.m. Saturday performance by New York City-based comedian Jon Fisch (as seen on “The Late Show with David Letterman” and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”). Tickets cost $30-$45. Visit ComedyOnTheGreen.org. For a preview, watch Fisch and comic-writer Dave Siegel (a COTG co-creator) chop it up at Instagram.com/comedyonthegreen.

Hometown blues: J.P. Soars & the Red Hots play 7 p.m. Saturday at the Funky Biscuit in Boca Raton, their first local show since performing at the Blues Music Awards in Memphis, where they were up for the Band of the Year award. Boca Raton resident Soars was nominated for the top award, B.B. King Entertainer of the Year, as well as the best guitarist award. Tickets cost $15-$25. Visit FunkyBiscuit.com.

SUNDAY

Chris Bosh beer: Dogfish Head Miami will celebrate its first anniversary in Wynwood in a big way at noon Sunday when Miami Heat icon Chris Bosh and Dogfish founder and brewer Sam Calagione host the can release for their limited-edition collaboration, Bosh Blonde. The citrus-y ale, brewed with Florida oranges and sugar cane juice, comes in cans featuring a sketch of Bosh in a contemplative pose on the label. The day-long anniversary festivites also include live music and a special menu of Bosh Bites, based on his favorite foods. Bosh Blonde will be available on draft and in four-packs of 16-ounce cans ($16). A portion of beer sales will go to nonprofit Refresh Miami. A limited number of meet-and-greet opportunities will be available to Dogfish Off-Centered Society members. To sign up visit DogFish.com.

You want your ‘80s? Sting’s show at Hard Rock Live Sunday night is sold out, of course. Another singer from the era (and a performer way ahead of her time), Pat Benatar will be at Pompano Beach Amphitheater 7:30 p.m. Sunday, sharing hits including “Love is a Battlefield,” “Heartbreaker,” “Hell is for Children” and “We Belong” with guitarist and songwriter Neil Giraldo, John Waite opens. Tickets start at $35 at PompanoBeachArts.org.

Staff writer Ben Crandell can be reached at [email protected].

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LAKE FRONT, Minnesota — Prior Lake police say a man was arrested and no one was injured after shots were fired outside a home early Wednesday.

Multiple 911 calls about gunshots brought officers to the 3600 block of Willow Beach Street Southwest just before 2:30 a.m., the Prior Lake Police Department said.

Police said they saw “activity in the yard outside the house” and heard more gunshots nearby.

Officers arrested a man and recovered a handgun.

Police said there was no threat to the public.

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NFL preseason and training camp are the best ways to hone offense, but for a four-time NFL MVP like Aaron Rodgers, patience can certainly run out.

The Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints faced off in joint workouts. While the defense had looked solid, Rodgers lamented the offense’s errors.

“A lot of mental errors, a lot of pre-snap penalties,” the Packers star said Tuesday. “It was kind of the camp theme. Simple, simple games that we miss.”

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The Packers traded Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders and lost Marquez Valdes-Scantling to the Kansas City Chiefs, not to mention offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett who took over as head coach of the Denver Broncos.

Green Bay added Sammy Watkins and selected Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs and Samori Toure in the draft. Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb and Amari Rodgers are also back.

However, as the Packers prepare, Rodgers has openly said the mistakes have to stop.

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“It’s some of the same guys unfortunately. Repeated mistakes (are) a problem, so we just have to clean those things up a bit. Young guys, especially young receivers, we have to be a lot more consistent. Lots of falls, lots of wrong route decisions, taking the wrong route. We need to improve in this area. But I felt like the line held up pretty well, which was good to see.” Rodgers added.

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“I mean there’s definitely some guys that you feel really good with. Obviously I can play Cobby (Randall Cobb) in my sleep. And when he’s healthy, he’s the first receiver of league slots. I feel, especially after today, better with Sammy. And then there are a lot of opportunities after that.

The Saints defense is not to be overlooked and is probably the perfect team to train against in preparation for the season.

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The New Orleans defense was fourth in points allowed and seventh in yards allowed. The Saints beat the Packers 38-3 in last season’s opener. They shot Rodgers twice and fired him once.

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Fundraising launched for the statue of Freya, the euthanized Norwegian walrus

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Authorities decided to euthanize the walrus in the early hours of Sunday local time after the public ignored repeated warnings to keep their distance from her.

A walrus named Freya at the water’s edge at Frognerstranda in Oslo, Norway, Monday, July 18, 2022. Tor Erik Schrøder/NTB Scanpix via AP

A fundraising campaign has been launched to build a statue in memory of Freya, a 1,300-pound walrus euthanized this week by Norwegian authorities, who said she was a threat to human safety.

The young female walrus – nicknamed after the Norse goddess of beauty and love – has been causing a stir in the Norwegian capital, Oslo, since mid-July, napping on boats and sunbathing on the discarded.

Authorities decided to euthanize the walrus in the early hours of Sunday local time after the public ignored repeated warnings to keep their distance from her. Authorities had considered moving the walrus but ultimately decided the operation was too risky. Marine experts say there is a chance that a sedated marine mammal could drown.

Many people denounced this decision as a national disgrace. Some have raised questions about why authorities did not attempt to move the walrus to a safer area or wait for it to leave on its own once the summer crowds dispersed.

Freya’s death ‘has a strong negative signaling effect that we in Norway, and especially in Oslo, are unable to provide living space for wild animals,’ the collection organizers wrote. funds in their appeal.

“By erecting a statue of the symbol that Freya has quickly become, we will always remind (and future generations) that we cannot or should not always kill and suppress nature when she is ‘in the way,’” they added.

The campaign had raised nearly $20,000 by Wednesday, and organizers said several sculptors had expressed interest in creating the statue. In case the project does not move forward, all donations will go to the Norwegian branch of the World Wide Fund for Nature, they said.

Oslo officials did not immediately respond to a question about whether they had been asked about the placement of a statue in the city.

Walruses normally live in the ice-covered waters of Canada, Greenland, Norway, Russia and Alaska. There are approximately 25,000 Atlantic walruses and 200,000 Pacific walruses in the wild. They typically rest on sea ice between feeding bouts.

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Freya the walrus sitting on a boat at Frognerkilen in Oslo, Norway, Monday July 18, 2022. – Tor Erik Schrøder/NTB Scanpix via AP

However, climate change is pushing animals further and further away from their natural habitats. A beluga whale trapped in a river northwest of Paris, far from its Arctic home, died this month as rescuers tried to bring the 13ft mammal to shore.

Freya had also been seen along the coasts of several European countries in recent months, including Britain, Denmark and the Netherlands.

“Unfortunately, the situation is going to get worse as more and more of these polar species start coming into different waters,” said Karen Stockin, a marine ecologist at Massey University in New Zealand. New Zealand faces similar challenges in managing marine mammals, including sea lions and leopard seals, which venture into the Pacific nation from Antarctica.

“Our days of having clearer and more defined boundaries between some of these animals and our own existence – with climate change – are going to become fewer. We are going to have more overlap in our communities and our coastal environment. And therefore people will have to prepare for it,” said Stockin, who has spent the past few days rescuing a pod of wild dolphins stranded on an island off Auckland, New Zealand.

The frenzy of attention Freya garnered during her time in Oslo – crowds swarming within feet of the walrus – showed more needed to be done to educate the public on how to stay safe, marine experts say. Authorities released a photo on Sunday of dozens of people huddled together on a pier near the animal.

“You wouldn’t be on the Serengeti and think it’s good to be up close and personal with a lion,” Stockin said. She said that in cases like Freya’s, authorities should focus on “people management, not animal management.”

“Something weird is going on when it comes to marine mammals. People will get much closer than they ever would to any typical sized terrestrial wild animal. It’s crazy,” Stockin said. “And if it’s not handled properly by the authorities. . . it is the animal that suffers.

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A man was arrested on Tuesday for first degree murder after the death of a woman near Fountain was deemed “suspicious”, the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office said.

Fountain police were called to a reported overdose in the 9000 block of Squirrel Creek Road, outside of Fountain, where they found Lisa Weidlich, 43, dead.

After determining the matter was within the jurisdiction of El Paso County, detectives from the Sheriff’s Office attended the scene to investigate.

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An estate on the real estate market in Ontario, Canada for $2.29 million will enchant some with its fairytale interior, but others? Well, they’re a little confused.

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The lakeside property has a “resort setting,” according to the listing on Zillow.com, and even comes with a dock that’s a “combined boathouse-barge,” sure to appeal to lovers water and outdoor enthusiasts.

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While the grounds are attractive, it’s the six bedrooms and four bathrooms inside that might seem playful – or alarming. Especially the bathrooms that look like something straight out of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.

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At least some of them do.

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The rest of the house carries a charming aesthetic, however.

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Features include:

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There’s also what appears to be a swivel bed and a bunk bed that includes a slide.

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But it was these bathrooms that caught the attention of fans of Friday Night Zillowa fun Twitter hashtag focused on quirky homes in the real estate market run by Bloomberg congressional reporter Steven Dennis.

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“I have questions,” one person quotes-tweeted about the stone shower.

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“I am eager to see the toilets“said another.

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party shower made of stone!” someone tweeted.

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“Their culture is far superior“, one person noted.

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“Wait to see the soap dispenser,” someone said.

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“Could be illegal in many Southern states…,” another joked.

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“People do things differently North“, one person tweeted.

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Chiliz, Near Protocol, and Proprivex Token (PPX)- Top 3 Cryptocurrencies You Should Consider Following in the Bear Market

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The all-time highs of cryptocurrencies in 2021 seem like a distant memory as major crypto assets lost value following the 2022 crypto collapse, which ended their historic bullish trend. However, as investors have been steering clear of riskier assets, cryptocurrency has been hammered particularly hard. Additionally, institutions and other major players in the space that made investments close to the market’s peak are under pressure due to the recent crypto crash.

Investing in cryptocurrencies comes with its own risks, just like any other investment. However, we’ve put together three crypto projects worth considering following the bear market. Chiliz (CHZ), Near Protocol (NEAR), and the latest project, Proprivex Token (PPX), have features that make them worthy of consideration.

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Chiliz (CHZ) – Bringin Sports Fans Together

Alexandre Dreyfus, the CEO and creator of Socios created Chiliz in 2018 to bring together sports fans and their preferred teams. Socios developed the Chiliz network and Socios platform after raising $66 million in a private placement fundraising round headed by Jump Trading. As part of a significant partnership with Juventus, Socios launched its platform in 2019, enabling users to exchange CHZ for JUV tokens. Since then, Socios has collaborated with several champions league soccer teams, including FC Barcelona.

The Chiliz (CHZ) network is connected to a secondary sidechain or blockchain used by the fan token platform. Sports organizations can decide to put up their sidechain and tailor the number of fan tokens they want to circulate. The Chiliz network charges transaction fees to teams who choose to issue fan tokens. The native cryptocurrency of the Chiliz network is  CHZ, enabling users to buy Fan Tokens on Socios.com. The token was initially released as an Ethereum-based ERC-20 token. Still, after entering into a strategic collaboration with Binance, it also started offering Binance Smart Chain BEP-2 versions of the token.

Near Protocol (NEAR) – The Community-led Token

The NEAR Protocol (NEAR) was designed as a community-run cloud computing platform and featured a public Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain with smart contract functionality. NEAR, created by the NEAR Collective, aims to compete with Ethereum and other top smart contract-enabled blockchains like EOS and Polkadot by being built to host decentralized applications (dApps). The native token of Near Protocol, also known as NEAR, is used to cover transaction and storage costs. Token owners who take part in reaching network consensus by acting as transaction validators may also stake NEAR tokens.

Near Protocol aims to provide a platform that is both user and developer friendly. Near Protocol has included features like enabling new users to connect with dApps and smart contracts without ever needing to create a wallet to fulfill this aim. As well as the option to develop human-readable account names rather than just cryptographic wallet addresses. Mintbase, a non-fungible token(NFT) minting platform, and Flux, a protocol that enables developers to build markets based on assets, commodities, real-world events, and more, are examples of projects based on the Near Protocol.

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Chiliz, Near Protocol, and Proprivex Token (PPX)- Top 3 Cryptocurrencies You Should Consider Following in the Bear Market

What Is Proprivex Token (PPX)?

Proprivex Token (PPX) is a platform for trading and managing portfolios focused on digital assets and currencies. Usually, traditional financial assets are managed differently from

digital assets based on laid-down standards. Also, the markets, risks, volatility, and security hazards are all completely different since the bulk of their features varies. The crypto project aims to make it easier for crypto investors to manage multiple portfolios from a single location. Proprivex Token aims to make blockchain accessible to all users with ease and comfort.

Proprivex Token is constructing an intuitive ecosystem to alter public perceptions of blockchain technology and digital assets. Because of the ecosystem’s efficient and safe capabilities, various crypto assets can be traded, staked, managed, and fully secured. Previously, specific self-acclaimed individuals and organizations have promised to help crypto investors manage their portfolios effectively, all to no avail.

To find out more about Proprivex Token (PPX), follow the links below:

Presale: http://prop.proprivex.io/

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