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The social network plans to reward its 27 million registered users with cryptocurrency.
Gab’s pivot to bitcoin and open-source, decentralized protocols are about to make it “unstoppable,” says CEO Andrew Torba in an exclusive interview.
The social currency startup has raised a $1.7 million seed round to help content creators monetize relationships with their fans.
An article that discusses how there continues to be great interest in crypto jobs.
A former Estonian prime minister has become an advisor to a blockchain startup.
LINE announced that it has launched its own cryptocurrency called LINK.
Minds is shifting to the Ethereum blockchain for its launch.
BitTorrent is now officially part of Tron.
Baidu has launched a proprietary token of its new blockchain-based photo validating and sharing service.
The investment represents the start of China's first blockchain based social network, according to the announcement,
A look at a few companies using blockchain to build social apps with an emphasis on user privacy