This publicly-traded Canadian fintech just amplified their Blockchain developments by adding one of the leading global gurus on cryptocurrency to their team: one of Ethereum's co-founders, Anthony Di Iorio.
From Blockchain and Bitcoin to the legalization of marijuana, 2017 was a big year for investors. But get ready because here are the top sectors to invest in for 2018 that could create a whole new generation of millionaires.
NexOptic Technology Corp. engages Synapse Product Development, a leading consumer product development firm, to assist in developing a modern electronic interface, firmware, and specific software architecture for NexOptic's inaugural consumer product; an innovative imaging device intended for the sport optics and outdoor recreation markets designed by NewDealDesign.
Meet the best in the business. His Company has won over 100 awards and was named 2016's Most Innovative Design Company. He was the designer of Fitbit and now he's designing a product with NexOptic Technologies. Here's what it is.
Get ready, because the award winning designers of Fitbit, along with Nexoptic Technology, are about to transform sport optics.
Mogo Finance Technologies adds former PayPal Canada Head, Darrell MacMullin, as an Advisor to support the Company's product expansion efforts, including the upcoming launch of Mogo's recently announced cryptocurrency account, and new strategic partnership opportunities.
Here's a look at why Mackie Research analyst thinks Mogo Finance Technology Inc., one of Canada's leading fintech companies, could double from here, as he raises his target from $9 to $12 per share. Here's a look at the highlights of the analyst upgrade.
Mogo Finance Technology Inc. (TSX: MOGO; OTCQX: MOGOF) announced that it has added dedicated blockchain capabilities to accelerate its plans to integrate Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies into Mogo’s digital account as well as future new products and features based on blockchain technology.
Here’s why we could witness a potential crash in Bitcoin, why bitcoin miners could soon become obsolete, and how governments around the world are about to challenge Bitcoin by launching cryptocurrencies of their own.
NexOptic Technology Corp. (OTCQB: NXOPF) (TSX VENTURE: NXO) (FRANKFURT: E301) (BERLIN: E301) and Spectrum Optix Inc. of Calgary, Canada (are pleased to announce that NexOptic has satisfied all of the cash expenditure requirements under its option to acquire 100% ownership interest of Spectrum and further announces that it intends to exercise its final option and complete the acquisition of Spectrum on or about October 2017.
Drone Delivery Canada (CSE:FLT) (OTCQB: TAKOF) announces the appointment of Mark Wuennenberg to the newly created position of Vice President – Regulatory Affairs as the Company grows its management team in anticipation of obtaining Canadian regulatory approval for drone delivery.
The flying car is right up there with the personal jet pack for cool but unrealized technology. Until recently the dream of a flying car has been nothing more than that; just a dream. Most efforts to actually build one were attempted by overly ambitious crackpots who tinkered with fan jets and rotating wings in their garage. But that has now changed. Big names and big players are investing heavily in the flying car business. Here's a list of them.