Google is cutting in half the fee it charges developers that sell digital subscriptions through its Google Play app store, as it and Apple face regulatory and legal pressure for their dominance in app marketplaces. The service fee currently drops from 30% to 15% after a year of a customer’s recurring subscription. Earlier this year, Google said it would cut its app store fee to 15% on the...
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Kickstarter’s planned transition to a blockchain-based platform next year further highlights the growing intersection of crypto and crowdfunding. The crowdfunding site plans to make the switch next year, according to Bloomberg. But that may not be soon enough to compete with blockchain-based groups called decentralized autonomous organizations, or DAOs, which are capturing VC interest and...
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