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NFT Marketplace OpenSea has got hacked, Users Lose NFTs

World’s largest NFT marketplace OpenSea officially confirmed on Sunday that its system was hit by phishing attack. While confirming the phishing attack, OpenSea’s co-founder & CEO Devin Finzer said that at least 32 users had lost their valuable NFTs worth $1.7 Mn of Ethereum (ETH). He also refuted the rumors that OpenSea users lost NFTs worth $200 Mn. This is probably for the first time that OpenSea has witnessed a phishing attack (Read more)


Tesla to accept ‘Dogecoin’ as payment at its charging station

Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk has announced that its supercharging station in Santa Monica will start accepting cryptocurrency Dogecoin as payment. Musk made this announcement on Twitter. The Santa Monica charging station will now become the first station in Tesla’s network to accept crypto as the payment method (Read more)


Trump’s social media app ‘Truth Social’ is all set for a Debut on Apple’s App store  

President Trump at a press event
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Former U.S President Donald Trump’s highly anticipated social media app ‘Truth Social’ is all set for a debut in the Apple’s App store on Monday, according to Reuters. The app’s launch will mark Trump’s comeback on the social media world following his permanent ban on popular social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook and Youtube earlier this year. As per reports, people responsible for marketing have already contracts with several social media influencers (Read more)


Meta has invested in social gaming company Playco (Reports claim)

Meta has invested $40 Mn in the Japanese social gaming company Playco, according to news portal Axios. Both companies have officially declined to comment on this matter. Playco is a creator of the hit online social game FarmVille. This news has come at a time when Facebook’s global users witnessed a marginal decline for the first time in its history (Read more)


Apple’s boss Tim Cook is facing a Backlash over his Salary

Tim Cook Apple CEO

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook recently got a huge increment in its annual salary, with the company awarding him a lucrative salary of nearly $99 Mn. This is a significant rise from Cook’s earlier salary package of $15 Mn. The backlash over Cook’s salary has come from proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS), which issues corporate governance guidance to companies. ISS has said in its statement that Cook’s newly hiked salary is 1,447 times more than the average salary of Apple employee (Read more)

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