But Why? Crypto Looks for Answers As Facebook Eases Ad Ban

It hasn’t been a great year so far for Facebook, the social media giant that was once the most popular online platform among America’s youth. While roughly half of teens in the U.S. still use Facebook, according to a survey published by the Pew Research Center this year, the company hasn’t been receiving much love […]

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What Andreessen Horowitz’s $300 Million Crypto Investment Means to the Market

Andreessen Horowitz, one of the largest technology-focused venture capital firms alongside the likes of Japan’s SoftBank and San Francisco’s Sequoia Capital, both of which oversee over a trillion dollars in combined company value, has created a $300 million fund dedicated to the crypto market. Long-Term HODLing Approach Since 2009, Andreessen Horowitz (A16Z) has invested in […]

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Facebook May Issue Its Own Cryptocurrency: Report

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Social media giant Facebook is exploring the benefits of releasing its own cryptocurrency, financial news outlet Cheddar reported on Friday. Citing anonymous sources familiar with the matter, senior reporter Alex Heath said that the company — whose $533 billion market cap […]

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Twitter to Ban Cryptocurrency-Related Ads, With Limited Exceptions: Report

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Twitter may be the next platform to ban cryptocurrency-related ads, following the footsteps of Google and Facebook. According to Sky News, Twitter’s ad ban would go into effect in two weeks. The microblogging platform will reportedly block ads from initial coin […]

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