Sports fans all around the world are suffering from the COVID-19 restrictions: the matches are being delayed, the brands stop launching products for the followers, and the team players keep getting sick and skipping meetings with fans.
Air Asia became the first airline to embrace blockchain technology for freight after it yesterday revealed Freightchain, an air cargo booking system that offers instant cargo bookings to shippers and freight forwarders powered by blockchain technology.
Commercial banks in Bangladesh have embraced the Ripple financial solution in a significantly large number. According to Ripple, the solution now enables affordable connection between top global banking institutions.
For over a week now, Bitcoin has been trading above the $9000 level and this has given a lot of optimism to the cryptocurrency community, however, the global stock markets have experienced a shake due to the Coronavirus (CoV) outbreak in Asia. Considering the current Bitcoin consolidation, it is highly anticipated that the BTC/USD price will soon be back to trade at five figures.
As revealed by the National Agency for Project Management, the first cryptocurrency exchange in Asia will soon appear in Uzbekistan. Any firm planning to participate in cryptocurrency exchange operations, is required to be able to operate in line with all the legal demands of the national legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the world of DLT, blockchain, Bitcoin and cryptocurrency.
The oldest cryptocurrency,Bitcoin, spent most of its time tightfitting on the price marks beyond $10,000 but failed to see any significant movement. However, on Monday early morning this week, there has been a massive trading in Asia which has made Bitcoin (BTC/USD) to trade above the $10,640 level, hence, taking its new resistance level.