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LONDON (Reuters) - Elon Musk says Tesla won't use or accept bitcoin until he can be sure it's produced sustainably. He may be waiting some time.
(Reuters) -Tesla Inc boss Elon Musk on Thursday denounced the "insane" amount of energy used to produce bitcoin, doubling down on his sudden rejection of the cryptocurrency as a means of payment over environmental concerns.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - After a doctor's visit, three court appearances, five trips to the bank and having her name and address published in a newspaper, Billie Simmons finally got a debit card with her chosen name.
Bumble is cautiously optimistic about users returning to dating, even as revenue grows on higher paying user numbers.
The judge in the Epic Games Inc. vs Apple Inc. trial hinted at looking for middle ground: to allow app developers to inform users that Apple's app store isn’t their only shopping option.
TOKYO/HONG KONG (Reuters) -Bitcoin popped back above $50,000 in Asian trade on Thursday, clawing back some of the 17% plunge that followed Elon Musk's tweet that Tesla Inc would stop accepting the digital tokens as payment for its cars.
(Reuters) -Tesla Inc will no longer accept bitcoin for car purchases, Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Wednesday, citing long-brewing environmental concerns for a swift reversal in the company's position on the cryptocurrency.
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Cryptocurrency ether hit another record high on Wednesday, taking gains this year to close to 500% on the back of growing interest in decentralized finance applications and increasing institutional interest in cryptocurrencies.
As electric cars struggle for acceptance in the US, its government is trying to normalise them by introducing EV chargers at high-traffic locations like convenience stores, gas stations and outdoor strip malls.
ByteDance Ltd’s TikTok is working with brands including streetwear label Hype to test in-app sales in Europe, a move that will intensify its competition with Facebook Inc and further blur the line between social media and online shopping.