Google’s online game streaming platform Stadia is set to launch in November as the tech behemoth plans a major disruption in the gaming industry ahead.
Deloitte has announced its new solution dubbed “Blockchain in a box”, which is a plug-and-play product designed for enterprises to showcase their blockchain solutions.
Noah Kerner, the CEO of Acorns, anticipates converting niche savings app into bank option utilized by about 100 million users, while celebrities are opting for Acorns to invest in.
Apple now plans to dive into the showbiz world by launching its Apple TV+ movie and TV subscription service by November to compete with Amazon, Netflix, Disney, and AT&T-owned HBO.
Blockchain technology behaves like an online ledger with the ability to collect data, build upon that data in real-time, and then independently and securely report information to any number of parties based on permission. IBM and ET Travelport entered in a partnership.
The New York Supreme Court ruled that the matter between the state’s Attorney General and iFinex, the parent company of the exchange Bitfinex, may continue.
Crypto sector has been waiting for the launch of Bitcoin futures trading platform Bakkt for a long time now. This should happen finally at September 23. Within 48 hours after the big reveal, Bitcoin surged by 10 percent.
A recent Binance Labs participant, Cere Network, is designing blockchain CRM software to compete with giants such as Microsoft, Oracle, and Salesforce.
During his recent interview, Vitalik Buterin stressed on key factors of scalability, account security and usability which will steer ahead of the mass adoption of digital currencies.
INX Limited, a crypto exchange startup is in plans to raise $129,5 million through an IPO. And it has already reportedly filed a draft F-1 with the SEC.