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Square Will Invest $5 Million to Build an Open-Source, Solar-Powered Bitcoin Mining Facility

Square Will Invest $5 Million to Build an Open-Source, Solar-Powered Bitcoin Mining Facility

Graphic: Blockstream Square, the digital payments firm led by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, is teaming up with blockchain technology provider Blockstream Mining to build an open-source, solar-powered bitcoin mining facility at one of Blockstream’s U.S. sites. Advertisement Square will invest $5 million in the facility, which will be a “proof-of-concept for a 100% renewable energy …

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Looks Like Twitter May Be Working on a Subscription Service Called Twitter Blue for $2.99 per Month

Looks Like Twitter May Be Working on a Subscription Service Called Twitter Blue for $2.99 per Month

Photo: Denis Charlet (Getty Images) Twitter hasn’t released many details about the paid subscription model it’s cooking up, but thanks to app researcher Jane Manchun Wong we may have some clues about what it will cost and be called. On Saturday, Wong tweeted that the subscription service Twitter Blue will cost $2.99 per month and …

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has created an NFT for the first tweet

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has created an NFT for the first tweet

If you’ve used social media much, then you’ve seen the first tweet ever. Sent on March 21st, 2006 by Twitter co-founder and current CEO Jack Dorsey, it didn’t say very much: “just setting up my twttr.” But now, thanks to the wild west of NFTs — crypto-authenticated tokens that assign unique values and verification for …

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Square is buying a majority stake in Tidal

The rumors of Square buying Tidal proved true. Square has bought a majority stake in Tidal for the equivalent of $297 million in cash and stock. Jack Dorsey, Square’s CEO (and Twitter’s, for that matter), explained the deal as a bid to find “new ways” for artists to get paid — he believes the success …

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