The great disruption of the novel coronavirus could do what nothing else has done so far: give Bitcoin the extra push to become accepted as a reserve currency. The macro economic moment we’re in represents a serious opportunity for Bitcoin use cases. Let’s take a look at a few key reasons why. The post Bitcoin Emerges as New Standard in Post-COVID Economy? appeared first on ReadWrite.
People of all persuasions are angry at the inconsistent politics of social media platforms. For that, blame their founders’ ruling style.
Social media was supposed to be the ultimate free speech platform, a place where the world would come together to swap information and share opinions. It would be the battleground of ideas. Someone would say something that looked sensible, face a challenge from someone with a different experience, and new facts, and the world would […] The post Social Media has had its Day appeared first on ReadWrite.
You know things are bad when the comedians have it in for you. In November, Sacha Baron Cohen went viral. The comedian has pulled some pretty good pranks in the past, but this video didn’t show him fooling a politician as a rapper or playing a journalist from Kazakhstan. The vid showed him as himself […] The post Where Does Social Media Think it’s Going Now? appeared first on ReadWrite.
At media companies, 2018 might be remembered as the year that someone finally got data sharing right. To be sure, there were some missteps. Facebook’s series of data scandals cost the social network around a quarter of its value. But Twitter, Google, Reddit, Snapchat, and even Facebook each tweaked their privacy policies to better balance […] The post 4 Things Spotify Can Teach You About Data Sharing appeared first on ReadWrite.