23 Frontline Workers Who Continue To Inspire Us
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23 Frontline Workers Who Continue To Inspire Us

These frontline Workers are putting themselves in danger everyday to save the lives of others. We couldn't be more grateful for them and their courage to keep fighting.

Dr. Kelly

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Hello 👋🏼 my name is Dr. Kelly and I am 29 years old. I am a current resident in a Boston based medical residency program. My goal is to do mix of inpatient hospital medicine and weight management outpatient clinic.

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I found a career that lets me combine all my passions — medicine, nutrition and lifting— IN ONE.

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Celebrities Who Are Crypto Investors
Actor Jamie Foxx joined the cryptocurrency excitement by promoting the token sale of Coibnhood, a free cryptocurrency trading exchange. Foxx’s public enthusiasm concerned some investors. The worst reason to make an investment is a celebrity endorsement, said Andreas Antonopoulos, an early bitcoin investor.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are best known for suing Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in 2008 over the claim that he stole the idea for the social network from them; they were awarded $65 million. Late last year, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss reportedly became billionaires. They made an $11 million investment in the speculative asset bitcoin in 2013.
In October, Wu Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah, aka Dennis Coles, announced his investment in the cryptocurrency world as a co-founder of Cream Capital. At the time, the firm aimed to raise $30 million in funding through an initial coin offering. Co-founders were wary of Coles’ endorsement, sharing concerns that he did not fully understand how it worked.
Boxer Floyd Mayweather showed interest in cryptocurrency twice via Instagram. First, he posted a pic of himself with a table covered in cash, saying he would make a ton of money with Stox.com ICO. Then he used Instagram to show support for Hubii Network’s ICO with a photo captioned, "You can call me Floyd Crypto Mayweather from now on."
Former reality TV star turned entrepreneur Paris Hilton has shown interest in the cryptocurrency market since 2016. The Guardian reported this due to a now-deleted Instagram post. In 2017 Hilton announced via Twitter that she would be participating in the initial coin offering for LydianCoin; however, Hilton distanced herself from CEO Gurbasksh Chahal after domestic abuse charges.