It’s not just you: Robinhood.com appears to be down for many users of the young people-focused investing app. It’s likely that coronavirus fears over the weekend have pushed the servers beyond its limit as investors look to make trades to mitigate their exposure…
Public.com, if you haven’t heard of it, is a relatively new app that hopes to democratize investing for the next generation. It’s now raised a $15 million Series B round, but this time some cultural icons you’re likely familiar with are jumping on board.
Boston-based Fidelity Investments Inc. has today announced (via CNBC) that it’s opening its brokerage doors to partial stock trades, following in the footsteps of similar moves from modern online trading platforms and stock brokerage firms.
Twitter user @crypt0fungus changed their online persona to that of a woman and their engagement rose by 91%. One day fungus was tweeting about annoyances with the new Star Wars movie, and the next, he was catfishing Twitter as a female named Crypto Kimberly.
Today, an old tweet appeared on my timeline from John McAfee, the founder of McAfee security software. Apparently, he had predicted that Bitcoin would be worth $500 thousand by the end of 2020, but recorrected his math due to the parabolic bull run of 2017 because it had outpaced his initial expectations. What he promised to do if price did not reach $1 million is up for you to read down below.