Ousted former CEO of Overstock, Patrick Byrne, revealed via a regulatory filing on Wednesday that he offloaded his entire holdings in the internet retailer he’s been at the helm for since 1999. Continue reading Overstock Shares Crash as Former CEO Cashes Out – Goes All In on Crypto and Gold
Online retail giant Overstock will become the first major US company to pay part of its 2019 Ohio state business taxes in bitcoin. Overstock — which has a blockchain business division — said the move is part of its ongoing efforts to promote cryptocurrency use. Continue reading Overstock Will Be First Major Company to Pay State Taxes in Bitcoin
Overstock.com, the e-commerce leader that has embraced bitcoin and became the first company to solicit qualified institutional buyers in a digital corporate bond, has announced the subsequent sale period for its tZERO preferred equity tokens. The offering has been extended until 5 p.m. EDT on May 14, 2018. Overstock.com has begun the subsequent sale period for its tokens after raising $100 million in its pre-sale from strategic purchasers at discounted prices. During the subsequent sale period, purchasers will claim rights to acquire tZERO security tokens, pursuant to Simple Agreements for Future Equity (SAFEs), at a fixed price of $10.00 per token, subject to discounts and other concessions. Continue reading Overstock.com Moves Forward With Its Token Sale
Patrick Byrne, the CEO of Overstock, which was the first major retailer to accept Bitcoin (BTC) back in 2014, has said that he is “not really interested in cryptocurrencies per se,” but revealed a little-known Blockchain project his company has invested “millions of dollars” into in an interview with Business Insider Friday, Feb. 23. When asked if he’s interested in “everything cryptocurrency” or “really interested in the Blockchain [sic]”, Byrne prefaced his answer by saying he is “really letting something big out of the bag”, going on to reveal both Overstock’s and his personal interest in a virtually unknown Blockchain project called Ravencoin, which launched very quietly on Jan. 3, 2018. The Ravencoin project’s single blog post, published Nov. 1, 2017, opens with a sentence designed to pique the interest of a Game of Thrones-loving crypto investor.