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In today's roundup, FTX customers may be getting their money back, sort of. It's a good week for Big Tech, with Meta paying its first ever dividend and Amazon's revenues soaring. And we bring you an end-of-week roundup of crypto news from Ruby.Exchange.
FTX Creditors May Be "Fully" Refunded
Customers of the bankrupt exchange may receive back all of the money they lost, but there's a catch: Payouts will be in fiat, to the value of their crypto in November 2022, when markets were capitulating.
Meta's Dividend Debut: A Strategic Shift In Tech Investment
Meta introduces a dividend, paying $86 billion to shareholders with a $50 billion buyback. This strategic move aims to bolster confidence as it navigates challenges in AI and the metaverse, marking a significant shift in tech investment norms.
Amazon Foresees Cloud Expansion As Profits Surge
Amazon reports a 13% increase in AWS sales to $24.2 billion, with forecasts of continued growth into 2024 driven by generative AI. Cost cuts and high-margin ventures like advertising propel profits, as the firm plans increased AI investment.
What Are UTXOs?
Bitcoin and other similar blockchains use the concept of unspent transaction outputs (UTXOs) to track balances. Here's how they work and why it's important.
Fed But Not Up
An end-of-week roundup of the markets and news from the crypto world, courtesy of SKALE project Ruby.Exchange.
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