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🚀 AI Company Recogni Ventures into New Territory
American company Recogni, renowned for developing technologies for autonomous vehicles, has raised $102 million in funding to venture into the creation of chips for generative AI. The investment round featured contributions from entities such as Celesta Capital, HSBC Holdings, and business figures from Saudi Arabia — Tasaru Mobility Investments.
⚡ Sam Altman Aims to Raise Up to $7 Trillion for AI Chips
📣 Thailand Eases Up on Crypto Rules
🌋 Crypto Legalization: A Pivotal Step in Ukraine's Advancement
🔥 OpenAI Generates Over $2B in Annual Revenue
OpenAI, a leading developer in artificial intelligence, achieved an annual revenue exceeding $2 billion, driven by the immense popularity of its ChatGPT application. This achievement positions the tech startup as one of the fastest-growing companies ever. Some Microsoft investors are optimistic, forecasting that revenues could double by the end of 2025 due to strong business demand.
📣 SEC to Advise South Korean Regulators
The Financial Supervisory Service of South Korea (FSS) intends to meet with business representatives and the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to gather detailed information about Bitcoin ETFs. These plans were announced by the FSS Governor, Lee Bok-hyun, during a presentation in Seoul outlining his action plan for the near future.
Ryan Salame Pleads Guilty in FTX Case
In a recent courtroom confession, Ryan has agreed to pay a $6 million fine to the US government, reimburse FTX creditors with $5 million, and forfeit two Massachusetts properties along with his Porsche. The former FTX executive admitted to illicit campaign financing and running an unlicensed money transfer business. “I made $10 million in political contributions and called them loans, which I never intended to repay,” said Salame. He could face up to 10 years in federal prison.