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Bitcoin is the Internet’s Only Money, Jack Dorsey Says

Block CFO Amrita Ahuja said Block is not just a payment company as much as Amazon is no longer just an online bookstore. On Block’s Investor Day, the outspoken CEO Jack Dorsey revealed his ambition of expanding the payment company into a digital giant with footprints across multiple dimensions and reiterated its unshaken faith in the future of blockchain technology and Bitcoin. He argued that BTC is the only candidate for the money of the Internet.
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Jack Dorsey affirms Block's bitcoin future and Do Kwon proposes Terra blockchain split: CNBC Crypto World

CNBC Crypto World features the latest news and daily trading updates from the digital currency markets and provides viewers with a look at what's ahead with high-profile interviews, explainers, and unique stories from the ever-changing crypto industry. On today's show, Kate Rooney reports from the 2022 Permissionless conference in West Palm Beach, Florida, where she discusses the rise and fall of Terra with industry experts. Plus, Block holds its first investor day since 2017.
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Jack Dorsey: ‘Block Inc is no longer just a payments company’

Block Inc held its first investor day since 2017 on Wednesday. Executives wants the company to be valued as an "ecosystem". Shares of Block Inc are now down roughly 50% year-to-date. Block Inc (NYSE: SQ) should be valued as an “ecosystem” and not just a pure-play payments company, says Jack...
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Jack Dorsey says he’ll never be the CEO of Twitter again

Jack Dorsey is trying to squash rumors that he’ll be reinstated as Twitter’s CEO once Elon Musk takes charge. On Wednesday he tweeted “nah I’ll never be CEO again” in response to someone predicting he would be returning to lead the company he co-founded, before going on to say that he doesn’t want the role.
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Jack Dorsey says no plans to head Twitter again

(Reuters) - Twitter Inc co-founder Jack Dorsey said on Wednesday that he was not keen to retake the helm of the social media company, hinting at his limited involvement if Elon Musk manages to successfully close the takeover deal. Dorsey, who currently heads payments firm Block Inc, owns a 2.4%...
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Jack Dorsey won’t help Elon Musk run Twitter: ‘Nah, I’ll never be CEO again’

Jack Dorsey is shutting the door on the possibility that he will return as CEO of Twitter once Tesla boss Elon Musk completes his $44 billion takeover. “Nah, I’ll never be CEO again,” Dorsey tweeted on Wednesday in response to a comment from YouTuber Charles Wieand, who predicted that Musk would “just ask @jack to be CEO of Twitter.” Other Twitter users lobbied Dorsey, a co-founder of the social-networking giant whose has expressed his support for Musk’s acquisition of the company, to reconsider, but the eccentric executive replied: “Nah, it’s time to roll the dice again.” When a Twitter user asked Dorsey who...
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Jack Dorsey says he will never be CEO of Twitter again even after Elon Musk completes his purchase of the social media platform for $44bn.The entrepreneur took to Twitter on Wednesday to say “nah I’ll never be CEO again” when someone predicted that he could be tempted back by Mr Musk.The Tesla boss is set to take ownership of ther San Francisco-based company later this year after its board accepted his $54.20 per share cash offer for it last month.When someone else asked who should be CEO of the company, Mr Dorsey added “no one ultimately.”Mr Dorsey co-founded...
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Jack Dorsey on Twitter: 'I'll Never Be CEO Again'

Jack Dorsey has no intention of returning to his former role as Twitter CEO once Elon Musk gains control of the social network. "I'll never be CEO again" Dorsey tweeted on Wednesday(Opens in a new window), responding to a tweet by Charles Wiand predicting Musk will "eventually just ask" Dorsey to take on the role again.
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