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Crypto whiz kid Justin Sun is giving away $1.2 million to 100 people next year — and wants Andrew Yang to help him
The Tron and BitTorrent boss, who paid $4.6 million for lunch with Warren Buffett, plans to invite one of the "lucky 100" to the charity meal.
Crypto whiz kid Justin Sun’s $4.6 million lunch with Warren Buffett has sparked China conspiracies, public apologies, and an invite for Donald T...
Key events include Sun winning the charity auction, delaying, and apologizing for the hype after Chinese officials reportedly detained his employees.
The crypto whiz kid who paid $4.6 million for lunch with Warren Buffett asked Donald Trump and several crypto bosses to join them. Here’s everyo...
Justin Sun invited executives from Ethereum, Litecoin, Binance, Circle, Huobi, eToro, and other crypto firms to attend the charity meal.
The LinkedIn founder is bullish on cryptocurrency even as public support for the technology has declined.
The crypto whiz kid who postponed his $4.6 million lunch with Warren Buffett is working to reschedule it
"We are in the process of corralling all of those nine people again to get it back on track," Tron's communications director said.
This former anime chief at Netflix quit to run a startup. Here’s 3 things the streaming giant taught him.
"Films are so hard to make, it is a miracle they even get made at all."
After Trump announced delays on some tariffs until December, there was a 123% increase in people trading bitcoin.
Bitcoin has become an unlikely safe haven as global turmoil has rocked markets. But not everyone thinks that’s a good idea.
"Bitcoin is harder to manipulate the circulating supply and that's why some people think its a safe haven," said Sky Guo.
The New York Stock Exchange’s parent company will offer futures paid out in bitcoin starting in September
Intercontinental Exchange will begin offering one-day and one-month futures contracts paid out in bitcoin on September 23.
North Korean hackers reportedly stole $2 billion from banks and cryptocurrencies to build Kim Jong Un’s nuclear weapons
According to a UN report, North Korean cyber attacks skimmed $2 billion from banks and cryptocurrency exchanges to fund its weapons programs.