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From Bitcoin to DeFi (in 12 Short Years)
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Even if you’ve been living under a rock, you’re probably familiar with Bitcoin. Now, just as crypto disrupted the concept of value, decentralized finance is poised to disrupt finance itself. The populist movement promises huge returns for daring investors. But with DeFi’s promise of inclusion comes risk and uncertainty.

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New technology: what do you have to fear? | The Economist
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Managing the risks and rewards of emerging technologies is a tricky balancing act. How is it possible to maximise the upsides of innovation while minimising the potential downsides? Read more here:

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Alchemy: The $3.5 Billion Crypto Firm Investing In Its Own Clients | Forbes
1,890 Views · 9 days ago

In today’s frothy crypto environment, where nine-figure venture capital rounds seem to be handed out to startups like foam fingers at a football game, it can be easy for a casual observer to assume that all participants are blindly following FOMO-driven over-exuberance.

However, there is significantly more going on below the surface.

Now $3.5 billion blockchain infrastructure company Alchemy, which offers easy-to-use software for developers to write crypto applications and is perhaps the market leader in the race to become the Amazon Web Services of crypto, is throwing its proverbial hat into the ring.

Revealed exclusively to Forbes, today the company, which powers virtually the entire NFT industry and processes $45 billion worth of transactions on an annualized basis, is launching its own venture capital fund to invest in current clients named Alchemy Ventures. Much like Coinbase Ventures, Alchemy’s primary motivation is bootstrapping the industry, rather than receiving 100x returns through an exit such as an IPO 5-7 years from now.

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Triller Wants to Take On TikTok to Go Public in $5 Billion Merger
7,217 Views · 26 days ago

Triller CEO Mahi de Silva joins Caroline Hyde to talk about their merger with Seachange International Inc., in a move that will take the smaller rival to TikTok public. The transaction will value Triller at about $5 billion, a four-fold increase over its recent valuation of $1.25 billion.

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Quantum Computers Could Change Everything - Here's What You Should Know In Under 4 Minutes | Fo
5,366 Views · 29 days ago

In the near future, there's a good chance quantum computers will be a game changing technology for humanity. The industry is still in its early stages, with computer scientists around the world as well as technology giants such as IBM and Google working to develop them. So what exactly makes them different from our current computers and mobile devices? Jessica Pointing, a PhD student and researcher in quantum computing at Stanford University and Forbes 30 Under 30 alumni, explains the basics.

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Meet The Youngest Woman Running A Billion-Dollar Startup | Forbes
4,344 Views · 2 months ago

During her undergraduate years at Yale University, April Koh learned firsthand how frustrating and expensive it can be to find effective help for mental health illnesses. Her best friend and roommate cycled through multiple doctors and medications for an eating disorder, and ultimately needed a leave of absence to secure treatment; Koh, meanwhile, was dealing with her own mental health issues and struggling to find the right course of treatment.

Convinced that there had to be a better way to match patients to the best treatments, Koh teamed up with Adam Chekroud, a Ph.D. candidate at Yale who in 2016 published peer-reviewed research on the ways that machine learning could help match patients to the best care providers for their needs. That same year, Koh and Chekroud founded Spring Health, a platform that would use “precision mental healthcare” to solve the very problem Koh and her best friend had faced.

Five years later, Koh (Spring’s CEO) and Chekroud (Spring’s president) have guided Spring to unicorn status: The company is announcing Thursday that it has secured a $190 million Series C round of funding at a $2 billion valuation. The round was led by health investor Kinnevik; insurer Guardian Life joined as a new investor, while existing investors—including Tiger Global, Rethink Impact and Work-Bench—also participated.

The raise also means that Koh, 29, is now the youngest female CEO of a multibillion-dollar startup. (To achieve this distinction Koh just edges out Shippo CEO Laura Behrens Wu, a Forbes Under 30 alumna, who is six months older.)

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Personio: He built one of Europe’s most valuable start-ups in his 20s
7,425 Views · 2 months ago

HR software start-up Personio is worth more than $6.3 billion, which is quite a feat for company that was only founded in 2015. CEO Hanno Renner talked to CNBC about his journey, from building Personio’s first software product with his three co-founders as college students in Munich, Germany, to heading up a multi-billion dollar business with offices in five countries. Renner also discussed what lessons he was able to take from working part-time as a yacht skipper, while he was college student, into his current role as a CEO.

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Here's how Bilibili grew to become more than China’s answer to Youtube
7,800 Views · 10 months ago

Bilibili is one of the most popular video content platforms in China, especially among Gen Z audiences.
It's not surprising comparisons have been made with Youtube, with both having user-generated short video content.
In our video, we take a look at how different these two platforms actually are.

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Are DoorDash, UberEats Good For Restaurants?
5,201 Views · 10 months ago

While indoor dining has dropped way down during the pandemic, food delivery has grown considerably. DoorDash and Uber Eats, the two largest delivery apps by market share both saw their sales double from the end of 2019 to the end of 2020.

But while it might be an easy decision for customers to use these third-party delivery apps, the decision for restaurants is not so easy. There is a lot to consider, and it’s not a one-size-fits-all solution.

To find out more, watch CNBC’s deep-dive into the pros and cons of third-party delivery apps for restaurants.

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WeWork: Or The Making And Breaking Of A $47 Billion Unicorn | Official Trailer | Forbes
11,137 Views · 10 months ago

How do you lose $47 billion in six weeks? Let us count the ways. See the #SXSW and #HotDocs Official Selection, and first feature film from Forbes Entertainment, WeWork: or The Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn, premiering April 2 on @Hulu. #WeWorkDoc

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Robot Exhibition in Beijing | The Coolest Robots from China 2020 | CIFTIS 2020
8,478 Views · 1 year ago

Robot Exhibition in Beijing: the coolest robots from China 2020. Robot Exhibition 2020. The newest and coolest robots and amazing technologies of the future. Incredible robots and gadgets in China. News of technology.

China International Services Trade Fair CIFTIS 2020 this year was the first major event in China since the beginning of the pandemic. And the real sensation was the robot exhibition grounds.

1. CANBOT - robot cooker
2. Robot barista from Orion Star Technology
3. Qualcomm's barista robot is based on industrial manipulators
4. robot with six legs, created by researchers from Shanghai Jiaotong University
5. Unitree Robotics - A1 robot and robot Laikago
6. Deep Robotics brought its four-legged robot: robot Jueying Pro
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9. Xinsong brought smart robotic equipment for rehabilitation
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13. robot artist Saidaqian painted portraits
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15, The Institute of Vehicles and Transportation of Tsinghua University presented 6 unmanned vehicles
17.High-tech giant ABB demonstrated 2 super capabilities of its YuMi robot
18. Bionic fish robots were swimming in swimming pools
19. robodogs from Ghost Robotics

Robot dog, robot bartender, robot barista, medical robots, robots cooks, industrial, service, humanoid and robotic animals.

Which is the coolest robot 2020? All the most interesting and new robots in China, incredible inventions of the future, smart robots, we have collected in one issue of the series of high-tech news.

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Inside Nikola, The One-Time Wall Street Darling Mired In Controversy
18,000 Views · 1 year ago

The last few months have been a roller coaster ride for battery and hydrogen-powered semi truck maker, Nikola. Initially, the company briefly surpassed Ford’s market capitalization. A partnership with GM further bolstered Nikola. But with founder and former executive chair, Trevor Milton, now facing fraud and sexual assault allegations and the GM deal up in the air, CNBC decided to visit Nikola’s headquarters to find out what is really going on with the one-time Wall Street darling.

Inside Samsung’s Massive Digital City
17,759 Views · 1 year ago

Samsung is by far the biggest company in South Korea. It makes more than twice as much as the next largest South Korean corporation. In order to house their more than 250,000 employees, the electronics giant has built its own city just outside Seoul. Today we’re learning about the city that Samsung built.

The Samsung Group, which includes Samsung Electronics and Samsung Life Insurance among others, has an annual revenue of 208 billion dollars, accounting for 17% of South Korea’s total GDP. Though it has been plagued by controversy in recent years, it is by far one of the largest corporations on Earth.

Samsung produces everything from medical supplies to energy and they have substantial holdings in finance, resort management, and insurance. In the first quarter of 2019, Samsung shipped 71.9 million smartphone units, compared to Huawei and Apple, which shipped 59.1 million and 36.4 million, respectively, according to IDC. Needless to say, this company is extremely powerful.

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Facebook Is Building A City For Its Employees
15,531 Views · 1 year ago

Right in the heart of silicon valley, Facebook is cooking up a big new project to expand its Menlo Park campus into what can only be described as a fully-fledged town.

Since humble beginnings in Zuckerberg's Havard dorm room, Facebook HQ has passed through a number of short-lived locations. Rapid growth led to years of hopping from one office to another; however, the roots are only getting deeper in their current location – and it's not hard to see why.

Facebook's campus sits in a not so little corner of Palo Alto, and the entirety of its construction has been built around the wellbeing of the people that make the company tick, the employees.

Stepping away from canning workers into grey cubicles like sardines, Facebook's HQ follows an open plan, natural light-filled, home away from home approach that encourages creativity, collaboration, and good vibes only.

Close to the banks of San Francisco Bay, facebook's Menlo park or 'MPK' campus sprawls across hundreds of acres and is split into 3, soon to be 4 sections.

China Is Building The World's Most Futuristic City
14,475 Views · 1 year ago

We’re all too familiar with the work-play balance we strive to juggle in the 21st century. It’s virtually impossible, right? We’re often faced with a long and busy commute to work, using dated public transport or busy highways, only to find ourselves sitting in a dull office all day long. Well Tencent is about to revolutionize the work-play life of 80,000 people in the city of Shenzhen, with a next-century approach!

Following Huawei’s campus-style city, Chinese technology company Tencent, the driving power behind instant messaging apps WeChat and QQ, has made promises to build an entire mini-city off the banks of the Pearl River in Shenzhen, where the company has its headquarters. Both are located in the Guangdong province of Southern China, near the metropolis of Hong Kong.

How Gaming Tech Giant Tencent is building its own futuristic city.

The accounting oligopoly: What’s next for the Big Four? | CNBC Explains
11,349 Views · 1 year ago

After some of the biggest financial scandals in history, the future of the big four accountancy firms, KPMG, PWC, EY and Deloitte are at a crossroads. CNBC’s Tom Chitty explains. The Big Four, in response to queries from CNBC, said that they have taken steps to enhance audit governance, including engaging with the Financial Reporting Council on the principles of operational separation.

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