This week, we look into the internet’s iconic personalities, the unending regulatory saga of BTC, and a new Bitcoin-powered mobile game that is reminiscent of the old but still gold “Flappy Bird.”
Dr. Craig Wright began to launch actions against various groups who make the Bitcoin white paper and related materials available on their sites.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has said Bitcoin represents a better model for the internet, in a series of tweets offering justification for the platform’s recent ban of U.S. President Donald Trump.
The summit will be held virtually on November 9, 10 and 12 and will bring together industry leaders in finance and technology.
CEO Brian Armstrong said Coinbase would focus only on its core mission of developing the digital currency sector and infrastructure.
Jack Dorsey's Square Crypto has launched the Crypto Open Patent Alliance (COPA), a shared patent library where members pool all of their crypto patents.
Activist investor Paul Singer was seeking to replace Jack Dorsey with a new CEO of Twitter, according to reports.
Twitter’s Bitcoin emoji has been controversial, mainly because it appears automatically when users type the Bitcoin and BTC hashtags, but not Bitcoin SV or even BCH.
Square has been granted a patent for a payments network that will facilitate fiat-to-crypto payments, targets availing crypto payments to retail sector.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is funding a team that will develop a decentralized standard for social media applications, and he says Twitter will join it in future.