PRESS RELEASE. Tokyo, Japan, May 9th 2023, Chainwire. The STAR project is a new initiative to help Japanese SMEs gain international recognition and prestige. The project seeks to uncover the valuable products, technologies, and know-how of small-to-medium-sized businesses.
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The crypto platform Cryptoys, backed by Andreessen Horowitz, has announced the launch of Star Wars collectible digital toys featuring iconic characters Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia. Cryptoys stated on Thursday that 15 digital action figures will be available to collect in total, and the initial Star Wars non-fungible BitcoinBlockchainCollectiblesCryptoysDigitalLineNewsStartoysUnveilsWars Read More
Your biweekly roundup of cool AI stuff and its impact on society and the future.
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Scottish-Salvadoran driver Sebastian Melrose has made his debut in the Porsche Carrera Cup racing championship. The 25-year-old, who took part in a popular Netflix TV series last year, drives a Bitcoin-branded 911 that features the flag of crypto-friendly El Salvador on its rooftop.
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Following Ben “BitBoy” Armstrong’s refusal to attend a court hearing over his promotion of FTX, a defunct cryptocurrency exchange, a referral was made to the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
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The financial and advertising regulators of the United Kingdom have teamed up to send a warning to social media “finfluencers” telling them to stop promoting illegal “get rich quick” schemes or face law enforcement. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Advertising Standards Authority (ACA) made reference to cryptocurrencies and CryptofinfluencersInvestmentIslandLoveSchemesStarWarn Read More
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Cryptocurrency exchange and Web3 technology developer OKX has been active in the space over the last month, with the latest announcement on its first immersive metaverse fan experience as a part of its “OKX Collective."On April 3, the company revealed a collaboration called “Train Like Dias” with one of its DIAsFootballLaunchesMetaverseOKXRúbenSessionStarTraining Read More
The Canadian rapper and singer Drake lost $400,000 in bitcoin after betting that the YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul would beat Tommy Fury by knockout. Drake could have potentially raked in a $1.44 million bitcoin payout, but Fury won the fight in a split-decision victory.
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In a release Friday, the SEC said Pierce had been paid $244,000 in EMAX tokens, but did not disclose the payments while marketing the project on Twitter. He also allegedly suggested he held a large amount of EMAX tokens through screenshots, despite his holdings being "much lower" than what he EthereumMaxNBAPaulPiercePromosSECStarSues Read More