Know Your Meme, a leading online encyclopedia for memes, wants to turn its huge database into a profitable software tool for tracking internet trends.
A group of investors that recently bought a UK football club is using non-fungible tokens and decentralized decision-making to try a new form of team-building.
Scaling it back would defuse controversy, serve consumers and make life better for Amazon’s universe of third-party sellers.
The short video app is a great vehicle for promoting new songs, but pressuring performers to prove their selling power on social media will likely backfire.
It has the design chops, the chips and the know-how to ship high-end headsets at scale.
Despite the catastrophic flaws, it’s a way to print money, which is why crypto enthusiasts will keep trying to make it happen.
Digital transformation is still in an early phase, which means many hard-hit cloud and “software-as-a-service” stocks could bounce back in years to come.
The digital currency consumes a lot of electricity, but one startup is showing how its unique properties can help transition the world to cleaner energy.
The widespread use of professional pseudonyms on social media could curb rampant credentialism and allow merit to win out.
Why the U.S. should be glad that it now hosts more races than any other country.
Talent retention is hard. But declining stock prices and rising interest in crypto make it even harder.
The country has reportedly raised more than $50 million in digital currency donations. Introducing NFT and token mechanics could help bring in more.