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UTA Signs Social Token Platform Rally To Connect “Crypto-Interested Talent” With...

Deadline reports: "In its latest push into the fast growing, red-hot crypto/NFT space, UTA has signed new client Rally and is working “to educate...

The Tether Controversy, Explained

The Verge reports: "What if a digital currency wipeout could injure — or even destroy — the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem? Lately, there’s been a...

New Bitcoin tax plans could stifle greener blockchain tech

The Verge reports: "Ongoing efforts to pass a bipartisan infrastructure bill could reshape the cryptocurrency world, as lawmakers debate new tax-reporting requirements on various...

Music Licensing Startup Slip.stream Raises $3.25m

Music Business Worldwide reports: "Music licensing startup Slip.stream has raised $3.25m in an initial funding round. The round was led by Third Prime with...

Having Just Raised $3.5m, Swedish AI Music Startup Starmony Lets Users...

Music Business Worldwide reports: "Swedish music tech company Starmony has raised US $3.5 million from Brightly Ventures, Bonnier Ventures and Acecap along with a...

NFT market OpenSea hits $1.5 billion valuation

TechCrunch reports: "It’s been a wild 2021 for NFT auction marketplace OpenSea. The startup was exceedingly well positioned in a niche space when NFTs...

Titan raises $58M for mobile crypto investment platform

VentureBeat reports: "Titan has raised $58 million to build an investment management platform to take on the likes of Fidelity and other traditional investment...

American Law Institute Decision Could Make It Harder for Creators to...

Billboard reports: "Opponents of copyright "Restatement" project say the influential legal organization has ignored dissenting opinions when it voted to approve a draft last...

UK leaders call for 50% of stream revenue to be paid...

Hypebot reports: "A bombshell study released by the UK Parliament calls for comprehensive reform “not only to redress the balance for songwriters, performers, and...

Google sued by 37 US states over Play Store monopoly

Gamesindustry.biz reports: "37 US state and district attorneys have sued Google over alleged efforts to unlawfully maintain a monopoly on Android devices." Read more