• Uber partners with traditional taxi firm in Singapore

    Uber partners with traditional taxi firm in Singapore

    businessinsider.de 19 Jan '18, 4pm

    This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Transportation and Logistics Briefing subscribers hours before it appeared on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here . Uber will launch a new service in Singapore, dubbed UberFLASH, in partnership with the city-state's ...

  • 7 sneakers that will never go out of style — and they're all under $100 https://t.co/iL3u6bnp0N

    7 sneakers that will never go out of style — and they're all under $100 -

    businessinsider.de 16 Jan '18, 2pm

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  • Canada could become the world's bitcoin mining capital as China cracks down

    Canada and Quebec woo bitcoin miners as China cracks down on energy use

    businessinsider.de 14 Jan '18, 8am

    A chain of block erupters used for Bitcoin mining is pictured at the Plug and Play Tech Center in Sunnyvale, California October 28, 2013. REUTERS/Stephen Lam Bitcoin transactions are enabled by so-called bitcoin miners, who are rewarded for digitally checking transaction records with ...

  • Warren Buffett says bitcoin 'definitely will come to a bad ending'

    Bitcoin will end badly, Warren Buffett says

    businessinsider.de 10 Jan '18, 1pm

    Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images Of cryptocurrencies , Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway's CEO, said: "What's going on definitely will come to a bad ending." Buffett told CNBC the firm would never have a position in cryptocurrencies. Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett said Wednesd...

  • Bitcoin plunges 8% after a weekend rally

    Bitcoin price plunges 8% after a weekend rally

    businessinsider.de 08 Jan '18, 2pm

    Bitcoin has given up gains made over the weekend. The cryptocurrency was trading down 8.81% at $14,781, according to Markets Insider data. Meanwhile, regulators in Asia are ramping up regulations. Bitcoin gave up its gains made over the weekend during Monday morning's trading session....

  • Ripple is tumbling while bitcoin climbs

    Ripple is tumbling while bitcoin climbs

    businessinsider.de 05 Jan '18, 6pm

    XRP is down 13% Friday while bitcoin is up 8%. Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse is defending the company against negative claims made by the New York Times on Friday. Ripple's XRP cryptocurrency slumped as much as 34% Friday morning, trading down to $2.45 a coin, after New York Times repo...

  • Leicestershire Police sell items taken from criminals on eBay

    businessinsider.de 03 Jan '18, 4pm

    A screengrab showing Leicestershire Police's eBay store. eBay Leicestershire Police run an eBay store selling items once owned by criminals. They were seized under UK legal powers and can be sold to fund public services. Items possessed and sold include BMWs, Rolexes, and a light airc...

  • Bitcoin miners are reportedly fleeing China because it is cracking down on cryptocurrencies

    Bitcoin miners ditch China as crackdown on cryptocurrencies continues

    businessinsider.de 05 Jan '18, 7pm

    Two of China's largest bitcoin mining operations are looking to set up shop elsewhere as the country expands its clampdown on cryptocurrencies to mining operations, Bloomberg news reported Friday . Bitmain, which runs two exchanges, has set up a regional office in Singapore, as well a...

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