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Binance picks up stake in Forbes

World’s largest cryptocurrency exchange Binance announced that it will invest $200 Mn in the Forbes, picking up minority stake in the media company. The cryptocurrency major will be making the investment in the Forbes through SPCA or Special Purpose Acquisition Company. This high profile deal is expected to be closed by end of March. Interestingly, in 2020 Binance had filed a lawsuit against the Forbes for publishing a malicious story against the company. Binance later dropped the lawsuit against Forbes (Read more)


Samsung Launches new Galaxy Smartphone Event in Metaverse

Samsung launched its new Galaxy Smartphone in Metaverse earlier this week. But the event turned out to be a sort of dude as many people failed to get access to the event due to technical problems. The launch event was held on Decentraland, a cryptocurrency virtual world that can be accessed via web browser (Read more)


Saudi Arabia Launches its First NFT


In a first, Saudi Arabia family has launched its first-ever NFT, courtesy Saudi Arabia princess Reem Ali Faisal. Faisal, who is known to be avid photographer, has launched her NFT on OpenSea. Her first NFT is called Mekkah and Madinah, named after the holiest pilgrimage in the Islamic world. The collection has total 15 NFTs in all (Read more)


Tesla sued for racial discrimination & harassment

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Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla has been sued by civil right agency The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). DFEH has alleged in its lawsuit that Tesla’s Fremont factory is allegedly promoting and encouraging racially discriminating behavior against the black employees. DFEH said that it has received scores of complains from Tesla factory black workers about being subjected to racial discrimination. Tesla has officially denied these charges (Read more)


Tinder adds ‘Blind dates’ feature to its Explore Section  

Popular online dating app Tinder has announced that it has added ‘blind date’ option to its explore section. The date blind date option puts the Tinder users on a fast chat experience and based on their responses it will be decided whether respondents will be allowed to view each-others profile. Tinder said that while testing feature it found that users using ‘blind date’ feature have a higher chances of finding a date (Read more)

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