How 10 Countries Respond to Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency

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A growing number of governments have responded to Facebook’s cryptocurrency plans including China, France, India, Japan, South Korea, Russia, Singapore, Thailand, the U.K., and the U.S. Several intergovernmental organizations have also weighed in such as the European Central Bank andRead More

Market Outlook: Gold and Crypto Reap the Benefits of Economic Fear

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Cryptocurrencies have recovered from losses incurred a week ago, with many digital assets up 50-80% since July 2. For instance, eight days ago bitcoin core (BTC) tumbled to $9,650 and then back to a high of $13,150 yesterday evening. However,Read More

A History of Violent Intervention: John McAfee Offers to Help Cuba Resist US Sanctions With Crypto

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Former antivirus software guru and 2020 Libertarian presidential “hopeful” John McAfee is a controversial figure, polarizing opinion in politics and culture, and taking a bold stand against the U.S. federal government. Most recently this has involved offering to help theRead More

PR: My BitIRA Launches to Empower US Consumers With 24/7 Cryptocurrency Retirement Account Access

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This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release. Burbank, Calif., JulyRead More

Search engine results: The ten year evolution

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The search landscape has always been one that is evolving. Right now the big discussion is around Google’s control on how much search traffic goes to publishers vs. stays on Google.com. This might end up being a really big pointRead More

Bird plans to hire 1,000 people in Paris

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Scooter startup Bird is betting on the French market in a significant way. The company plans to open up its biggest European office in Paris. Eventually, Bird wants to hire 1,000 people by mid-2021, which is a meaningful number forRead More

Planted joins the meatless meat melee with its pea-protein ‘chicken’

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Imitation meat is poised to expand its presence in our diets exponentially, if the success of dueling faux burger companies Impossible and Beyond are any indication — but where’s the chicken? Planted is a brand new Swiss company that claimsRead More

Revolut opens tech hub in Berlin

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Fintech startup Revolut is opening a small tech hub in Berlin. There’s already a ton of fintech talent in the city as it’s the hometown of N26. The company plans to hire 80 people at first for many different techRead More

Dataform scores $2M to build an ‘operating system’ for data warehouses

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Dataform, a U.K. company started by ex-Googlers that wants to make it easier for businesses to manage their data warehouses, has picked up $2 million in funding. Leading the round is LocalGlobe, with participation from a number of unnamed angelRead More

In The Future, You Could Pay For Your Train Ticket With… Your Face

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The NSW transport minister likened the plan to Amazon’s “Just Walk Out” technology. View Entire Post ›