The main way that Silicon Valley companies keep employees loyal is with stock options. Stick around for a year or two, and you get a small slice of ownership in the company. It’s a good incentive for workers to do their bit to increase the company’s value. It doesn’t really work that way in most other jobs though, especially if you’re not an office worker. No matter how many burgers you flip or skim-milk lattes you…"This pizza CEO has a crazy plan to create a Bitcoin-like currency to share the wealth with workers"
The price of bitcoin has been on a tear over the last year, but the number of top merchants who accept the cryptocurrency as a form of payment has retreated. That’s puzzling to Jonathan Johnson, the president of Medici Ventures, the venture capital subsidiary of online retailer Overstock. Johnson played an integral role in getting the retailer known for its furniture stock to accept the cryptocurrency. He told Business Insider that Overstock has seen a “modest”…"OVERSTOCK EXEC: ‘It’s crazy that so many retailers don’t accept bitcoin’"