Business & Economics

Two big Autumn Budget headlines, and what they mean for the UK economy

The Budget, also known as the Financial statement, is an annual statement given in the House of Commons by the Chancellor of the Exchequer (currently Rishi Sunak).Its contents are the government’s plan for raising or lowering taxes, spending changes, and an outline of what the government will be spending money on, as well as a […]

NFTs Explained – Memes, Tweets, and the Art Market

How was the “NyanCat” meme sold for $600,000 in February 2021? How was Twitter founder Jack Dorsey’s 2006 tweet sold for $2.9 million just a month later? This article breaks down the growth of Non Fungible Tokens in the past year, explaining its creation of artificial scarcity on the internet, the commoditization of reproducible content, and its possible future- or lack thereof- within the world of blockchain technology.