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    1. New Denver health-tech hub plans to ‘write the future of health care’

      New Denver health-tech hub plans to ‘write the future of health care’

      While construction workers are still busy preparing tenant spaces, Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation, a health-tech incubator that aims to solve some of the industry’s biggest challenges, is officially open. At its location on the west side of Brighton Boulevard between 35th and 36th streets, some of the earliest tenants to sign lease agreements have finished their spaces inside the building and are ready to get to work.

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    2. Gusto hiring up to 100 in Denver, growing office faster than San Francisco HQ

      Gusto hiring up to 100 in Denver, growing office faster than San Francisco HQ

      Gusto, a company that offers cloud-based payroll and HR resources for small businesses, is planning to hire as many as 100 employees in Denver by the end of the year. “For context, we currently have more than half of our employees in Denver,” Gusto spokesperson Rick Chen said in an email. “Our Denver office is growing faster than San Francisco, and to support that growth, we are also expanding our office space downtown.”

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    3. Denver data center developer completes $38M D.C.-area land deal

      Denver data center developer completes $38M D.C.-area land deal

      Add Cologix Inc. to the list of data center developers in Loudoun County in northern Virginia. The Denver company is planning to construct three data centers totaling nearly 1 million square feet across 22.6 acres at Beaumeade Corporate Park in Ashburn. The company bought the site for $38 million, or $1.68 million per acre, from the Christian Fellowship Church in late July.

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    4. Is downtown becoming Denver's new tech hub?

      Is downtown becoming Denver's new tech hub?

      Denver's tech scene is growing up and moving up. Downtown high-rises built in the late '70s and early '80s are seeing new energy as tech tenants plant their flags in or near the city's Central Business District. The movement has been driven by tech companies that may historically have favored LoDo (Lower Downtown) and the Central Platte Valley, in smaller scale buildings with fewer tenants but hip spaces. 

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    5. Amazon could release another HQ2 short list this month, report says

      Amazon could release another HQ2 short list this month, report says

      We could get another short list ahead of Amazon.com Inc. selecting a location for its second headquarters. According to The New York Times, there is “widespread speculation” Amazon could cut down its 20-city short list for its second headquarters as soon as this month. The company would then ask for “best-and-final offers” from the remaining cities, according to the report. Amazon has promised up to 50,000 jobs and a $5 billion construction investment for the winning city.

       

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    6. Jared Polis talks up Colorado blockchain opportunities at Boulder conference

      Jared Polis talks up Colorado blockchain opportunities at Boulder conference

      Jared Polis spoke at the first-ever DISCON blockchain conference in Boulder on Saturday. Polis officially appeared at the event in his capacity as a congressman, not as the Democratic gubernatorial candidate, so he focused his remarks on his efforts as a congressman to fairly regulate  blockchain.

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    7. Colorado blockchain, cryptocurrency startup secures $10 million in funding

      Colorado blockchain, cryptocurrency startup secures $10 million in funding

      Radar Relay, a blockchain-based wallet-to-wallet cryptocurrency trading platform, has secured $10 million in Series A funding, it announced Wednesday. The Colorado-based company is on something of a roll. In May, Radar Relay became the first blockchain-based and cryptocurrency-related company to receive funding from the state of Colorado through the Advanced Industry Accelerator Program.

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    8. Judge rules health-care cryptocurrency is Colorado securities offering, cease and desist order issued

      Judge rules health-care cryptocurrency is Colorado securities offering, cease and desist order issued

      Colorado Securities Commissioner Gerald Rome has issued a cease and desist order against the Florida-based cryptocurrency firm Linda Healthcare Corporation and its founder Arturo Devesa, a Colorado Division of Securities release said Monday. The order came after Colorado Administrative Law Judge Matthew Norwood ruled on July 6 that Linda Healthcare Corporation’s initial coin offering, commonly referred to as an ICO, constituted a securities offering.

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    9. Denver businesses thrive when fostering a culture of innovation

      Denver businesses thrive when fostering a culture of innovation

      Innovation is reshaping Denver. You see it in the city’s expanding ecosystem of tech startups, proliferation of co-working space, and new state-of-the-art buildings shooting up across the skyline. Recently at an event hosted by Greenberg Traurig, LLP and the Denver Business Journal, prominent Denver-based innovators had the opportunity to discuss innovation and disruption in the Denver business community. 

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    10. Denver breaks into top 10 in list of North America's top tech talent cities

      Denver breaks into top 10 in list of North America's top tech talent cities

      For the first time, Denver has broken into the top 10 on a list of North America's top tech cities. The "Scoring Tech Talent in North America" list has been created by real estate giant CBRE for the past six years and ranks 50 North American cities on criteria such tech talent supply, growth, concentration, cost, completed tech degrees and the outlook for office and apartment rent cost growth. 

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    11. E-scooters, bikes should be back in Denver by Friday

      E-scooters, bikes should be back in Denver by Friday

      Dockless scooters left Denver almost as quickly as they invaded it. Now, after two months of back-and-forth between the city and the private companies that own them, they’re set to make a comeback. Tuesday morning, Denver Public Works presented its pilot program to City Council, which outlines a way to manage dockless modes of transportation. According to the latest information from the city, electronic scooters and electronic bikes are expected to hit the streets again by the end of this week.

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