Sunday, October 2, 2022

Business

Beleaguered NFT Traders Can Now Relive Mania With Fantasy League Game

As NFT winter deepens, Flip says its new fantasy league will still provide traders the “sweet adrenaline” of flipping JPEGs. Source link

Data Firm Inca Digital CEO: Crypto Innovation Is a Matter of...

Adam Zarazinski, CEO of Inca Digital, joined “First Mover” to discuss the software company’s partnership with DARPA and the need to keep crypto...

DeFiance Capital's Arthur Cheong Is Raising Money for a New Fund:...

The fund will focus on liquid crypto investments and targets raising about $100 million, a person familiar with the matter said. Source link

Binance launches New Zealand-based offices following regulatory approval

New Zealand lawmakers and regulators largely have not imposed strict guidelines for crypto firms to operate in the country, nor for Kiwis to...

Fintech App Eco to Convert User Balances From US Dollars to...

Eco will utilize digital settlement-service platform Zero Hash. Source link

Spain’s Largest Telecom Company Telefónica Now Accepts Bitcoin, Crypto Payments

Telefónica partnered with Spain’s largest bitcoin exchange Bit2me to enable the new feature on its online tech marketplace.Spain's largest telecommunications company...

MicroStrategy Looks To Hire Bitcoin Engineer For Building Lightning Platform

The job posting details an enterprise SaaS platform to innovate ecommerce and cybersecurity leveraging Bitcoin and the Lightning Network.MicroStrategy is looking...

Paradigm Leads $11.8M Funding Round Into Web3 Firewall Blowfish

Crypto investment firm Paradigm led an $11.8 million funding round into Blowfish, a firewall provider aiming to help wallet providers and custodians protect...

Telefónica autoriza compras con criptomonedas e invierte en el exchange local...

La empresa activó las compras con criptomonedas en su marketplace tras añadir una función de pago proporcionada por Bit2Me. Source link

Double Jump Tokyo to Build Blockchain-Based Games Using Sega's IP

Japanese gaming giant Sega has teamed up with Double Jump Tokyo to produce a blockchain-based video game series named Sangokushi Taisen. Source link