As he still battles to tokenize his lucrative NBA contract, Brooklyn Nets star Spencer Dinwiddie has come up with a back-up plan: offering a savings platform for cryptocurrencies. Through the partnership with Cred, a California-based lender, users can “pledge” digital assets such as Bitcoin and Litecoin—as well as stablecoins including Tether. In return, Dinwiddie says he is promising up to 10% interest at maturity
Justin Sun finally eats his $4.6 million meal with Warren Buffet
Tron’s hype-happy founder quietly broke bread with the Oracle of Omaha for a rescheduled charity dinner two weeks ago
Despite his reputation as an aggressive marketer, Sun made the belated announcement in a 12-part Twitter thread on Feb. 6, highlighting a receipt signed by Buffet for the $615.05 meal.
Report: With blockchain hype over, focus now on active blockchain businesses
Digital marketing agency Zage interviewed leaders of more than 100 businesses currently using blockchain technology in the real world
A seamless user experience is one of the keys to the widespread adoption of blockchain technology, according to a report released on August 19 by digital marketing agency Zage.
Halving halfwits: Anthony Pompliano’s feud with Bloomberg’s Joe Weisenthal over who’s the greater fool
What seemed like a Twitter fight over the Efficient Market Hypothesis is really about something else
Have you heard of “The Halving?” Many—if not most—retail traders and investors may not have heard of it. Those that have probably don’t care all that much about it. For that reason, all those HODLers who take up a lot of space on Reddit and Twitter give themselves a pat on the back.