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Will Apple build its own blockchain?

Hello readers, and welcome back! Last week, I wrote about the issues facing Axie Infinity in the wake of a $625 million heist. This week, I’m talking about Apple and […]




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The rich get richer: Rethinking Bitcoin’s power as an inflation hedge

Kay Khemani Contributor Kay Khemani is the managing director of Spectre.ai From turkeys to gasoline, clothes to dollar stores, nearly every avenue of human activity has been hit by the […]




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Cash App now lets users ‘gift’ stock and bitcoin using their USD balance or a debit card

There are already a number of ways to gift cryptocurrencies, but today Cash App will make doing so simpler with a new feature rolling out to its peer-to-peer payments app. […]




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Crypto remittances are a lifeline for the world’s most vulnerable

Joshua Jahani Contributor Joshua Jahani is a lecturer at Cornell University and New York University, and a board adviser at the investment bank Jahani and Associates specializing in the Middle […]




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Apple’s iPadOS 15 breaks the app barrier

The announcement of new iPad software at this year’s WWDC conference had an abnormally large expectation hung on it. The iPad lineup, especially the larger iPad Pro, has kept up […]




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Govtech intelligence platform, The Atlas for Cities, bought by Government Executive Media Group

The Atlas for Cities, the 500 Startups-backed market intelligence platform connecting tech companies with state and local governments, has been acquired by the Growth Catalyst Partners-backed publishing and market intelligence […]