Google co-founder Sergey Brin revealed he is mining Ethereum. Speaking at the Blockchain Summit, he stated that the concept of zero-knowledge proofs is “really mind-boggling”.
Under the revised policy, cryptocurrency companies will have to fill a request sheet specifying the type of service and products they want to advertise.
Vitalik Buterin created an opinion poll trying to decide whether take an offer and join Google’s team or stay at Ethereum. The majority backs the second alternative.
Mailchimp, email-based advertising platform, has added to the list of social media platforms to ban cryptocurrency related advertising. The ban will come into force on April, 30.
To support cloud business, the search giant Google is working on blockchain-related technology, developing its own distributed digital ledger.
Following such giants as Facebook, Google and Twitter, Snapchat has officially announced its ban of ICO advertising on its platform.
Google, Facebook and Twitter ban on crypto-related news. Is this the harbinger of crypto era, or just yet another handicap crypto market has to deal with?
Increasing number of online media companies are now considering a ban on crypto ads sighting fraudulent activities.
The former Chief Technology Officer Injong Rhee left Samsung Electronics to join Google as an Entrepreneur-In-Residence to lead their Internet-of-Things business.
The company has announced its new service that will help businesses to manage their Internet of Things (IoT) devices and collect data from these gadgets.
As Internet of Things continues to expand, the globe’s leading companies are concentrating their efforts on developing the emerging technology.
GV, formerly known as Google Ventures, took part in a $25 million funding round together with Sapphire Ventures, Anthemis and other investors.