• Ripple rejects YouTube arguments
    Ripple

    Ripple: YouTube ‘setting aside common sense’ as it tries to throw out lawsuit

    The video-sharing site is accused of being ‘willfully blind’ when it comes to giveaway scam videos, as the payments firm rejects YouTube’s attempts to get the suit dismissed

    The international payments firm took legal action against Google-owned YouTube in April. At the time, Ripple’s CEO Brad Garlinghouse said his team had spent six months unsuccessfully trying to get the social media giant to shut down videos using Ripple logos and Garlinghouse’s likeness that aimed to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars in XRP from unsuspecting users.

  • Crypto donation platform launch
    Education,  People

    Crypto donation platform seeks to help charities regain trust, boost funds, attract young donors

    GiveSafely.io aims to entice younger consumers to start donating—spurred on by research suggesting they’re more open to being approached by good causes

    A big challenge that’s often associated with charitable giving lies in how well-intentioned consumers can end up being bombarded with calls and emails afterward. GiveSafely.io aims to change this by ensuring their data is secured on the Ardor blockchain—and confidential information is only passed on with the donor’s consent.