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The card-based strategy game Axie Infinity: Origins will first launch across Latin America and Asia as it continues its global expansion.
BTC climbed Tuesday afternoon as Google and Microsoft's first-quarter earnings surpassed expectations. Both equities and Treasury yields were down on Tuesday, however.
The initiative will come with technical and monetary support for early-stage Web3 developers.
Google searches for Arbitrum, the largest layer 2 scaling solution on Ethereum, have soared in the past 24-hours after the long-awaited airdrop was announced.
As Microsoft and Google go head-to-head on artificial intelligence, crypto needs to prove it's recent rally is worth anything.
Gloomy forecasts, mass layoffs and antitrust lawsuits have bruised "Big Tech" over the past year. But that doesn't automatically portend the end of Web2. For Web3 to emerge, we have to address key questions about AI and decentralization.
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Going by recent headlines and what the company says, one would assume Google is diving into crypto. The hiring of former PayPal exec Arnold Goldberg to run Google’s payments division in January was touted as “a broader strategy to team up with a wider range of financial services, including cryptocurrencies,” in a Bloomberg article and echoed in a lot of crypto press, including here. On the surface, it would seem Google is getting aggressive in its approach to crypto.
While a repeat of the super-rally seen in the second half of 2021 might not be likely, that era did come to mind last week as bitcoin showed strength. Crypto Long & Short is CoinDesk's weekly newsletter featuring insights, news and analysis for the professional investor.
The move highlights the growing attention that technology giants are giving towards blockchain, crypto and Web3 projects.
Some of the tokens have soared in recent days, although they are not licensed or have an affiliation with World Cup teams. An analyst says they “have little to no intrinsic value.”
Google's management team highlighted economic uncertainty which contributed to a slowdown in advertising spending.
Owen Lau, senior analyst at investment bank Oppenheimer, joined “All About Bitcoin” to discuss what Google’s partnership with crypto exchange Coinbase could mean for other crypto-native companies.
Google will start accepting crypto payments for cloud services early next year, according to a CNBC report.
The iOS version of the app is expected to be launched soon.
Curtis Yarvin's ideology aside, the peer-to-peer computer network he designed should be evaluated on its own merits.
A court judgment ostensibly about the leading Web2 company’s anti-competitive restrictions sends a warning to open-source developers whose software forks, CoinDesk was told.
Google's parent company, Alphabet, participated in funding rounds that raised over $1.5 billion for four blockchain and crypto-related companies between September 2021 and June 2022 according to a study by Blockdata.