Twitter Gains Approval to Enable Crypto Payments as OpenAI Launches ChatGPT Enterprise with Improved Security Features


Tech Updates: OpenAI Introduces ChatGPT Enterprise and Other News

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OpenAI has released a commercial version of their widely praised ChatGPT AI technology, designed for businesses. ChatGPT Enterprise promises enhanced security and privacy features, building on the knowledge gained from earlier versions which have seen a decrease in user engagement.

T-Mobile recently announced plans to cut 5,000 jobs within the next five weeks, primarily affecting corporate and back-office positions that are deemed “duplicative” and reducing the middle-management layers. Employees who deal with customers on a daily basis will be unaffected.

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X (formerly Twitter) has recently been granted a license by the Rhode Island Currency Transmitter, allowing them to offer Bitcoin trading and payment services in the US. This serves as a major step in X’s mission to become a “cryptocurrency-friendly” platform, and they have already implemented features such as NFTs and a Bitcoin tipping option.

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