A recently published report by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) for Defense & Security Studies, shows how DPRK - Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) wants to exploit Bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies, especially in Southeast Asia, so as to bypass international economic sanctions.
It is now time to silence all those people who were tarnishing the image (and are against the adoption) of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin by claiming that they are being used to fund terrorist activities since a new report by the RAND Corporation has discovered that terrorist organizations are the number one haters of digital currencies. Terrorists prefer cash over anything else.
The U.S-based technology conglomerate Cisco published a report about Blockchain and revealed that the technology has the potential to store more than 10% of the globe’s total gross domestic product (GDP) by the year 2027. Blockchain will help in enhancing the internet of things, smart cities, and supply chain solutions.
According to a new report by Delphi Digital, a cryptocurrency research & consulting company, dubbed “Entering the Ethereum: Long-Term Value Potential and Analysis,” some of the latent technical risks experienced by the smart-contracting platform are highlighted and concisely analyzed. The technical risks include the size of the blockchain, Infura centralization, cross-shard communications and code vulnerabilities.