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Donald Trump’s Truth Social app Goes Live


Former U.S. President Donald Trump’s highly anticipated social media app Truth Social finally made its debut on Apple’s App store on Sunday. The anticipation for this app was so huge that due to huge number of downloads the app faced outage problem immediately after its launch. Even people who successfully downloaded the app reportedly saw error messages while feeding their personal details. Donald Trump’s app, which is essentially an alternative to Twitter, has certainly made an impressive yet rocky debut on the app store (Read more)


In future, Twitter may allow you to untag yourself from thread

Twitter might be beta testing a feature that will soon give you the freedom to untag yourself from threads. This news has been broken by social media expert Jane Manchun Wong, who claimed that this feature would be lot from the existing ‘mute conversation’ feature. This feature will stop people from tagging you in the thread again and you’ll stop receiving any further notification from the untagged thread (Read more)


Instagram is increasing its daily time limit option

Instagram is increasing minimum daily time limit option from the standard 10 minutes to 30 minutes, according to TechCrunch. TechCrunch said that following the latest update Instagram’s daily time limit option can go up to 3 hours. It is not clear whether Instagram has increased its daily time limit only in selected markets or globally.  This development has come at a time when Facebook reported first-ever decline in its global users. (Read more)


South Korea’s largest bank (Kookmin Bank) all set to launch crypto investment fund

Kookmin Bank – South Korea’s largest bank – will soon launch its crypto investment fund to help retail investors  to invest in crypto products. Kookmin Bank has now become the first bank in South Korea to roll out the crypto investment fund. The bank said that this move is in response to the growing demand for cryptos and NFTs. Crypto supporters will be adherently supporting this move amid India, China and other countries regulatory crackdown on cryptocurrencies (Read more)


SoftBank may trim its Alibaba Stake

SoftBank to Invest in Indiatech.

SoftBank is most likely to bring down its stake in Chinese tech giant Alibaba, according to leading investment company  Jefferies & Company. Jefferies & Company’s MD Atul Goyal has written in its note that SoftBank will need $40-45 Bn for its Vision fund and stake stale in Alibaba is possibly the best option through which the Japanese investment giant can bring in the funds (Read more)

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