Fair Trade

Mohamed Al Banna Joins Rare FND as an Advisor and Co-Founder

Rare FND’s alliance with Mohammed Al Banna will help break new ground and support charitable organisations and start-ups in the UAE Highlights Rare FND provides a new and innovative approach to fundraising, enabling charities and start-ups to bypass traditional intermediaries and raise capital through blockchain technology Mohammed Al Banna a successful entrepreneur with a passion for leveraging emerging technologies to create positive social impact recently joined Rare FND as an advisor Rare FND’s vision to help startups and charities, fits perfectly with Mohammed’s vision and passion for developing innovative ideas

Court rules in Epic Fortnite lawsuit that Apple must allow devs to offer their own in-app purchase methods

A California court ruled today that Apple must permanently allow developers to include third-party in-app purchase methods, such as links to their own websites, on iOS apps as a part of its final decision in the hallmark Epic Games v. Apple court case that was argued in May. U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California judge Yvonne Gonzalez-Rogers issued a 185-page permanent injunction today, explaining her ruling and thoughts on the case. She said the court could not rule that Apple is a “monopolist” under state or federal