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Twitch has long since allowed its streamers to generate revenue from their channels through things like subscriptions, virtual tipping, and game sales.
What if you could digitally sculpt a 3D object and share it on Facebook, play with it in virtual reality, or insert it into your world with augmented reality?
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre and Alexis Christoforous break down the latest market action.
Sprint Corp. made a public offering of $1 billion in debt. Sprint (NYSE: S) stated it plans to use the proceeds for "general corporate purposes," which could include network expansion and improvements, working capital requirements or debt repayment. As of Dec. 31, Sprint reported total debt of $36.9 billion.
Snap stock was down as a petition expressing dislike for a major redesign of the social media app Snapchat passed one million signatures.
Facebook's stock hasn't made headway vs. the S&P 500 index for months and lagged this week, stuck below its 50-day. Apple showed similar action until 2 weeks ago.
GE's divestiture of the unit, which makes the Jenbacher and Waukesha gas engines, would help management deliver on its promise to right-size its core but struggling power division.
Nvidia (NVDA) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) could both conceivably lose some sales of graphics processing units, or GPUs, used to participate in crypto-currencies, if startup Bitmain Technologies were to make a chip that steals some of the functionality of GPUs, accordion to a report from RBC Capital’s Mitch Steves. Steves, who rates Nvidia shares Outperform, responds to recent rumors that Bitmain is looking to make an application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) chip that "specifically address ‘GPU' based crypto currencies,” including Ether. Chances of such a chip are higher now than a year ago, thanks in part to the dramatic rise in value of Ether: The reason for no specific chip addressing this market in the past was three fold: 1) the market was tiny when Ethereum was at ~$10 to start 2017, ~1% of the size it is today, 2) the memory hard hashing algorithm did not function with current Bitmain products as the DRAM takes the brunt of the hashing power in GPU based coins (Ethereum, Ethereum classic, Monero, Zcash etc) and 3) Proof-of stake was supposed to go online in 1Q18.
GE is starting to look a lot like Boeing did two years ago. It faces real challenges, but too many investors are overlooking its strengths.
Nvidia's rapid rise has come at the same time as a massive surge in the cryptocurrency market, so the fact that the company???s GPUs are often used in the coin mining process makes the whole story even more remarkable.
Facebook and Twitter have already replaced broadcast TV, cable TV, and newspapers for lots of Americans. By becoming trusted news sources, Facebook and Twitter are creating a lot of value for shareholders that the market has not yet recognized.