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.
Jack believes that Africa will shape the future of Bitcoin and he plans on living in the continent for six months next year to be part of this.
Africa is the new frontier in the crypto adoption revolution, and more people, like Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, are beginning to recognize this.
Square has moved from spread-based fees to a standalone $1.76 fee to boost profitability while announcing impressive Q3 earnings.
Blockchain regulation has continued to take center stage, as more countries recognize that blockchain is going to power the future.
The Twitter CEO is among investors to have participated in the $10 million funding round for CoinList, a firm which works with companies to advise on token issues.
Led by its Chairman Xi Jinping, China is all in on blockchain as Bahamas explores CBDC. Regulators are also stepping up their game as blockchain makes its mark
Social media platform Twitter doesn’t intend to launch a cryptocurrency, its founder and CEO Jack Dorsey made clear recently.
Jack Dorsey is forming a team of four engineers and one designer who will work full time on open source contributions to the crypto ecosystem.
In a wide-ranging, Joe Rogan spoke with Twitter founder Jack Dorsey about why he believes in Bitcoin.