Facebook’s Libra is creating a lot of headlines. However, SonicX may have beat Facebook into the marketplace, and its platform has some major advantages over whatever Facebook is cooking up in its crypto kitchen.
Waymo and the California Department of Motor Vehicles announced Tuesday that the Golden State had approved a permit for the self-driving-car company to drive in a handful of Silicon Valley cities. Some believe that it may present a warning to GM and Tesla.
Experts say that Facebook’s Libra will probably not reach the billions they claim, and it won’t affect the financial world and stability in general. However, while everyone is talking about Libra, banks are developing their own digital currencies.
Judging by recent news, it appears that Binance is in talks with Facebook about either listing Libra or joining the Libra Association. Binance’s CSO, Gin Chao, confirmed that the exchange has had discussions with Facebook about a listing process.
This edition of Max’s Corner analyzes the controversy surrounding the changes to Google’s search algorithm, the plight of the Silk Road founder and the latest on Facebook’s crypto project.
Facebook just have released the whitepaper for their Libra project on libra.org, which is the official webpage for the social networks native cryptocurrency. They are coming out with a bold statement to bank the unbanked.
Social media giant Facebook breaks the shackles of regulatory bondage as FB stock price soars high following the announcement of its crypto project – Globalcoin.
From its IPO price of $21 per share, Fiverr (FVRR) stock zoomed 90% higher to end its inaugural trading day at $39.90. Investors continue to clamor for the stock tonight; in post-market action, it’s up an additional 7.5%.
Tesla plans to join the ride-hailing business as soon as 2020 with Elon Musk saying the owners whose cars participate in the Tesla network will keep up to 75% of the generated revenue.
Uber went public Thursday night at $45 a share, which was near the low end of its expected range. The pricing gave the company an initial valuation of $75.5 billion — well below the $120 billion figure investment bankers were talking about last fall.