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Binance is being Gagged by Tax Officials for Serious Charges

World’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, is being investigated by tax authorities in the U.S, according to report published in Bloomberg. The report claims that American tax authorities are investigating the world’s largest cryptocurrency for money laundering and other serious charges. Back in 2019, a well-known crypto had accused Binance of involving in money laundering activities.

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Substack acquires Boston based startup ‘People & Company’

Online email newsletter platform Substack has acquired a small startup called “People & Company.” The financial details of the acquisition has not been revealed by Substack. People & Company claims that it helps people in building efficient communities.

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Nokia is soon going to roll out Nostalgia-Invoking smartphone model to the U.S market

Nokia is all set to launch its 2720 Flip smartphone model to the U.S. market. Nokia said that the Flip smartphone model will come with all the latest updates, allowing 4G connectivity and compliance with latest apps with Whatsapp. Nokia’s flip phone were once a rage across the world, this was obviously way before touchscreen smartphones invaded the mobile space.

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India’s Payment giant Paytm is likely to get a minority stake in Softbank backed Japanese Payment company

According to reports, Paytm is likely to get 7% stake in the SoftBank backed Japanese payment platform PayPay. SoftBank, which owns a 20% stake in Paytm’s parent company,   revealed the information in its regulatory filings. PayPay is a joint venture between Softbank and Yahoo Japan while Paytm is a technology partner in the company.

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SpaceX signs Satellite Connectivity Deal with Google Cloud

Google has said that its cloud division has inked a strategic deal with Elon Musk’s SpaceX for leveraging the latter’s satellite internet service, Starlink. As per the agreement, SpaceX will install Starlink’s terminals at Google Cloud data center across the world.

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