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After China’s prohibition, the US becomes the largest Bitcoin mining region.

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According to fresh statistics from Cambridge University, the US has surpassed China as the preferred location for Bitcoin miners worldwide. A 428% rise since September 2020, 35.4% of Bitcoin’s hashrate as of July is located in the US. The rise is due to China’s restriction on cryptocurrency transactions, which caused the nation to lose its commanding 38% market share worldwide.

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Sources:On Monday, Facebook will reveal a range of music products, such as a Clubhouse-like app, a podcast discovery service integrated with Spotify, and more. (Vox, Peter Kafka)

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Sources:On Monday, Facebook will reveal a range of music products, such as a Clubhouse-like app, a podcast discovery service integrated with Spotify, and more. (Vox, Peter Kafka)

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Several audio products, including a Clubhouse-like app, a podcast finding service integrated with Spotify, and more, will be unveiled by Facebook on Monday, according to sources. On Monday, there will be announcements, although some things won’t be available for some time. — Facebook wants you to start communicating with others on the site.

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ByteDance’s founder Zhang Yiming steps down as Executive Chairman

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The founder of TikTok’s parent company ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming has stepped down as chairman after announcing last May he was resigning as CEO and moving into a strategy role. New CEO Liang Rubo has taken over as chairman of the company’s board. The news comes shortly after the company announced a major organisational reshuffle at ByteDance to create six separate business units.
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Uber and Lyft will share data on banned drivers to protect passengers

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Rival companies Uber and Lyft have announced their plans to share with each other the names of drivers that have been banned from their platform, in an effort to increase passenger’s safety. The two apps have been criticised in the past for their handling of sexual assault and other safety concerns. Uber has revealed that in 2018 there were 3,045 sexual assaults and nine murders in its cars.
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