China’s multiyear crackdown on the crypto industry may have reached its apex on Friday, cementing a shift in the balance of power away from one of the countries that first embraced the digital currency world.
China intensified a crackdown on cryptocurrency trading on Friday, vowing to root out “illegal” activity and banning crypto mining nationwide.
Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou has reached an agreement with US prosecutors to resolve the bank fraud case against her, sources said.
Twitter will allow people to tip their favourite content creators with bitcoin and will launch a fund to pay some users who host audio chat rooms on its Spaces feature.
The Taiwanese semiconductor giant said it is actively supporting and working with all stakeholders to overcome a global semiconductor shortage.
Mining companies in South Africa are considering spending as much as R40-billion to construct 2GW of power generation capacity.
The European Union is creating a common charging port for mobile phones, tablets and headphones, a move that will impact Apple directly.
Groupe Canal+, the pay-television operator owned by French media conglomerate Vivendi, has again increased its stake in DStv parent MultiChoice Group.
Cabinet has adopted a more ambitious emissions reduction target ahead of a United Nations climate conference in November.
The Competition Competition has green-lighted JSE-listed technology group Altron’s acquisition of information security specialist Lawtrust.