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Crypto Broker Led by Uber and E*Trade Alums Is Going Public

| Marc Hochstein

Voyager, a crypto brokerage founded by Uber and E*Trade alums, is going public via a $60 million reverse merger.

New Exchange Claims It Can Tokenize Shares of AirBnb, Uber, SpaceX

| Nikhilesh De

Hg Exchange, a new security token platform launched by Zilliqa and MaiCoin, aspires to tokenize shares of big-name private companies.

Uber, E*Trade Vets to Launch No-Fee Crypto Exchange

| Anna Baydakova

A new cryptocurrency exchange is set to launch with no-feed trading – and it's got some notable backers behind it.

Sex Workers Have Serious Issues With a Crypto-Powered ‘Uber for Escorts’

| Leigh Cuen

Describing itself as the "Uber of escorting," PinkDate is one of several sex industry startups launching a cryptocurrency-fueled booking app.

Ridesharing App Founder Wants to Build a Blockchain ‘Uber’

| Chuan Tian

Chen Weixing, founder of Chinese ride-hailing app Kuaidi Dache, is planning to build a blockchain-based application for ride-sharing.

Bitcoin Startup Blockchain Adds Uber, UBS Execs to Leadership Team

| Jaroslaw Adamowski

Bitcoin software wallet startup Blockchain added two new executive hires this week, amid a continued buildup of expertise on its team.

Uber Argentina Enlists Bitcoin Partner in Fight to Continue Service

| Pete Rizzo

The Argentinian subsidiary of ridesharing giant Uber is turning to a bitcoin payment option amid a crackdown by local authorities.

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Uber Denies Plans to Accept Bitcoin Payments

| Pete Rizzo

Uber has denied rumors that is currently integrating bitcoin as a payment option for its on-demand mobile ride-sharing services.


Bitcoin Supporters Should Take a Page Out of the Uber Playbook

| Joe Maristela

Angel investor Joe Maristela explores what people in the bitcoin space can learn from regulatory developments in the Philippines surrounding Uber.


Coinbase Joins Facebook and Uber in Internet Lobbying Group

| Pete Rizzo

Coinbase has become the first bitcoin company to join the Internet Association (IA), a Washington, DC-based public policy group.