Jan 22, 2019 at 16:18
2019 World Economic Anxiety to Increase Bitcoin Demand, Price & Adoption
The latest reports show that the year 2019 will see major financial anxiety. For example, the U.S economy is anticipated to slow in 2019 and is likely to face a recession next year. Similarly, China appears to have also registered an economic slow-down within the past few months. We can’t also put aside the brewing trade war between China and U.S.
Dec 30, 2018 at 12:54
The Ultimate Checklist for Improving Your E-Commerce Business
With revenues of more than $2.75 trillion in 2018, the online e-commerce business continues to grow dramatically. Consumers love the low pricing, large selections, and convenience a shopping online. Companies including Amazon, Alibaba, eBay how many others are thriving because the technology that once prohibited this business from being successful, has now been replaced with new technology that supports the goals of e-commerce.
Crypto Market Registers a Swamp of New Investors Amid Meltdown
2018 has unquestionably been one of the more ill periods for digital assets in terms of prices, though it has not been considered indicative with feelings of pessimism and despair because adoption is highly increasing as real usage of digital currencies is on the rise. Over the last month, the Bitcoin (BTC) price deeply plunged and is standing at around $3,400. At press time, other major cryptos such as Ripple (XRP), Ethereum (ETH) and Stellar are trading at $0.304, $90.9 and $0.1115 respectively.
Thailand Shows Crypto Can Win Adoption Amidst Junta Government
The whole of last week wasn't good for the crypto industry globally, and now a sparkle of optimism has come from Thailand, a country in southeastern Asia. Of recent, the country set rules and regulations to make the industry flourish. Most Thailand (Thai) citizens have not been familiar with digital currencies despite being a great player in the crypto sector, to the extent of calling in foreign firms and investments. Thai's cryptocurrency trade volume is by far higher than larger economies such as Argentina and Turkey.