• PewDiePie Launches crypto AR game
    Cryptocurrencies,  People,  Technology

    Top YouTuber PewDiePie joins crypto augmented reality game project

    PewDiePie will help market the game project, which involves his brother-in-law

    In his video, PewDiePie announced the collaboration with Wallem, which is now available for both iOS and Android devices. The game uses a 3D environmental map and augmented reality technology, which places virtual objects in the real world that can be viewed looking through the phone’s camera.

  • Huawei digital yuan controllable anonymity
    Politics,  Regulation,  Technology

    Huawei promises ‘controllable anonymity’ on new flagship smartphone’s digital yuan hardware wallet

    The embattled tech company says that users will ‘benefit’ from privacy features and a ‘safe and convenient payment experience’ on the first smartphone to support the digital currency

    Huawei has announced that its new range of smartphones will support hardware wallets for the digital yuan. In a post uploaded to its Weibo page, the tech giant claimed that the Mate 40 is the first device to support China’s upcoming digital currency.

  • Binance funds DeFI
    Cryptocurrencies,  Technology

    Binance funds five more DeFi projects

    The top crypto exchange wants a slice of the DeFi cake on its Binance Smart Chain blockchain

    Binance announced that the five projects will be supported by its $100 million accelerator fund for DeFi projects that leverage its smart contract-enabled blockchain Binance Smart Chain (BSC). With the first six projects financed by the exchange earlier this month, the total number of projects that the firm plans to fund has reached 11.

  • Mastercard GrainChain partner supply chain

    Mastercard, GrainChain partner to track goods in the supply chain

    Mastercard will leverage the partnership to launch its ‘Mastercard Provenance Solution’ service

    Mastercard and GrainChain will jointly trace more than 24 different commodities across Latin and North America as part of the “Mastercard Provenance Solution” service. The system will use the payment processor’s own permissioned blockchain

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