Monday, Apr 25th 2022
“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up the people to gather wood, divide the work, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea.” —Reed Hastings
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1) Stripe introduces crypto payouts as cryptocurrency adoption continues to broaden
Titan’s Takeaway: For investors, crypto assets most often garner interest given “store of value” characteristics or portfolio diversification. And while we don’t expect ubiquitous crypto payments in the near term, for the general public these payment use cases make the asset class much less abstract and a positive for overall adoption.
2) Instagram tests new “Templates” feature in Reels as efforts to take on TikTok ramp up
Titan’s Takeaway: As both consumers of Instagram and investors in Meta Platforms, the company’s push towards increasing Reels engagement and creation has been unmissable in the last several months. And when Meta discloses its quarterly earnings this coming week, we expect Reels to be one of the biggest topics of conversation as the company responds to its latest competitive threat.
3) Netflix share decline pressures comp as employees push for extra option grants to offset losses
Titan’s Takeaway: Stock prices can seem random and abstract, but a rise or fall in any company’s share price has an impact on its day-to-day operations. And while management might tell employees not to worry about markets overshooting up or down, there is a direction that share prices can force staff to take a pay cut — and it’s not up.
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