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1. The value of Dogecoin took a big dive after Elon Musk called it a "hustle" on Saturday Night Live. Trading platform Robinhood experienced issues after the sudden drop in Dogecoin's value. Read about it here.
2. Homeowners who got hit with a massive price hike for Tesla's Solar Roof are suing the company. The lawsuit was filed in Pennsylvania after homeowners Philip Dahlin and Mary Arndtsen were told Tesla was increasing the price of their Solar Roof contract by $32,000. Here's what they told Insider about why they decided to take legal action.
3. This developer sold his company to $95 billion Stripe - after his first four companies failed. Courtland Allen, a Y Combinator alum, tells us how Stripe acquired his community Indie Hackers eight months after it went live. Here's his advice for startup founders.
4. NASA's Perseverance rover recorded the hum of the Ingenuity helicopter flying on Mars. For the first time, you can hear the sound of controlled flight on another planet. Listen here.
5. Bitcoin is becoming an increasingly popular payment option. More companies, including Paypal and Xbox, are accepting Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as payment - while others are still weighing their options. A look at the companies that accept cryptocurrency.
6. Elon Musk said SpaceX wants to blast its Starship rocket into the sky again soon. SpaceX has launched five Starships in five months - and the latest version is the only one to not explode. SpaceX is now one step closer to creating a fully reusable rocket.
7. LinkedIn convos have nearly doubled since January. An expert said this may mean professionals are considering a job switch. What the rise in LinkedIn usage says about a shift in priorities.
8. Lance Bass regrets not listening to Britney Spears about investing in Uber. Spears, Beyoncé, and Leonardo DiCaprio are just a few of many Hollywood A-listers to invest in Uber. The NSYNC star opens up about his missed opportunity.
9. Yahoo's decades-long decline is a case study in wasted opportunities, hubris and lack of clarity. In his latest column, Adam Lashinsky looks at why the next chapter for Yahoo may not be glamorous. Here's the final lesson Yahoo's decline taught us about the internet.
10. It's been two weeks since Apple rolled out its new iPhone privacy changes - and already chaos has ensued for advertisers and developers. Mobile ad experts said opt-in rates so far have been low and ad prices have dipped. Execs are bracing for further impact.
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