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Breaking Barriers: Japan’s Startups Embrace Cryptocurrency Capital


Bookmark ( 0 ) Please login to bookmark Username or Email Address Password Remember Me No account yet? Register Japan has relaxed regulations to permit startups to raise investment funds through cryptocurrencies. With this, the Japanese government now allows startups the flexibility to secure capital using crypto assets in addition to conventional stocks.

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Prosus, Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk abruptly steps down


Bob van Dijk, the chief executive of Dutch e-commerce investor Prosus and its controlling shareholder Naspers, has resigned from the top role and from the boards with immediate effect.

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The only way to guarantee startup success

A Smart Bear: Longform

What is it like to reach the pinnacle of success? Is that where you attain happiness and fulfillment? Or are those found right here, right now.

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Erik Buell on the future of electric motorcycles


The future of mopeds and motorcycles is electric, Erik Buell says. He sees mopeds and motorcycles playing a greater role in transportation.

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Navigating the Future: Generative AI, Application Analytics, and Data

Generative AI is upending the way product developers & end-users alike are interacting with data. Despite the potential of AI, many are left with questions about the future of product development: How will AI impact my business and contribute to its success? What can product managers and developers expect in the future with the widespread adoption of AI?

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Knowledge Base: Paul Veric, IPromise

NZ Entrepreneur

Watch now: (13 mins) In this edition of Knowledge Base, Richard Liew talks with Paul Veric, cofounder of payment app IPromise. We tackle the tricky subject of collecting payments from clients, which can be problematic for businesses that incur costs such as labour and materials when delivering their services to customers, but then have to wait up to 30, 60 or even 90 days for customers to pay their invoice.

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An autoworkers strike trifecta and another speed bump for Cruise and Waymo


Welcome back to The Station, your central hub for all past, present and future means of moving people and packages from Point A to Point B.

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TechCrunch+ picks: 9 books set around San Francisco


San Francisco is in a constant state of reinvention, and the many books set in or based on the Bay Area help prove it.

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