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As India’s e-commerce sector reels, grocery is feeding another frenzy
Despite the many casualties and huge losses, the Indian e-commerce sector is poised for expansion. The Indian online retail market size could grow 2.5 times in the next three years to Rs1.8 lakh crore ($27.9 million), ratings agency Crisil said in a report this week. The growth will largely be spearheaded by the online grocery retail segment. (Fonte: Quartz)

Australia’s Boost Juice gives out Bitcoin in competition
Australian juice chain Boost have launched a competition where customers can win one Bitcoin, if they can correctly guess the price of the cryptocurrency at 12 p.m. the following Monday. (Fonte: Mashable)

Homie raises $4M to help London’s “Generation Rent” find their next property
A nascent proptech startup targeting “Generation Rent” is London-based Homie, which might best be described as a concierge-style service that promises to save Londoner’s time, hassle and money when going in search of their next rental property. Today the company is disclosing that it has raised a further $4 million in Seed funding in a round led by Connect Ventures, with participation from Venture Friends, Seedcamp, and The Family. It brings total funding raised to date by Homie to $6 million since being founded in 2016. (Fonte: TechCrunch)

Malaysian firm adds Islamic certification to cryptocurrency
Malaysia-based firm HelloGold has received a sharia-compliant certification for its gold-backed cryptocurrency and plans to launch its online gold platform in Thailand later this year, the company said. (Fonte: Reuters)