Let's say you run Line. Your messaging service, plus other forays like smart speakers and music, aren't enough to avoid substantial losses. What do you do to turn things around? If you ask the company, finance is the answer. Line has created a new financial company that will offer cryptocurrency trading on top of staples like insurance and loans. It's not saying what currencies will trade or when the virtual money service will be an option, but it plans to make all the services available within the Line chat app.
Line Corporation, the company behind Asia’s popular chat app Line, revealed that it plans to offer three new services for its users: video calls, shopping, and music. According to Line... Keep reading ?
Following its foray into mobile payments, and details of its plans to enter the music-streaming fraternity, messaging app Line has now launched its Uber-style taxi service in Tokyo.
Messaging your friends is passé — try messaging your smart home appliances instead. Korean firm LG announced today that it is tapping Japanese messaging service Line to let users chat with... Keep reading ?
It turns out that not every cryptocurrency campaign is designed to steal money. In an effort to raise funds for victims in war-torn Syria, UNICEF is now putting solidarity on the blockchain – and it is asking gamers to lend their po...