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Facebook is working on a clubhouse clone

Clubhouse is a social network that has been giving something to talk about at the moment. Available only for iOS, for now, a platform based on audio conversations has been drawing the attention of many personalities. In the last week, Elon Musk was one of

Nigeria senator : Bitcoin has made our currency useless

The Senate of Nigeria did not properly erase the Central Bank’s attempt to ban bitcoin, which ordered all banks in the country to close accounts of people associated with cryptocurrencies. Reacting to the news during the Thursday plenary session, Senator Sani Musa of the Niger

Analyst : Apple is ready to start accepting bitcoin

According to Mitch Steves, an analyst from global investment bank RBC Capital Markets, the largest bank in Canada, Apple Inc. is well positioned to offer cryptocurrency trading. He figures that the payments firm Square generates about $1.6 billion per quarter in bitcoin-related revenue on an

Tesla rival Rivian is preparing for an IPO

The American electric car maker plans to go public in September and seek a $ 50 billion valuation. For that, they will have to overcome big obstacles. Among them, the fact that it has not yet delivered any units Tesla tends to dominate conversations about

Ray Dalio : governments won’t let bitcoin win

The billionaire and hedge fund manager of the world’s largest hedge fund (Bridgewater Associates), Ray Dalio said in an article published in linkedin post entitled “What I Really Think of Bitcoin” that he doesn’t see governments letting bitcoin win. Dalio started by complimenting the technology

24 years old stole $90 million worth of bitcoin

Australian Stefan He Qin, founder of two cryptocurrency funds, was accused by the United States Attorney’s Office of fraud in a scheme that stole nearly $90 million. He pleaded guilty to all charges on February 4, 2021. Owner of the Virgil Sigma Fund and VQR

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Apple and KIA love story ended before it even started

Apple was negotiating with Kia to produce the car it plans to sell soon. But the negotiations did not succeed and they got divorced. Apple claims that Kia talked too much. Apple, one of the companies with the highest value on the market, bases its