South Korean authorities have been investigating Facebook since 2018 following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, according to reports.
This week’s top story is about the blockchain-based social media application that recently launched and now challenges social media powerhouse Instagram.
Instead of pillaging your data to determine which ads or promotions to show you, Ark seeks to give control back to the user.
Twetch co-founder Josh Petty discusses the platform’s latest milestone—exceeding 1 million transactions.
The New York financial regulator has criticized the lack of leadership at Twitter which made it easier for the hackers to infiltrate the platform.
Gary Vaynerchuk will be part of a panel that will discuss how content creators can move their content on-chain to make money.
Twetch Chat is colloquially labeled as ‘encrypted AF’ which is to state that only the participants of a conversation can read the messages.
A new Twetch feature will auto-twetch a post replied to on Twitter, and its feed on Twetch is a list of curated tweets from humans archived on the ledger.
Episode 2 of the CoinGeek RoundTable delves into the broken Internet and the power vested in Bitcoin to fix it, with host Kurt Wuckert Jr.
Rival business models are exploring microtransactions for consumer apps on Bitcoin SV as replacements for ‘surveillance capitalism.
Jon Southurst talks to Gerald Liebhardt about the motivations behind WhysApp, what he'd like to see it become, and why he built it on BSV.