It's already been delayed once, but eBay Australia is this week planning to force all users to migrate to the new version of the My eBay interface. Its official announcement says the process "might take a few days to complete". The change hasn't showed up yet in my eBay account, which still includes the option to "opt out" back into the old version. Liking or loathing the new version? Tell your story in the comments.
eBay Finally Switching My eBay Interface (Probably)
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The problem with most blockchain "explainers" is that they provide more detail than what matters to most people, using language that is foreign to most people, which winds up leaving people more confused than when they started. Instead, without worrying about being a technically perfect description, here's an explanation of blockchain your parents could understand.