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Ok — now with holiday formalities out of the way, let's talk about.....
Yup — blockchain.
Blockchain for dinner
Blockchain technology could transform the way you buy your groceries, with giants like IBM and Walmart to smaller CPG startups leveraging blockchain to improve safety and transparency in the food supply chain.
While my startup is burning to the ground, I'm on vacation
Earlier this week, the Twitter outrage mafia went full-blown crazy about this tweet from Nathan Hubbard.
So we are in that part of the cycle, eh?
Where life has been so good for so long that if someone advocates for working hard, we now get outraged. Nice.
If you are outraged by any of the above, please don't email me. You are, however, welcome to respond to Nathan's tweet.
We just put together our periodic table of early-stage cybersecurity, highlighting 150 notable startups and investors in the space. These key players are active across 15+ sectors, from cloud security, to threat intelligence, to automotive cybersecurity, and more.
We took a look at some of the most important tech trends shaping the future of farming and agriculture, from investment trends to where major corporates are making moves in the space.
CB Insights data is the most trusted by those in the industry and the media. A few recent hits.
CNBC. Anita Balakrishnana (@MsABalakrishnana) writes about Magic Leap's first product and cites CB Insights unicorn data.
Financial Times. Hannah Kuchler (@hannahkuchler) on big tech's Silicon Valley bubble, with a reference to CB Insights VC funding data.
Wired. Erin Griffith (@eringriffith) predicts where VCs will invest in 2018 and quotes CB Insights CEO Anand Sanwal (@asanwal).
Bloomberg. Dina Bass (@dinabass) writes about startup Docker Inc's plans to compete with Google and cites CB Insights funding data.
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