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Vitalik Buterin, the multi-millionaire founder of Ethereum, says that Google tried to hire him on an intern’s salary
When Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin tweeted out an email that appeared to be a job offer from Google in May, many suspected the search engine was attempting to hire him on for a secret cryptocurrency project. The real story is actually much simpler.
Playboy Enterprises is reportedly suing Global Blockchain Technologies (BLOC), alleging that it failed to uphold an agreement to incorporate its technology into Playboy's media platforms.
Things are quietly progressing at Facebook's secretive blockchain project.
The world’s largest maker of bitcoin mining chips is reportedly hoping to raise $18 billion in what could be one of the largest IPOs in history
Cryptocurrency mining chip maker Bitmain hopes to raise $18 billion for an IPO in the coming months, according to documents obtained by CoinDesk.
Dubbed “the most brutal test in finance”, the CFA exam has majority Asian candidates, particularly from countries like South Korea and Japan.
When this ice tea company stuck the word ‘blockchain’ in its name, its stock skyrocketed by nearly 500%. Now, it’s being investigate...
In December, the New York-based beverage company announced plans to pivot to blockchain. But now, its being investigated by the SEC.
A Chinese media mogul is building out a nearly $300 million crypto hub in an unlikely city, and it could include a college focused completely on finte...
A Chinese billionaire is building out a nearly $300 million crypto innovation hub in Hartford Connecticut.
A global trade market for decentralized assets like cryptocurrencies and equity tokens is taking root in Malta, the tiny European country that has positioned itself as a pioneer in the blockchain industry.
Legendary 80s singer Peter Gabriel has put an undisclosed amount of funding into Provenance, a British blockchain startup that aims to make supply chains more transparent.
Chinese officials shut down an online gambling ring that had accumulated $1.5 billion in bets made on World Cup matches using cryptocurrencies like ethereum, bitcoin, and litecoin.