Browsing the "Startups" Tag

ConsenSys HQ

Lubin Won’t Rule Out Layoffs Amid ‘Refocusing’ at ConsenSys

| Zack Seward

A strategic shift is in the works at ConsenSys, the sprawling venture studio dedicated to building ethereum-based businesses and products.

Steemit Lays Off 70% of Its Staff, Citing Crypto Bear Market

| Christine Kim

"We've been forced to lay off more than 70% of our organization and begin a restructuring," says Steemit founder Ned Scott.

After Friday’s SEC Actions, Experts Say ICO Party ‘Is Truly Over’

| Nikhilesh De

Friday's charges against Airfox and Paragon Coin may hint at how the SEC will regulate ICOs going forward.

Crypto Investing May Have Finally Met Its Tinder Match

| Brady Dale

Meet Jeff Morris, Jr., who's the director of product at online dating provider Tinder, but also a venture capitalist in the crypto space.

Boost VC, Adam Draper

Boost VC Just Fulfilled a Crypto Funding Pledge 4 Years in the Making

| Brady Dale

One of crypto's oldest pledges has finally been fulfilled.

Former Trump Advisor Gary Cohn Joins Blockchain Startup

| Daniel Palmer

Gary Cohn, a former chief economic advisor to the U.S. president and Goldman veteran, has just joined a financial data-focused blockchain startup.

Singapore Moves to Help Crypto Startups Receive Banking Services

| Wolfie Zhao

Singapore's central bank is building relationships to ensure local crypto-focused startups receive domestic banking services.

circle, startup

Circle Eyes Crypto Securities Bid With Crowdfunding Site Acquisition

| Stan Higgins

Crypto company Circle is reportedly moving to acquire SeedInvest, a crowdfunding platform for startups.

IBM, Hacera Create Distributed ‘Yellow Pages’ for Blockchain Networks

| Wolfie Zhao

IBM has partnered to launch a yellow-pages-like directory allowing interested firms to look up and contact different projects in the blockchain space.

Korean Blockchain Groups Blast Plan to Strip Crypto Exchange Benefits

| Wolfie Zhao

Several blockchain associations in South Korea are pushing back against a government proposal they fear will stifle industry innovation.