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The Number of Crypto Exchanges Offering Margin Has Multiplied

Until recently, Bitmex, Deribit and a handful of established exchanges were the only places where traders could get their leverage fix. This has now changed with the emergence of dozens of exchanges offering leverage and plenty more on their way. Binance and Kucoin – two platforms famed for driving this year’s other exchange trend, the IEO – [Read More...]

AI-produced music raises copyright questions on whether AI or their human creators can claim authorship and whether artists mimicked by AI should be compensated (Dani Deahl/The Verge)

Dani Deahl / The Verge: AI-produced music raises copyright questions on whether AI or their human creators can claim authorship and whether artists mimicked by AI should be compensated  —  AI is capable of making music, but does that make AI an artist?  As AI begins to reshape how music is made [Read More...]

Crypto Rocket Lets You Track Over 2,000 Cryptocurrencies

Having access to detailed and real-time market data is a precondition for becoming a successful cryptocurrency trader. Crypto Rocket is a mobile app that aggregates useful information about digital coins including price movements and the latest developments in the space. Also read: BCH Merchant App Allows Businesses to Accept Crypto Payments in [Read More...]

French startup Alsid, whose SaaS solution helps companies monitor and protect Microsoft Active Directory installation, raises $14.7M Series A led by Idinvest (Romain Dillet/TechCrunch)

Romain Dillet / TechCrunch: French startup Alsid, whose SaaS solution helps companies monitor and protect Microsoft Active Directory installation, raises $14.7M Series A led by Idinvest  —  French startup Alsid has raised a $14.7 million funding round (€13 million).  The company is working on a security solution [Read More...]

The French Government officially launches Tchap, its own messaging app with end-to-end encryption, after patching a security flaw found upon initial release (Romain Dillet/TechCrunch)

Romain Dillet / TechCrunch: The French Government officially launches Tchap, its own messaging app with end-to-end encryption, after patching a security flaw found upon initial release  —  The French government just launched its own messaging app called Tchap in order to protect conversations from hackers, private companies and foreign [Read More...]

Sources: Qualcomm’s joint venture with Guizhou province on a server chip plant will be shut down; Qualcomm and the province spent $570M on the plant since 2016 (The Information)

The Information: Sources: Qualcomm’s joint venture with Guizhou province on a server chip plant will be shut down; Qualcomm and the province spent $570M on the plant since 2016  —  A joint venture between Qualcomm and the government of a rural Chinese province to make server chips will wind down by the end of the month [Read More...]

HipChat co-founders raise $3M in seed funding for Swoot, a social podcast app that lets users recommend podcasts and see what their friends are listening to (Anthony Ha/TechCrunch)

Anthony Ha / TechCrunch: HipChat co-founders raise $3M in seed funding for Swoot, a social podcast app that lets users recommend podcasts and see what their friends are listening to  —  Pete Curley and Garret Heaton, who previously co-founded team chat app HipChat and sold it to Atlassian, are officially launching their new product Swoot [Read More...]

Research paper argues that Facebook increased user surveillance as its competitors exited the market, makes the case for antitrust action against the company (Cory Doctorow/Boing Boing)

Cory Doctorow / Boing Boing: Research paper argues that Facebook increased user surveillance as its competitors exited the market, makes the case for antitrust action against the company  —  In 2017, a 28-year-old law student named Lina Kahn turned the antitrust world on its ear with her Yale Law Review paper [Read More...]

Autonomous car startup Pony.ai launches PonyPilot, a pilot ride-hailing service for its employees within a 50 square kilometer area in Guangzhou, China (Kyle Wiggers/VentureBeat)

Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat: Autonomous car startup Pony.ai launches PonyPilot, a pilot ride-hailing service for its employees within a 50 square kilometer area in Guangzhou, China  —  Guangzhou, China-based self-driving startup Pony.ai is joining an exclusive club of companies that have launched autonomous ride-hailing [Read More...]
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