Hello and welcome to the Daily Crunch for June 23, 2021 the value of the leading top cryptocurrencies has returned somewhat over the past few days. Congratulations to the hodlrs there. If you’re a comedian, don’t worry; Shares have also risen. If you want more on this topic, the TechCrunch crew held a Twitter space in the current crypto state, now, the news.
- Tech’s Cultural Discussion Continues: If you follow the technology industry, you’ve seen the news of its evolving cultural discourse. From banning public culture memos from “politics” to privatized private massives that have become public, there is a lot going on both startups and government agencies. A new document from the Adtech sector has taken a clear position, not in favor of moving away from controversial issues in the wider conversation, Natasha wrote for the site. We will not look into the matter in the last memo.
- Robotaxis is coming (slowly): Waimo, the alphabet’s self-driving unit, has been busy lately, but it’s not the only company on the market to make headlines, according to rating TechCrunch. The company is now valued at $3.3 billion. Let’s hope that all the capital and activities in this particular market are effective when the rubber hit the road.
- Soon, even regular people can take autonomous action: prefer the idea of self-propelled cars, but one of the top private players in the industry doesn’t have $100 million dollars or more? Good news! Since the self-driving truck company is run publicly through Espack, you can soon put your $100 in Embark. You are welcome for this PSA.
- DRATA raises $25 million to reduce security: If you run an organization, you have to work with security compliance. Drata wants to make SOC2 protection easier to secure. That way, you won’t lose any contracts due to the lack of a consent certificate at the start, a situation that will get you “Drata!” Can forget to say!
- The exit market for growth-focused startups is still hot: this is the lesson of recent IPO filing in the tech space. This is good news if you are an investor or startup worker. If you want to become a wealthy technician and buy smaller companies, the news is less good because you will probably have to pay a big premium to start a snag.