I have written extensively on this blog over the last decade and a half about the significant negative consequences that the two large mobile operating systems have on distribution of software.
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(Shutterstock) A group of strategic investors including quantitative trading firm Alameda Research have led an investment in the decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol Linear Finance. The protocol announced the completion of its $1.
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Alchemy, a San Francisco-based enterprise-grade distributed ledger blockchain company, announced today the worldwide debut of its infrastructure platform and the closure of a $15 million funding round including investors from Pantera Capital, Stanford University and Coinbase Inc.
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Facebook is finalising plans to launch its own crypto-currency next year. It is planning to set up a digital payments system in about a dozen countries by the first quarter of 2020.
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E*Trade Financial Corp. is getting ready to let customers trade cryptocurrencies on its platform, according to a person familiar with the matter.
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The antitrust argument that says big tech needs breaking up to stop platforms abusing competition and consumers in a two-faced role as seller and (manipulative) marketplace may only just be getting going on a mainstream political stage — but startups have been at the coal face of the fight against
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Opera has updated its eponymous web browser for desktop platforms with a makeover and a number of features.
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