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Why blockchain should change the way you look at property investment

SPONSORED: Presented by treehouse  Disruption is a word that gets bandied about a lot, especially in the tech scene. Add ‘blockchain’ and the hype reaches cosmic proportions. Is it justified, though? In a word — yes. Since the invention of blockchain in 2008, technologists have been exploring how th…

In the age of personalization, how personal is too personal?

SPONSORED: Presented by Marketo Like two locomotives rapidly converging on the same track, marketing personalization and personal privacy seem bound for a collision. Can we avoid the train wreck, or are CEOs going to continue responding to legislators’ questions a la Mark Zuckerberg and the U.S. Sen…

VentureBeat is looking for a transformative tech reporter

VentureBeat has a job opening for an experienced reporter with experience covering tech news via a wide variety of story types, including breaking news, analysis, and features. We’re looking for a person in the Bay Area, but are also open to applications from people in other North American timezones…

Heartland Tech Weekly: Go east, young startups

Included in this week’s “Beyond VB” section is a story from Mercury News about how startups are looking beyond Silicon Valley for talent. The two places the startups quoted in the piece are heading to? Portland, Oregon, and Boise, Idaho. In a similar piece I wrote for VentureBeat back in November, I…

Indianapolis’ DemandJump raises $6 million for its cross-channel customer acquisition platform

DemandJump, an Indianapolis-based startup that helps companies map their online traffic sources, announced today that it has raised a $6 million series A. Investors include Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, Austin’s Flyover Capital, and Chicago’s Hyde Park Venture Partners. Founded in 2015, D…

Why survival sim Frostpunk is eerily relevant

SPONSORED: Presented by Intel Six days. That’s how long I survived Frostpunk’s harsh world until the people overthrew me. Eliminating homelessness and mining coal for our massive heat-emitting generator only got me so far — my citizens were overworked, sick, and out of food. The early press demo I t…
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