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Last week was a hell week in startup news, and Henry He wrote a particularly good summary of everything that happened, including Elon Musk’s Twitter purchase, Meta issues, and a minute of silence for self-driving cars. – Christine And the pilgrim

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  • chonk jumper go yeeee: While we’re all preoccupied with Elon Musk’s other pet project, SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy rocket for the first time three years ago. the song He has more.
  • Swipe right for utter chaos: Bug or not, Instagram has a few things to do. A number of users woke up this morning to suspended accounts. we adore ayishahThe headline, “Instagram gives Twitter a run for its money as the most messy social network today.” We agree.
  • circle of friendsEgypt’s Fintech Money Fellows Program Receives $31 Million in New Funding for, What Crown He describes it as “digitizing the money circles,” a place where people save and borrow together as a group.

Startups and VC

Politician turned venture capitalist Bradley Tusk recently spoke at a TechCrunch Live event about how startups approach regulation, in a session titled “How to Launch a Startup in a Regulated Market.” Evan Vandenberg, Dibbs CEO and co-founder, joined Tusk in the conversation. The event is embedded here and is free And it’s worth watching.

Invygo, a startup that operates in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, has It raised $10 million in Series A funding It is working to expand the car rental service in the region. The Middle East-based startup has raised $14.3 million so far, Evan reports.

And as always, there are a few more stories. Only 4 this time – there were 5, but then the PR person decided to transfer the ban to an already published story, and Hajj became angry about it.

6 reasons why you should not join an accelerator

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As a Startup Pipeline Manager at Techstars, Saba Karim devotes much of his time to promoting the many ways entrepreneurs can benefit by joining a business accelerator.

But is this the right choice for every founder?

“Keep in mind that financing will solve your money problems, but it won’t solve everything else,” he says. “You still need to figure out how to acquire customers, find the best talent, build an amazing product, put together a great advisory board and get the right product for the market.”

Three more from the TC+ team:

Tech Crunch + It is our membership program that helps founders and startup teams move forward with the package. You can register here. Use code “DC” to get 15% off annual subscription!

Big Tech Inc.

Daryl Writing that Mark Zuckerberg should give up all this hesitant nonsense and “Create a new TwitterIt makes us want to respond with ‘Bite your tongue! But really, as he put it, “cloning the features of its competitors” is a good thing in Meta, plus it also has the best chance of replicating its user base and financial value. Zuck is unlikely to take the bait, but never say never.

It really is the world of Twitter, and we live in it. First, Devin wrote it Elon Musk just dissolved Twitter’s board of directors, making him now sole proprietor; and then rune continue with What Brett Taylor, Co-CEO of Salesforce Can Do Now it’s not on the board. Sarah Reports on Twitter Blue ProblemsThat is, the subscription service looks blue because it does not bring more green. while, Amanda write about it What happens if Twitter starts charging for that little blue mark, and Natasha L Reports suggest that Musk might try it Refine. during the Weekend, Rebecca wrote about layoffs In the company.

Don’t worry, there was plenty of other news:

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