This is how you need to protect your digital currency wallet from hackers

Morning Bullets header logo

Your daily source for trading strategies, tech news, and politically incorrect humor.

Hey there, Bullets Fans –

Your Morning Bullets Brief Updates are here! And that means trivia is, too.

Who said the following?

“Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.”

Think you know the answer? You can check it in the closing area down below!

overhead view of Royal Caribbean ship in Miami

Image Source: Getty Images

Despite the two cases of the virus on its Celebrity Millennium ship that were reported yesterday, Royal Caribbean Cruises must sail on, officials say.

The travelers who have the virus did not show symptoms, and everyone they had interacted with has tested negative. Apparently, the company is flying the sick guests home on a private plane.

The vessel was one of the first to set sail after pandemic restrictions forced a year on dry land for many would-be cruisers. Later this month, Royal Caribbean will see its first ship depart from a U.S. port.

What are some of the safety protocols now in place to protect guests, and how might these cases of the virus change things, going forward?

Other News That Matters To You:

Making money with digital currency doesn’t have to be hard

Recommended Link:
How to Invest in Cryptocurrencies

There’s no doubt that the cryptocurrency space has seen astronomical growth over the last few months. And with multinational corporate backing pouring in – from companies like J.P. Morgan and MasterCard – it’s hard to deny that cryptos are here to stay. The only trick is getting a foot in the door before other investors take notice. Check out this special report to get started


A car is flipped over on the side of the highway

Image Source: PLLC

When an Arkansas state trooper initiated a “Precision Immobilization Technique” maneuver last year, he caused a pregnant woman’s car to flip over.

Janice Nicole Harper left the encounter with “hellacious bruises,” and a deep worry that she’d lost her baby. She’d been driving 14 miles over the speed limit when the official attempted to pull her over.

According to Harper, the shoulder was too narrow to safely stop, so she reduced her speed and put on her hazards as she looked for a place to talk with the trooper.

“In my mind I was doing exactly what I was supposed to be doing,” she said. “And I was trying to keep us both safe.”

She has since filed a lawsuit for damages, and she is also requesting changes to the state’s police training program, in hopes of preventing similar accidents, going forward.

More Headline You Need To Read:

Thanks for reading once again! And don’t worry, I didn’t forget:

Here’s where you can go to check your answer!

Know someone who should be getting these Bullet Briefs? Make sure to send them over to to subscribe.

Your biggest fan,


Fredrick Frost

P.S.  How useful did you find today’s Morning Bullets? 

Not useful – 22.95%
It was ok – 13.23%
It was good – 38.01%
Very useful – 25.81%

Note: Percentages are updated once per week on Sundays and include all feedback since inception.

Author: Fredrick Frost

Fedrick Frost is the Editor-in-Chief of Morning Bullets. He mainly writes about Politics, The Economy and breaking news. With over 35 years in jounralism he has been influential in helping the morning bullets newsletter readers be informed every morning.