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Free Sci-Fi and Horror Shows on Comet.tv

Free Sci-Fi and Horror Shows on Comet.tv.
November 7, .

2016 By From their press release: COMET

TV has an incredible array of movies that you simply can’t get with a subscription to streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon, or Hulu.

From wild adventures on Mars to critically acclaimed classics

COMET is the ultimate home of sci-fi and horror… and it’s all totally free, no subscriptions needed.
I checked it out, expecting there to be some kind of membership, or sign up, or other marketing BS.
But the fact is, Comet is the real deal.
Jump on and, as their tagline says.

“Space out.” Good luck trying to understand how their business model works

but it’s nice to see a channel dedicated to science fiction, supernatural, horror, adventure and fantasy series and films.
And with over 1500 hours of programming, there’s plenty here you’ve probably never heard of.
Oh.

And they just aquired the rights to Mystery Science Theater 3000

so watch for that… Comettv.com.
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Mobile Money Accounts Now Exceed One Billion Worldwide, .

Mobile Money Industry Processed US$2 Billion in Transactions Per Day in 2019

March 30, 2020 By The GSMA today unveiled the annual ‘State of the Industry Report on Mobile Money’, offering a view of the mobile money landscape and highlighting the impact that greater financial inclusion has on lives, economies and innovation, especially in emerging markets.
This year’s report looks at what one billion registered accounts means for the mobile money industry, mobile money users and the future of the mobile money ecosystem.
It provides a comprehensive picture of adoption and usage around the globe.
Significantly, the report highlights that 2019 marked a major milestone for the mobile money industry, with over one billion registered accounts and close to two billion dollars in daily transactions.
For the first time, digital transactions represented the majority, 57 per cent, of mobile money interactions.
The industry is witnessing increasing user trust and relevance.
With 290 live services in 95 countries and 372 million active accounts, mobile money is entering the mainstream and becoming the path to financial inclusion in most low-income countries.
For consumers, this marks a shift away from cash towards digital payments — for school fees, e-commerce, international remittances, savings, credit, pay-as-you-go utilities and more.
“Increased mobile connectivity and innovative services such as mobile money are building stronger and more inclusive communities,” said John Giusti, Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA.
“Surpassing one billion mobile money accounts represents a major milestone for an industry that did not exist just over a decade ago.
The reach of mobile money agents is now 20 times that of bricks-and-mortar banks.
Almost 1.7 billion people remain financially excluded, but the collective strength of the industry holds the potential to ensure that everyone can be part of the new digital economy.” Biggest Trends in 2019: A growing number of providers are becoming commercially sustainable; Direct revenue from mobile money is supporting investment in innovative products and services, network expansion, and healthy and sustainable agent commissions; The industry continues to invest in distribution networks, with the number of agent outlets almost tripling over the past five years, and the reach of a mobile money agent is now seven times that of ATMs and 20 times that of bank branches; The digitisation of payments has reached new heights with digital transactions representing the majority of mobile money flows (57 per cent) for the first time in 2019 (historically, majority of transactions were cash-in and cash-out); and More value is circulating in the mobile money system than exiting – another industry first.
The report explores the empowerment that comes with owning a mobile money account, for example, more women are using financial services, low-income households are accessing essential utility services, and smallholder farmers are getting paid more quickly and conveniently.
Meanwhile, millions of migrants and their families are experiencing the life-changing benefits of faster, safer and cheaper international remittances, and humanitarian cash assistance is being delivered more thoughtfully to those in crises.
Giusti added, “Regulation that enables low-cost services for the financially excluded has been crucial to the success of mobile money, and there is a clear correlation between an enabling regulatory environment and a high mobile money adoption rate.
However, certain policy decisions, such as sector-specific taxation and data localisation requirements, are putting pressure on the industry and create a real risk of long-term negative impacts on financial inclusion gains, access to innovative services, and delivery of the SDGs.
We are moving in the right direction, and with the right tools, we are a step closer to achieving an inclusive digital future for all.” The 2019 State of the Industry Report on Mobile Money can be see here: www.gsma.com/sotir.
Further information on the GSMA’s Mobile Money programme, is available at www.gsma.com/mobilemoney.
The State of the Industry Report on Mobile Money draws on the results of the annual GSMA Global Adoption Survey of Mobile Financial Services and data from the GSMA Mobile Money Deployment Tracker.
It provides insights on mobile money performance from the GSMA’s engagement with the industry.

Source: the GSMA The GSMA represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide

uniting more than 750 operators and nearly 400 companies in the broader mobile ecosystem, including handset and device makers, software companies, equipment providers and internet companies, as well as organisations in adjacent industry sectors.

The GSMA also produces the industry-leading MWC events held annually in Barcelona

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