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38-year-old TikTok founder Zhang Yiming targets a $60 billions fortune

Last year, ByteDance, the world’s most valuable startup, was under pressure from all sides. Donald Trump’s government wanted the Chinese company, which owns the video sharing platform TikTok, to sell assets. The Chinese government increased vigilance over technology companies, and India has blocked some of

SEC: It would be a foolish thing for the government to ban bitcoin

According to SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce, the US government could certainly try to ban Bitcoin but doing so would be “foolish.” SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce (Image: Wall Street Journal) During a MarketWatch virtual discussion panel, “How to Invest in Crypto,“ the famous Bitcoin-friendly lawyer –

Facebook is launching a new ‘speed dating’ app

The division dedicated to testing new Facebook apps and services created a new ‘speed dating’ named Sparked, which allows users to meet new people more quickly. Facebook is launching a new ‘fast dating’ app named Sparked (Image: The Verge) The Verge reported that the app


Ferrari will launch its first 100% electric car in 2025

Automotive News Europe is moving forward with the news that Ferrari plans to announce its first 100% electric car in 2025. Ferrari will launch its first 100% electric car in 2025 (Image: GT Luxe) It had previously been indicated that the iconic Italian brand would

PlayStation is creating its next subscription service

The Xbox Game Pass service has been one of the great strengths of Microsoft’s gaming division in this generation, allowing players to access dozens of games by paying for a subscription. Well, it looks like the rival PlayStation has an ‘answer’ to the plan. PlayStation

Edward Snowden Stay Free NFT

Edward Snowden is auctioning his first NFT

Edward Snowden is the latest public figure to launch his first non-fungible token (NFT) . Titled “Stay Free,” the NFT portrays the face of a thoughtful Edward Snowden as a cutout, with the background composed of the full documented court decision that the National Security

Instagram will show the number of likes in posts again

Instagram will show the number of likes in posts again

It was in 2019 that Instagram started to hide the number of ‘likes’ on the social network in order to keep an eye on the users ’mental health. However, it seems that the social network intends to give users the possibility to choose. Instagram will