DawentsIT: All Things Technology This Friday-

DawentsIT: All Things in Technology news you need to know this Friday-

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1.Bitcoin bull Mike Novogratz says Elon Musk’s tweets don’t help crypto — he just likes the attention.Musk’s crypto-themed Twitter outbursts aren’t good for other investors, Novogratz said.
2.Elon Musk’s last remaining home is listed on Zillow for $37.5 million.The 16,000-square-foot mansion — which he’s selling to help fund a Mars colony — sits on 47 acres and has a pool, hiking trails, and space for 11 cars.
3.Google Health is undergoing a major reorganization.The division is downsizing its health team and moving employees to Fitbit — yet another growing pain for a tech company that’s still finding its voice in healthcare.
4.Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella is now also the company’s chair.His new position makes him the first person since Bill Gates to hold both roles at the same time.
5.WeWork’s cofounder is reportedly spending $44 million on two Miami Beach properties.Adam Neumann’s purchase comes just months after he sold his compound in San Francisco’s Bay Area.
6.We compiled seven pitch decks that fintechs used to raise millions.These hot new startups are looking to disrupt banking, wealth management, and credit scores.
7.Airbnb faces thousands of sexual-assault claims every year, but manages to keep many out of the public eye.Payouts, arbitration, and NDAs have helped Airbnb avoid scrutiny on safety issues, according to a report by Bloomberg.
8.OnlyFans is plotting to move away from adult content and become more mainstream.The adult-entertainment site is also reportedly in talks to raise new funding at a valuation above $1 billion.
9.A new website is asking people to rank the sexiest venture capitalists alive.So far, the website has logged about 5,000 page views and 50,000 votes, including from Seven Seven Six founder Alexis Ohanian.
10.Blade, the Uber for helicopters and chartered jets, had a fake spokesperson for three years.CEO Rob Wiesenthal admitted Blade created a fake communications director to interact with reporters and author the company’s newsletter.

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