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The Floki Inu token has also been labelled ‘hyper-deflationary'.

As more and more crypto begin to emerge, investors are faced with increasingly tough choices about which one they should invest in. After all, the nightmare is investing in one that plummets when your other option is turning its investors into crypto millionaires.

If you enjoy taking a risk, a solid option is investing in utility tokens – these are digital currencies that are issued to fund its development which later grants investors access to its products or services. Because it’s a startup, utility tokens are often accompanied by hype and scrutiny. Ultimately, these qualities make acquisition of utility tokens pretty much touch-and-go. The good thing about high-risk investments is that makers must draw in the investors, which they usually do so via rewards that could eventually be worth gold in the long run. In this article of the Spilling the NFT series, we’ll be comparing the rewards offered by 2 tokens that have been surrounded by a lot of buzz – Floki Inu and HUH Token.

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Translated captions can be impactful in education settings.

After testing the feature, Google Meet has started rolling out live translated captions widely. Meeting participants will be able to use live translated captions if the meeting is organized by a user in beta or an eligible Google Workspace edition. "The live translated captions beta will remain open for the next several months," the company said in a blogpost.

"Therefore, if you are participating in the beta with a Google Workspace edition not listed as 'Available to' above, your experience will remain the same," it added. Meeting participants can translate English meetings to French, German, Portuguese and Spanish. This feature can be particularly helpful for all-hands meetings or training meetings with globally distributed teams.

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US-based search engine Google has announced that it has started sending out the January update to its phones.

US-based search engine Google has announced that it has started sending out the January update to its phones. All supported Pixel devices running Android 12 will receive these software updates starting today, with the exception of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, which will receive the update later this month.

"The rollout will continue over the next week in phases depending on carrier and device. We will provide an update to this post once it is available. We encourage you to check your Android version and update to receive the latest software," the company said in a statement.

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Music streaming giant Spotify is rolling out a new feature that will allow users to more easily block others on the platform.

Music streaming giant Spotify is rolling out a new feature that will allow users to more easily block others on the platform. Previously, users had to contact customer support to block someone, but now the feature is easier to find on a user profile, reports The Verge. To block a user, go to their Spotify profile. Under their username and photo, above their public playlists and next to the "follow" button, click the three dots menu and choose "block," or on mobile, "block user". Now that user will not be able to access your listening activity, your page, or any public playlists.

You also can unblock a user you have previously blocked at any time. A company spokesperson said in an email to the website: "At Spotify, we're committed to delivering the best possible listening experience to our users," "Privacy is something that is, and always will be, enormously important to us and our block feature, which gives users more control, is the latest step towards that commitment," the spokesperson added.

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