The spread of COVID-19 around the globe, as well as its influence over all industries including cryptocurrency, has caused its major players to join forces and combat the disease under the #CryptoAgainstCOVID hashtag.
The automotive giant from Detroit, General Motors, has filed a patent for a blockchain-based platform that will be utilized by the company’s self-driving cars. The filing was submitted to the US Patent and Trademark Office on April, 2.
For the past few years, YouTube has had a policy of banning and even deleting channels promoting, analyzing, or talking about bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. While the platform itself states they are trying to protect their users against scams, some community members say it much resembles ordinary censorship.
BMW Group, a popular luxury carmaker, will involve blockchain in its purchasing processes to guarantee the effective traceability of raw materials - from mines to smelters - and other important items. The new platform is expected to be launched at the end of 2020.
Panic and chaos is always an advantage to criminals, making it easier to get away with their illegal activities. However, law enforcement agencies in the USA do their best to deliver the rightful punishment to those who wish to get rich using the situation, and the effectiveness of their work grows even faster than the crime rate.
Opera, the world's first browser to launch distributed ledger technology (DLT)-based Web 3 capabilities plus a built-in digital currency wallet for its mobile and computer customers, has declared that it will add more new blockchain features.