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Buenos Aires has renewed its push to shut down Uber operations in the city, attempting to legally prosecute its local leadership and ban its app from use.
Uber recently announced customer location data collection for the duration of rides, and New York City has already demanded access to that data.
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Uber, a US$68 billion transportation network and technology company, launched its signature debit card network in Latin America, in cooperation with fintech bank Bankaool.
Ridesharing giant Uber is bleeding money to the tune of $1.27 billion in the first six months of 2016 because of driver subsidies meant to keep fares low.
Despite being banned from using card payment services, Uber is still fighting the good fight in Argentina, in part thanks to using Bitcoin debit cards that can’t be shut down.
The Argentinian government blocked credit card companies from dealing with Uber, causing the ridesharing company’s national branch to use Bitcoin instead.
Gencapp, the world’s first geo-commerce platform, designed to include the decentralized internet of things, today announces the pre-release of its Driver App.
New “Uber killer” ridesharing company Arcade City won first place at the GTEC Awards in Berlin, and with it a prize of 20,000 euros.
Government regulations have forced Uber and Lyft out of Austin, Texas, but decentralized ridesharing service Arcade City is rushing into the city to fill the void.
Can Blockchain break Facebook, Uber, Airbnb, eBay and the like? The answer we want to give for the currently discussed Blockchain interpretation is ‘so far, no’ – contrary to common opinion.
Luis Fernando Molina, the chief executive and founder of Fermat.org, has released a whitepaper on the “Internet of People”. The concept offers an alternative way for content creators to stay in control of their work.
Arcade City, a new ride-sharing service and touted “Uber killer”, recently began incorporating Ethereum to power its platform.
Don Tapscott, explains how the Blockchain could replace services like Uber and Airbnb.
Interview with Christopher David of Arcade City on building a decentralized, peer-to-peer ride-sharing service.
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