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  • How the Apple Watch just became the number one watch in the world

    businessinsider.com 12 Sep '17, 7pm

    The Apple Watch has hit a major milestone. Apple Apple has finally achieved a major milestone with its Apple Watch. The company's CEO Tim Cook told attendees that the tech giant now sells the number one watch in the world, leapfrogging Rolex in the process. Cook also said the Watch sa...

  • Bitcoin slides after Jamie Dimon bashes the cryptocurrency

    Bitcoin slides after Jamie Dimon bashes the cryptocurrency

    businessinsider.com 12 Sep '17, 6pm

    Bitcoin is trading down Tuesday afternoon after one of the most powerful men on Wall Street said the red-hot cryptocurrency is in a bubble worse than any other in history. Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan, called bitcoin "a fraud" and "worse than the tulip bulbs" bubble of the 1600s w...

  • Russia wants to regulate cryptocurrencies

    Russia wants to regulate cryptocurrencies

    businessinsider.com 08 Sep '17, 3pm

    Servers for data storage are seen at Advania's Thor Data Center in Hafnarfjordur, Iceland Thomson Reuters MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's finance ministry wants to regulate the circulation of crypto-currencies involving Russian citizens and firms, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on F...

  • SURVEY: The majority of CoinDesk readers think there's a bubble in cryptocurrencies

    SURVEY: The majority of CoinDesk readers think there's a bubble in cryptocurrencies

    businessinsider.com 07 Sep '17, 5pm

    CoinDesk The explosive growth of the cryptocurrency market even has readers of blockchain news site CoinDesk thinking there is a bubble in the $164 billion market. Since the beginning of the year, the market cap for digital coins has increased $146 billion, according to data from Coin...

  • The Navy is transporting damaged destroyer USS John McCain from Singapore to Japan

    The Navy is transporting damaged destroyer from Singapore to Japan

    businessinsider.com 07 Sep '17, 1pm

    The U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain is seen after a collision, in Singapore waters Thomson Reuters SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The U.S. Navy plans to transport the USS John S. McCain to Japan for a full damage assessment after a collision last month in which ten sailor...

  • The world's largest preschool opened in Singapore — and it costs $21,000 a year for a 3-year-old to attend 5 days …

    The world's largest preschool just opened in Singapore

    businessinsider.com 31 Aug '17, 6pm

    The mega campus takes up a space equivalent to seven football fields. Stamford American International School/Facebook As every parent can attest to, education is not something to take lightly when it comes to the future success of their child. Learning starts at an early age, so even ...

  • Bitcoin cash plunges as investors look to dump their coins

    Bitcoin cash price amid sell off

    businessinsider.com 10 Aug '17, 8pm

    Bitcoin cash is down 12%. Wathiq Khuzaie / Stringer / Getty Images The price of bitcoin cash, a spinoff cryptocurrency of bitcoin, has taken a beating over the last 24 hours as investors look to dump their coins. According to data from Coinmarketcap.com , bitcoin cash is down about 12...

  • Bitcoin flies past $3,500 for the first time

    Bitcoin price surpasses $3,500

    businessinsider.com 11 Aug '17, 2pm

    Bitcoin 's upward march into record territory continued Friday as the cryptocurrency blew past $3,500. It's trading up 3.9% at $3,566 a coin. The cryptocurrency has been on a tear this week, gaining 24%, as investors appear more sure about its future following years of uncertainty ove...

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