SA traders expect more regulation as Bitcoin rally continues
Local crypto players strongly believe the higher digital currency prices will lead to faster regulatory developments in the country.
Elon Musk’s Bitcoin touch lifts SA crypto exchanges
Since Tesla bought $1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin, local crypto players report a huge increase in digital currency transactions on their platforms.
Mastercard is latest big-name to endorse crypto-currencies
The company prepares for the future of crypto payments, announcing that this year it will start supporting select crypto-currencies on its network.
SA-born Elon Musk dislodges Bill Gates as world’s second richest
For the first time, the Bloomberg Billionaires Index ranks the Tesla CEO with a $127.9 billion fortune, above the Microsoft founder ($127.7 billion).
SpaceX launches astronauts into space in historic flight
Astronauts are en route to the International Space Station following a successful launch on the first NASA-certified commercial human spacecraft system in history.
Twitter lambasted for lax security after ‘embarrassing’ hack
The social media platform lacked adequate cyber security protections and, at the time of the attack, did not have a chief information security officer, says a report.
High-profile Twitter accounts hijacked in crypto scam
A coordinated social engineering attack targets top users like Joe Biden, Elon Musk, Barack Obama and Kim Kardashian, among others.
SpaceX Crew Dragon successfully docks at space station
The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying NASA astronauts – Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley – successfully docks at the International Space Station.
Amazon, Microsoft, Zoom, Tesla billionaires see wealth surge
Technology billionaires Jeff Bezos, Eric Yuan, Elon Musk and Steve Ballmer see their net worth grow by over $1 billion each during the COVID-19 crisis.
SpaceX to take tourists to space in 2021
The company signs a contract with Axiom Space to take tourists and others to the International Space Station next year.
Jack Dorsey’s future at Twitter in limbo
Elliott Management, which owns about $1 billion in Twitter stock, believes CEO Jack Dorsey has failed to take the social media company to greater heights.