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NFTs Are a Privacy and Security Nightmare

Venmo's baffling decision to turn payments into a social media feed, where public transactions are the default, has rightly been met with criticism....

Workers Are Trading Staggering Amounts of Data for ‘Payday Loans’

Argyle CEO Shmulik Fishman says the company can coach lenders on factors like consistency of work and upward trajectory. “Is your job title...

How People Actually Make Money From Cryptocurrencies

You saw the many cryptocurrency-related Super Bowl ads, and maybe you found them weird, or deeply dystopian, or just disturbingly familiar. Nevertheless, perhaps...

NFTs Don’t Work the Way You Might Think They Do

To make matters more complicated, marketplaces are only one method of interacting with the blockchain, but anyone can do it. So even if...

How a New Digital Dollar Could Shake the US Financial System

The Federal Reserve says it hasn't decided whether to pursue a digital currency but notes that a CBDC “could provide households and businesses...

Playing With Crypto? You’ll Need a Wallet (or Several)

If people who buy cryptocurrencies intended only to hold on to them as speculative investments, there'd be no real need for crypto wallets....

Equity Monday: The end of cheap money, and Take-Two buys Zynga – TechCrunch

Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. This is...

Memes, money and madness: 2021 in tech – TechCrunch

Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. It’s just...

Serial fintech founder raises $20M for Ant Money to make micro-investing even more accessible – TechCrunch

Serial fintech entrepreneur Walter Cruttenden founded Acorns with his son, Jeff, in 2012 with the goal of helping low- and middle-income households to...

Runwise saves money and the planet by educating dumb buildings – TechCrunch

In the U.S., around 13% of greenhouse gases are spewed out of commercial and residential buildings. You’d be forgiven for scratching your head...
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