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Creditas buys a bank in Brazil to unlock new funding sources

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Japanese software firm, Line Corporation, to launch NFT marketplace next month

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Japanese software firm, Line Corporation, has announced that it will be launching its non-fungible…

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Japanese Software Giant Line to Launch NFT Marketplace Soon

When NFT Meets DeFi: Doors of Monetization Open for NFT Owners

The Japanese messaging application, LINE Corporation announced on Twitter the launch of a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace by April 13, 2022. The software giant has decided to dedicate a venture to developing and expanding the global NFT ecosystem, called LINE NEXT. #LINENEXT is launching a series of global #NFT partnerships, teaming with leading gaming, entertainment, art and service companies. The partnerships will develop NFTs based on famous IP and artists on #LINE NEXT's #globalNFT platform #DOSI. Learn more:https://t.co/l0k5UmUyVo pic.twitter.com/kAN2E8Yw4b — LINE Global (@LINE_Global) March 16, 2022 Multiple Partnerships to Create NFT Earlier this month, LINE NEXT announced the formation of 26 partnerships with a range of leading companies on their official website. The partnership involves SoftBank, NAVER, LINE Taiwan Ltd., NAVER Z, Crypto.com, CJ ENM, YG PLUS, Hashed, SHINSEGAE, AI Network, J&John, Mythical Games, WOW POINT, LINE Games, and many more.  The CEO of LINE NEXT, Youngsu Ko stated that the combination of LINE’s infrastructure and blockchain will create a quality NFT ecosystem.  “These partnerships are the start of many more to come in accelerating the global NFT ecosystem.” Objective and Strategy of LINE NEXT The many partnerships of LINE NEXT aim to create NFTs on the basis of popular content, iconic work of renowned artists, entertainment, webtoons, art, gaming, etc. LINE NEXT aims to expand the NFT ecosystem and establish the NFT value chain, globally. The corporation enables users to purchase and sell NFTs with family payment modes.  Alongside minting NFT collectibles, LINE NEXT plans to build marketplaces and support trading through their upcoming global NFT platform, DOSI. The NFT platform aims to support companies and creators alike in creating marketplaces, communities, and ecosystems to purchase and trade NFTs. 

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Toyota Latest to Begin Real-World AV Testing in U.S.

Toyota is partnering with Aurora Innovation to begin testing autonomous vehicles on U.S. roads, running a shuttle that includes trips to or from the airport. The service comes as other companies, such as Waymo, Cruise and others are in the midst of extensive studies underway. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.
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Alphabet Spins Out Quantum Company

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Bear Robotics Raises $81M to Fund Robo-Food Servers

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OneWeb signs with SpaceX to resume launching internet constellation

OneWeb said Monday it has reached an agreement with SpaceX to resume launching the company's satellite internet constellation later this year, just 18 days after suspending launches on Russian Soyuz rockets.

GM Ups Its Stake in Cruise

The company is set to acquire SoftBank Vision Fund’s Stake in Cruise for $2.1 billion

Top 10 Fintech News Stories for the Week Ending March 19, 2022

Lots of crypto news this past week with a big round from ConsenSys, a big vote in the EU and everyone wonders what Apple will do with crypto.

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GM Buying Out SoftBank’s Stake in Cruise for $2.1B

General Motors is upping its stake in its autonomous driving unit Cruise, the Detroit automaker buying out an equity stake held by Japanese investment management fund SoftBank for $2.1 billion. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.
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