By CCN Markets: Hollywood movie star Brad Pitt has reportedly invested in a “cold fusion” startup dubbed Industrial Heat, The Financial Times reports. Joining him for the capital venture into futuristic clean energy are Laurene Powell Jobs and English fund manager Neil Woodford. Incidentally, Pitt plays a Hollywood stunt double in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film, “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood.” It hits theaters on July 26. New #OnceUponaTimeinHollywood pic with #BradPitt as Cliff Boothvia @empiremagazine#Quentintarantino #quentintarantinomovies pic.twitter.com/Azi9XqbBAJ — Quentin Tarantino News (@QTarantino_news) June 13, 2019 In real life, however, Brad Pitt seems to be playing Elon Musk’s stunt double.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse went on Bloomberg TV for an interview about the usefulness of his company’s technology and told the interviewer that “any digital asset in the long-term is going to be valued based upon the problems it’s solving.” Garlinghouse: SWIFT’s Customers Think Blockchain Has Promise Ripple is widely believed to be solving the
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When Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Division of Corporation Finance Director William Hinman gave his opinion this summer that ether — the native asset of the Ethereum platform — was not a security under federal law, he listed among his justifications the fact that, although ether was originally distributed through a token sale, it has
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